Avenues of the World’s 6th Annual Northern Arizona Travel Expo will be held on Thursday Oct. 10 from 5-8 p.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton located at 1175 Route 66 in Flagstaff.
The free event is your chance to meet face to face with representatives of renowned cruise lines, hotel chains and tour operators to get the inside scoop on all things travel. Avenues of the World’s travel advisers will be on site to help guide you and answer questions.
Taste an array of hors d’oeuvres from 5-6:30 p.m. and celebrate Happy Hour at the cash bar from 5-8 p.m. The first 300 guests can enjoy a welcome glass of champagne.
Presentations begin at 5:30 p.m. with Star Clippers, stylish unique sailing adventures. At 6 p.m. attendees will be able to join Natural Habitat Adventures –life-enhancing nature and wildlife experiences that support the World Wildlife Foundation. The final live presentation will be given by Avenues of the World Travel at 6:30 p.m. Learn how to travel like a pro, with insider tips and tricks from the trade. We’ll learn how to create a five-year travel plan, cash in on early booking bonuses, leverage promotions and more. There will be one giveaway at the end of each presentation.
Don’t miss your chance to enter the Northern Arizona Travel Expo Raffle. Prizes range from gift cards to gift baskets all the way to three night hotel stays. Only event attendees are eligible to win.
Lunar Lecture on Dr. Werner von Braun
Lowell Observatory’s Dr. Kaspar von Braun will be speaking of Dr. Werner von Braun’s contribution to the US spaceflight program on the Coconino Community College’s Lonetree Campus on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m.
Kaspar von Braun is an astrophysicist at Lowell Observatory and the grandnephew of Wernher von Braun, one of the pioneers of the US spaceflight program that led to the first lunar landing.
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Kaspar will share stories of Wernher, both professional and personal, providing historical insight into Wernher's involvement with the Skylab project of the 1970s and early steps toward the Space Shuttle program of the 1980s and beyond.
"Sacred Spaces" concert celebrates the Grand Canyon
In honor of Grand Canyon National Park’s Centennial year, The United States Army Field Band presents “Sacred Spaces—A Grand Canyon Celebration” on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019, at Ardrey Auditorium on the campus of Northern Arizona University from 3-4:30 p.m.
The Army has always had a deep connection to the Grand Canyon — from the first expedition to explore its wild territory, to its protection and development. The Army Field Band tells the story of the Grand Canyon in sound and immersive video, giving audiences a unique perspective into one of America’s singular national treasures.
“Sacred Spaces” features music that takes audiences soaring over the rim of the canyon, following the rocky path of the Colorado River and gazing up at the star-filled night sky. Hear stories of how the Grand Canyon has inspired awe and provided healing, from park rangers who steward the park today to the Native American communities who have remained spiritually connected to this sacred place over thousands of years.
The concert will feature a special appearance by the West Point Glee Club, and new music by Emmy-winning composer Jeff Beal as well as John Mackey. A co-presentation of Classical Arizona PBS and Classical KBACH, the concert will be broadcast live on radio stations across Arizona including DTV 8.5 Classical Arizona PBS, KNAU Arizona Public Radio in Flagstaff and Classical KBACH in Phoenix.