Wednesday, Oct. 23
Nurture with Nature: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Kathryn Nelson, 1200 N Beaver Street. Please join us for a panel discussion on Nurture with Nature, featuring Annette McGivney (NAU Professor and author of Pure Land) and Nat White (astronomer, long distance runner and former Flagstaff City Council member) in the McGee Auditorium at Flagstaff Medical Center Campus. Learn how a deeper connection with nature can soothe your soul and melt away stress. Northern Arizona Healthcare employee artwork will be on display for viewing. 928-773-2484.
American Legion Bingo: 7-10 p.m. 204 west Birch ave. The doors open at 5:30, Kitchen starts serving at 6:00 and the special games start at 7:00. The regular packet games follow immediately following. 559-639-7631. $5 and up. flgal3.org.
Baby Laptime: 9-9:30 a.m. East Flagstaff Community Library, 3000 N. 4th Street. Enjoy songs, stories and rhymes with your infant. Ages 0-2, with caregiver. 928-213-2348. flagstaffpubliclibrary.org.
Flamin' Hot Wednesdays: 2:30-3:30 p.m. East Flagstaff Community Library, 3000 N. 4th Street. Games? Slime? Origami? Join us to find out what's up next. Ages 12-17. 928-213-2348. flagstaffpubliclibrary.org.
Home Energy Efficiency Workshop: 6-7 p.m. Flagstaff East Branch Library, 3000 N 4th Street. House too cold? Want to save money and energy? A professional from CozyHome will teach you how to make your home energy efficient and cozy. Each household in attendance will receive a kit with $75 worth of supplies to use in your home. RSVP by calling Maggie Twomey at 928-213-2144 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. flagstaff.az.gov/sustain.
Practical Magic Course: 6:30-8:30 p.m. BellaLuna Magical Academy, 13 N San Francisco St. Suite 9, downstairs. This ongoing 8 week course will focus on getting started the right way for practicing magic. Perfect for beginners to the Craft as well as a wonderful refresher for those already walking the path of the Old Ways. Drops ins welcome. Go to Victorianmoon.com, click on the BellaLuna Magical Academy link and sign up, call us at 928-863-8311. $10.
Stretch & Laugh Chair Yoga: 10:45-11:45 a.m. Jay Montoya Community Center, 245 N Thorpe Rd. Agentle, safe way to stretch and breathe for those with mobility, injury, surgical issues or those who can't do traditional yoga. Come check it out, have fun and get stretching. Every Wednesday & Thursday. 928-699-0558. $4.
Publishing with Rose Corcoran: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Flagstaff City - Coconino County Public Library, 300 West Aspen. Rose Corcoran will guide you through the wilds of traditional and self-publishing based on her own experience successfully publishing a trilogy. 928-213-2375. flagstaffpubliclibrary.org.
Census Jobs: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Joe C Montoya Community and Senior Center, 211 W Aspen Ave. Stop by to learn more about the 2020 Census Job application process.
Forever Love Pet Loss Support Group: 6-7 p.m. Federated Community Church, 400 W Aspen St.. Room 24. 928-963-1340. facebook.com/FlagstaffPetLoss.
Lifesaving Blood Drive at Flagstaff Medical Center: 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. FMC / Northern AZ Healthcare Education Dept., 1000 N. Humphreys, Suite 241. Please help replenish supplies for patients like Mia, who needs blood transfusions every month to survive a rare blood disorder called Diamond Blackfan Anemia. Culver's would like to thank you for giving blood with a voucher for a free pint of fresh frozen custard. 928-214-3970. bloodhero.com.
Single Retirees: 5-7 p.m. Interested in meeting new single and retired people for conversation, food and drink? We meet every Wednesday at 5:00 PM. Call Julie for location information at 928-699-0044.
Ballroom Dance Classes: 6:30-8 p.m. The Peaks Activity Room, 3150 N Winding Brook Rd. Each month starts a different dance which will build through the month. Beginners who miss the first Wed. please call or email. No partner needed. Two Left Feet? No Problem. More info: 928-853-6284, email@example.com. $2 donation to USA Dance.
Stand Tall -- Don't Fall: 2-3 p.m. Joe C. Montoya Community Center, 245 N. Thorpe Rd. Want to improve your balance? Your mood? Your flexibility and coordination? Your mental clarity? This class is unique so come check it out. Multi-faceted, safe and fun, we draw from over 100 sensory motor movements and cognitive and spatial awareness tasks. All movements can be done sitting and can be adapted for any physical limitation. First class is free, then $7/class. 928-863-0595. highpointaz.com/brain-gym-seniors.
Flagstaff Ukulele Jam: 6:30-8 p.m. Montoya Community Center, 245 N. Thorpe Road. Interested in the ukulele? Want to get together and jam? Flagstaff Ukulele Jam welcomes all levels and ages of ukulele players. Bring a music stand and copies of the tunes from the JamList or just show up and share with someone else. Check out our website for information, JamLists and tunes. flagukejam.weebly.com.
