Mountains and Rivers

"Mountains and Rivers" by artist Ryanne Sebern was featured in a previous "It's Elemental" exhibition. Courtesy photo

The Flagstaff Arts Council will host the 17th annual 'It's Elemental' Exhibition at the Coconino Center for the Arts. This exhibition showcases works by Northern Arizona craftspeople, with one-of-a-kind pieces displaying various mediums. It's Elemental 2017 will be on display Nov. 14-Dec. 16, and features jewelry, ceramics, glasswork, wood, furniture, fabric, sculpture and more.

A public opening reception is set for Saturday, Nov. 11, 6-8 p.m. All attendees will be entered into a raffle to win a gift certificate for $160 towards artwork in the show.

Then, on Dec. 2 and 3, there will be an associated fine craft sale. The sale will be Saturday, Dec. 2, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 3, from noon-4, at the Coconino Center for the Arts. The fine craft sale will feature 20 local artists in a marketplace setting. Handmade art and fine craft on sale in the marketplace will include: jewelry, clothing, pottery, ornaments, glass work, unique gifts, scarves, hats, gloves, wood work, lamps, and more. During the sale there will be artist demonstrations, music and hot apple cider and cookies and a Christmas Tree with affordable ornaments made by local artists.

For more information, visit flagartscouncil.org. Coconino Center for the Arts is located at 2300 N. Fort Valley Road.

Go back in time at Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

It’s Prohibition at Charly’s Speakeasy at the Weatherford Hotel on Saturday, Nov. 11. The year is 1926 and Flagstaff is suffering the effects of the 18th Amendment. Or is it? Babbitt Riordan is hosting a party for his good “friend” Don Guido.

Mobsters and their molls are gathered to hear the biggest secret to hit the country since it went dry. But when a body hits the floor, Elliott Mess of the FBI shows up. Everyone is a suspect as accusations fly and the interrogations begin. Was it Gina Fettuccini with a stake of Asiago cheese through the heart? Or was it Vinnie Testosteroni with that violin case? Match wits with Elliott Mess as he searches for the killer. Everyone is a suspect – including you.

Canyon Moon will present the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater "SpeakEasy of Death" Saturday at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50. There is limited seating; for tickets call 779-1919 x 430. Murder Mystery Dinner includes the performance and a four-course meal complete with dessert. Drinks, taxes, and gratuity not included. This event is a benefit for Canyon Moon Theatre and Theatrikids.

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