Buckle up and hold on to this My Drive – Prescott Area Weekly Update episode. Watch out for those round-a-bouts! LISTEN IN: >>>
Hosts Elicia Morigeau, Wilson Van Ness and Jessica Molyneux discuss this week’s top news and events. New Law about Red Lights, Essence featured in Americans Best Restaurants, 100 Men Who Care, and ELICIA’s new single DROP!! Taylor Swift’s boyfriend is playing a PURDY Good Quarterback this weekend!
- No change to right turn law in Prescott Valley
- Essence Kitchen & Bar to be featured on America’s Best Restaurants
- The Watering Can Flower Shoppe brings big blooms to a small town
- 100 Men Who Care Event
- Chino Valley Pizza My Heart
- Valentines Arts and Crafts Fair
- Cool Whips Car Show
- Super Bowl Sunday Party at Birdcage Saloon
- Podcast Update
PVPD has been receiving questions from the community about alleged changes to the law regarding right turns. An unknown person posted on social media about a “new law” going into effect on January 1, 2024, prohibiting right turns on a red light. This information has gone viral and confused the community. Unless specifically posted that a right turn is prohibited on a red light, Prescott Valley drivers turning right at a red light are expected to stop at the light, and can then make the turn once it is safe.
A popular and local Chino Valley restaurant is attracting national attention; that local favorite is the Essence Kitchen & Bar. The modern American menu emphasizing local ingredients features salads, small plates, pasta, burgers and sandwiches, and entrees of steak, chicken, and sustainable seafood. America’s Best Restaurants will be filming on location on Wednesday, February 14th from 9 am to noon MST. The press is invited to attend.
If you are looking for a beautiful arrangement from a one-of-a-kind Chino Valley-based business then look no further than The Watering Can Flower Shoppe and Boutique. As the only flower shop in the Town of Chino Valley, The Watering Can provide fresh, floral arrangements for you and your loved ones. They offer delivery to Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, and Paulden area with free delivery offered for those in Paulden and Chino Valley.
Thursday, February 22nd from 6 pm-10 pm at The Point Bar & Lounge. This is to help raise funds for local nonprofits, Good Samaritan Society, House of Hope, and The Susan J Rheem Adult Day Center. To date, 100 Men Who Care have raised over $230,000 to help those in need since starting in 2019. www.100menwhocareyc.com/
Thursday, February 8th from 6 to 10 pm at the Chino Valley Community Center. Join them for snacks, fun, and art at this Children’s winter art class. Children 5 years and older accompanied by an adult. For more information and to RSVP email email@example.com
This Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th from 10 to 3 pm at Homestead apartments. Beautiful hand-crafted items for that special someone. 30 plus vendors all indoors with raffle prizes drawn every hour, Proceeds of the raffle benefit Stepping Stones and God’s World. For more information email Lena Orkin at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Saturday, February 10th From 11 am to 1 pm at Findlay Subaru in Prescott. Everyone is invited, Have a cool car? Bring it to Findlay to our lot to show it off! No registration is required. For More info call 928-771-6901 or email email@example.com
Come out to the Bird Cage Saloon in Prescott for Super Bowl Sunday. Starts at 1 pm. BBQ burgers, hotdogs, and brats. Drinks and prizes. With a 75-inch TV on the stage.
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