The Sedona – Verde Valley chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners ninth annual Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards Luncheon is Friday at Poco Diablo Resort.
NAWBO/SVV celebrates the contributions of women business owners in our community as business “Trailblazers,” for their “Community Service,” for founding a “Non-Profit,” for “Community Involvement” and for their “Humanitarian” work, either locally or in the world at large.
Please go to www.NAWBOsvv.org to complete a nomination form or to find more information on purchasing your table, donate a raffle prize, purchase an ad in the program or donate to our scholarship fund.
For more information or with any questions, please contact Patricia Wheat (928) 203-4076 or Pam Bayles (928) 204-3044.
Digital Camera SIG
The Verde Valley Computer Club will hold their Digital Camera Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting Thursday at 6 p.m. Topic will be ‘Transferring Pictures to the Computer.’
Should you need help with your camera bring your questions, camera and manual.
The public is invited to attend this Free meeting. We are Users Helping Users and meet at the Clemenceau Building, Willard Street at Mingus Avenue, Cottonwood. Dave 639-0106
Ed Dowling at Bent River Books
Ed Dowling returns to the Bent River Books & Music stage Saturday night for an evening of Ed’s own brand of ‘organic boogie’ music starting at 6 p.m. Featuring dobro, guitar and banjo Ed will present original music laced with his guitar history commentary that adds another dimension to his performance. Long a staple for Verde Valley music lovers, Ed has been in local bluegrass, blues and folk bands for 30 years but now performs solo acoustic shows. Please join us for a night of great music on a stage designed for listening. All shows at Bent River feature original music by the artists themselves. A $5 donation is suggested, 100 percent of which goes to the musicians.
Bent River Books & Music is at 1010 N. Main, Old Town Cottonwood. Call (928) 634-8332 for more information.