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Brad “Dammit” Fain, Legado Demo Updates, Celebrity Robots & Mutton Bustin’ | First to Know

Jun 5, 2024 | My Drive

Buckle up and hold on to this F1RST2KNOW– Events, Recreation, Dining, Deals >>>

Guy Roginson and Brad Fain discuss this week’s top events and news stories including Rapid Fire Questions, Phase II Legado Demo, QUEST Grant Through Yavapai College, and Prescott Film Festival

  • Yavapai College Offering Tuition-Free Certification
  • Crowd-Pleasing Mutton Bustin’ Event Returns to the World’s Oldest Rodeo
  • Cowboy Fusion, Celebrity Roberts& Early Beatles on the Silver Screen at Prescott Film Festival
  • Movie in the Park – Trolls Band Together
  • Plant Better Berries and Grapes
  • Art & Wine: A Perfect Pairing
  • Brit Floyd 2024 P-U-L-S-E
  • Prescott Valley Community Market
  • Cast 11

Yavapai College Offering Tuition-Free Certifications

The Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) at Yavapai College is offering a wide range of certificates and support programs through its QUEST grant, tuition-free. The REDC has secured funding to support qualified learners for needs related to travel, technology, childcare, tuition assistance, stipends for internships, and removing other barriers for dislocated workers. For more information on the QUEST Grant visit  YCREDC.COM/Quest-Grant.com or signalsAZ.com 

Crowd-Pleasing Mutton Bustin’ Event Returns to the World’s Oldest Rodeo 

Mutton bustin’ – where rodeo’s youngest cowgirls and cowboys climb aboard and ride rambunctious sheep – is so popular that Prescott Frontier Days is featuring the pre-rodeo event for eight performances at the 137th World’s Oldest Rodeo in 2024. Online entries will open from Monday, June 3rd through Friday, June 21st, 2024. Children between ages 4 and 7 and not exceeding 55 pounds are eligible to ride in the event. The entry fee is $15 and entries are limited to 12 for each performance. For more information visit Worldsoldestrodeo.com/mutton-bustin/

Cowboy Fusion, Celebrity Robots & Early Beatles on the Silver Screen at Prescott Film Festival 

The Prescott Film Festival returns for its 14th Edition July 17th-20th at the Jim and Linda Lee Performing Arts Center on Yavapai College’s Prescott Campus. Tickets are available online or at the Jim & Linda Lee Performing Arts Center Ticket Office. The schedule will be available soon at Prescottfilmfestival.com  

Movies in the Park – Trolls Band Together 

This Friday from 6-9 pm at Memory Park in Chino Valley. This is the first movie of the Movie Night at the Park, Kicking it off with Trolls Band Together. For more information call 928-636-9780 or email recreation@chinoaz.net 

Plant Better Berries and Grapes 

Saturday, June 8th from 9:30 to 10:30 at Watters Garden Center in Prescott Berry, grape, fig, and pomegranate are all covered in this juicy, fast-paced class. You will have bowls of fruit picked fresh from the gardens after this week’s class. For more information visit Wattersgardencenter.com 

Art & Wine: A Perfect Pairing 

Saturday, June 8th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at the Phippen Museum in Prescott  Join Phippen Museum for another memorable afternoon of art and fun with wine and appetizers. In a relaxed, social, group setting you will be guided step-by-step through recreating the month’s featured painting. The cost for Members is $35 non-members $40 and a reservation is required. Must be 21 years old or older to participate. Call Kathy at (928) 778-1385 to make your reservation. 

Brit Floyd 2024 P-U-L-S-E

Sunday, June 9th at 7:30 at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. Brit Floyd P-U-L-S-E is not just a tour; it’s a journey through time, a tribute to the timeless artistry of Pink Floyd. Audiences can expect a breathtaking audiovisual experience that pays homage to the original band’s unique blend of music and visual effects. For more information findlaytoyotacenter.com/events

Prescott Valley Community Market

Sunday, June 9th from 9-2 at the Prescott Valley Town Center, The Community Market comes to life through the small business merchants that are presented every Sunday. The community event is FREE to the public. For more information email prescottvalleycommunitymarket@gmail.com

iDEALios of the Week by AC Medic: $79 AC Check-Up

Cast 11 Podcast Updates 

What to expect at the 2024 World’s Oldest Rodeo | Talkin’ Central Arizona Sports with TD Dunham 

In this episode of “Talkin’ Central Arizona Sports” with Torrence “TD” Dunham, TD talks with Greg Mengarelli, Business Development Manager of the World’s Oldest Rodeo and host of Cast 11’s “Ride with Us,” to preview the 2024 competition and surrounding events.