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Symphony Guild Home Tour

Martha and Don Stoneberger will open their home to the public for the annual Symphony Guild Home Tour Aug. 17.

Every August for the past five years, the Symphony Guild has organized a tour of some of Flagstaff’s most beautiful homes. This year’s tour will take place on Saturday, Aug. 17 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Ticket holders may visit five homes, plus the historic Church of the Epiphany on Beaver Street. The houses are scattered around Flagstaff, allowing visitors and Flagstaffians alike to explore different parts of the beautiful mountain town. Musicians will be playing in each home and the church will have a raffle of some arts and crafts treasures.

This is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Symphony Guild, which supports the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, which will enter its 70th year this fall. Tickets will include a map and driving directions. You can purchase a ticket the day of the event with cash or check at the Epiphany Church, 432 N Beaver Street. To get an advance ticket, call Mary (928) 522-0549, Connie (630) 258-2999 or Ellen (928) 637-5174.

Literary Lunar Lope at Ft. Tuthill

During the full moon on Thursday, Aug. 15 take a short hike on Soldier's Trail in Fort Tuthill with author Don Lago and the Flagstaff Public Library.

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Meet at the Amphitheater Parking Lot in Fort Tuthill between 7:45 and 8 p.m. The hike starts at 8 p.m. and the group will return to the parking lot around 9:30. There will be a break midway for Lago to talk about and read from his new book, “The Shadows Moving in the Moon’s Skull Eyes: A Vision of Apollo XI.”

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Hike, moon-gaze, and learn more about the guys who took that first hike on the moon. This event is fun for all of the ages who can stay up late. Attendees should wear good walking shoes, bring water, a jacket, and a flashlight or headlamp. Please be able to hike about two miles round trip with 300 feet of elevation gain. We expect to return to the parking lot around 9:30.

Willow Bend's 40th Anniversary Celebration

Join Willow Bend Education Center at 703 East Sawmill Road on Saturday, Aug. 17th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for their free annual celebration and festival. There will be food, a bar, live music, a silent auction, a raffle and other fun activities. Membership or a suggested $10 donation will be greatly appreciated and go directly to support our programs.

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Alexandra Wittenberg can be reached at 928-913-8624 and awittenberg@azdailysun.com.

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