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PRESCOTT through AUGUST 4
Paintings and Pots - Performance Hall. Oil paintings and watercolors by Alice Leffingwell and Joanna Hensley. Ceramics by Tom Schumacher. Opening reception June 15, 5:00-7:00pm. 520-776-2031.

SEDONA through AUGUST 26
SAC Member Show - Sedona Arts Center. Showcasing member artists, unique art, reasonably priced. 520-282-3809.

PRESCOTT through NOVEMBER 4
Phippen Museum's Permanent Collection - Phippen Museum. For the first time in more than five years, the permanent collection, including recent acquisitions will be exhibited. $2-3. Wed-Sat 10:00am-4:00pm, Sun 1-4:00pm. 520-778-1385.

PRESCOTT AUGUST 3-SEPTEMBER 2
Local Color XI - Prescott Fine Arts Association. Regional artists showcase their talents, representing various styles and media. FREE. Wed-Sat 11:00am-4:00pm. Sun noon-4:00pm. 520-445-3286.

PRESCOTT AUGUST 4
Zoo by Moonlight - Heritage Park Zoo. Bring a flashlight. 8:00pm. $2. 520-778-4242.

PRESCOTT AUGUST 5
Summer Pops Symphony Concert - Yavapai College Performance Hall. Local/regional semi-professional musicians. Music includes popular classics, T.V and movie favorites. Region's finest soloists. $7.50. 18 and under FREE. 520-776-2033.

PRESCOTT AUGUST 10-11
Summer's Renaissance Dinner - Prescott Resort. 520-776-2025.

PRESCOTT AUGUST 10-SEPTEMBER 15
Out There: Three Photographers Focus on Nature. Performance Hall. Color and black-and-white photography by James Cowlin, David Dvorak, and Charles Nedgcock. 520-776-2031.

PRESCOTT AUGUST 16-19
14th Annual Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering - Sharlot Hall Museum. From all over the west working cowboys who compose, recite and sing poetry about their lives and work. Old-time singing, song writing, cowboy yodeling, traditional and contemporary cowboy poetry. Daytime sessions are FREE, evening shows are $10-11. 520-445-3122.

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SEDONA SEPTEMBER 1
15th Annual Moonlight Madness Festival - Main Street District. Street festival, live music, shopping, food, beer garden and children's activities. FREE. 520-204-2390.

WICKENBURG SEPTEMBER 1
13th Annual Fiesta Septiembre - Community Center. Exhibits, arts and crafts and food. Folklorico dancers, mariachi bands, mercado, salsa contest and tortilla making demonstration. FREE. 11:00am-8:30pm. 520-684-5479.

SEDONA SEPTEMBER 1-15
Feathers and Foliage - Hillside Sedona. Bird house expo and auction. Proceeds benefit Sedona Cultural Park. 520-282-4500.

SEDONA SEPTEMBER 8
Fiesta Del Tlaquepaque - Mexican style celebration. PiƱatas, mariachi bands, folklorico dance groups, Flamenco/classical guitarists and food. FREE. 10:00am-6:00pm. 520-282-4838 or 877-386-8687.

YARNELL SEPTEMBER 8
Whoadeo - rodeo events for children with a herd of Stick Horses. Free for the children, prizes and food. FREE. 520-427-6582.

PRESCOTT VALLEY SEPTEMBER 8-9
2nd Annual World Arts Festival - Civic Center. A feast of visual and performing arts. Family arts tent, entertainment from jazz, blues, country to classic rock. FREE. 520-772-8857.

SEDONA SEPTEMBER 9
Pops at Poco! -16th Annual Flagstaff Symphony Pops Concert in the Park - Poco Diablo Resort. Conducted by Randall Craig Fleischer. $12-65. 4:00pm. 520-774-5107 or 520-282-7600.

SEDONA SEPTEMBER 10-14
Mixed Media Workshop with Jan Sitts - Sedona Arts Center. Emphasizes "layering" techniques, involving painting, sanding and collage to create depth, texture and dimension. 520-282-3809.

PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 14-16
High Country Rod Run - Courthouse Park. Car show of pre 1959 hot rods, custom cars and trucks. 480-345-9849.

PRESCOTT VALLEY SEPTEMBER 15
Gold Fever Day - Fain Park. Historical tours, fishing, hiking, food and entertainment. Plays, music, horseshoe tournament, gold panning, hay rides and games. FREE. 7:00am-6:00pm. 520-772-8857 or 520-772-6110.

CHINO VALLEY SEPTEMBER 15-16
Arizona Jr. Rodeo Association Rodeo - Susan A. William Equestrian Center. 8:00am-4:00pm. 520-636-1917.

PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 15-16
Prescott Treasures Quilt Show - Yavapai College Performance Hall. Quilts, wearable art, vendors, 2 opportunity quilts and quilt block contest. $4. Sat 9:00am-5:00pm, Sun 10:00am-4:00pm. 520-772-2436.

PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 16
Sundays at the Smoki Lecture Series - Smoki Museum. Jeff Ogg on Southwestern Indian baskets. FREE. 2:00pm. 520-445-1230.

PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 16
Sundays at the Smoki Lecture Series - Smoki Museum. Jeff Ogg on Southwestern Indian baskets. FREE. 2:00pm. 520-445-1230.

PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 22-30
Yavapai County Fair. Exhibits, carnival, pig racing, entertainment and food. $2-4. 520-445-7820 or 800-266-7534.

SEDONA SEPTEMBER 24-28
Portraits in Oil and Pastel Workshop with Leslie B. DeMille - Sedona Arts Center. Known for his portraits of sports and entertainment celebrities, Les will explore all aspects of portraiture from color, lighting, structure and technique. 520-282-3809.

PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 28-30
4th Annual Shakespeare Festival - Granite Creek Park. Presented by the Arizona Classical Theater. 520-443-1868.

COTTONWOOD SEPTEMBER 29
13th Annual Verde River Show and Glow Car Show - Riverfront Park. 520-634-5150 or 520-567-0024.

COTTONWOOD SEPTEMBER 29
13th Annual Verde River Days - Dead Horse Ranch State Park. To develop the awareness of the importance of the Verde River. Fishing clinic, sand castle building, rubber duck race, food, live entertainment, canoe rides, exhibits, nature walks, environmental games, horseshoes, geological and archaeological tours by reservation. FREE. 9:00am-5:00pm. 520-634-7593 or 520-634-5283.

CHINO VALLEY SEPTEMBER 30
Gymkhana - Susan A. William Equestrian Center. Horse related events for youth in the TriCity area. FREE. 8:00am-3:00pm. 520-636-1917.

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