Thursday, Oct. 24
Guitar Class for Fun: 3-5 p.m. Montoya Community Center, 245 N Thorpe Rd. Fun and relaxed hour-long class, multiples styles, beginners and beyond. Ages 13+. Songs chosen from students' requests. $30/5 classes, $5 materials. Ongoing, can join anytime, but limited to nine students so registration required. 928-221-0418. 928-221-0418.
Informational Meeting for 300 hr Yoga Teacher Training: 6-7:30 p.m. The Yoga Experience, 1071 E Old Canyon Ct, Suite 200. Join us to learn about a Yoga Alliance Certified 300 hour Yoga Teacher training. We will present a brief overview of the content, discuss pre-requisites and give a clear explanation of completion requirements. This training promises to unite the incredible skills of two of Flagstaff's most reputable yoga studios. It will bring together Flagstaff's great yoga community while also offering the inspiration of nationally recognized teachers. Erin Widman and Malisa Bobbitt are thrilled to bring their unique set of skills together to create an atmosphere of collaboration, exploration, and learning. No obligation to register for the training, just come and be inspired by what this fantastic program hopes to offer to an amazing group of yogis. 928-774-9010. theyogaexperience.com.
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Capoeira Angola Class: Kids-5:30-6:15 p.m., Adults-6:30-8:30 p.m. The Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff, 301 S Paseo del Flag. No previous experience is needed — capoeira is for anybody, at any age. Capoeira Angola is an art form that combines and draws elements from dance, martial arts, acrobatics, and music. $15. capoeiraflagstaff.org.
Korean Karate Class: 6:30-8 p.m. DeMiguel Elementary School, 3500 S Gillenwater Dr. NAMA School of Chung Do Kwan offers Korean Karate classes. Adults and children 8 and over are welcome to participate at no charge for the first month. Needs based grants are available for students under 18. More information at namachungdokwan.weebly.com or call Brad at 928-266-5320.
Landlord/Tenant Clinic: 12-12:45 p.m. Coconino Law Library, 200 N. San Francisco Street. Housing Problems? Join us for this free Legal Talk by DNA-People's Legal Services to get more information about your landlord/tenant issue or to answer general housing questions or register for our virtual classroom at azcourthelp.org/public-events.
Lego Club: 3:30-4:30 p.m. East Flagstaff Community Library, 3000 N. 4th Street. Join us for fun-filled afternoons of creating and building. You bring the imagination, we'll supply the Legos. Ages 5-11. 928-213-2348. flagstaffpubliclibrary.org.
Lights On AfterSchool: 3-5:30 p.m. Coconino Community College, 2800 S. Lone Tree Rd. The Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) is working with Arizona Town Hall to carry out three Future Leaders Town Hall (FLTH) events in Maricopa, Pinal and Coconino counties. With these events the hope is to bring attention to the value of out-of-school time programming as a significant component on the Future Leaders Town Hall topic of Strong Families Thriving Children. AzCASE is the organization in Arizona that is leading these advocacy efforts, bringing the community together, and giving youth a voice. The event is open to all middle school and high school age youth who would like to participate (capacity is limited to 300 youth). Free to register for participating middle and high school youth. Please RSVP at bit.ly/LightsOnFlagstaff. 602-734-5434 .
NAMI Peer and Family Support Groups: 5:30-7 p.m. Hope Community Church, 3700 N. Fanning Drive. National Alliance on Mental Illness Flagstaff offers free weekly peer support and family support groups for those affected by mental health challenges. 928-214-2218.
PineStory Slam: 5:30-7 p.m. Charly's Pub & Grill, 23 N Leroux St. Do you have a story to tell? Sign up to participate in the Pinestory Slam. No notes, just you and your themed (true or fictional) story entertaining a friendly audience for 8 minutes or less. October 24 - Scary stories to tell at a bar. 928-213-2375.
Self Guided Flagstaff History Driving Tour: 9-11 a.m. Take an epic journey across 500 million years of history & unearth the ancient, and more modern, beginnings of Flagstaff. This is a park and listen tour. Walking around exploring stops is not required, but always encouraged. You can experience this tour from any audio device: mobile smartphone, tablet, mp3 player or flash drive. You can either stream live or download. You will have access to this tour for 90 days. 714-474-1628. $24.95. enjoyflagstaff.com.
Stretch & Laugh Chair Yoga: 10:45-11:45 a.m. Jay Montoya Community Center, 245 N Thorpe Rd. A gentle, safe way to stretch and breathe for those with mobility, injury, surgical issues or those who can't do traditional yoga. Come check it out, have fun and get stretching. 928-699-0558. $4.
The Magic of the Middle Ages - Lessons from the Past: 6-7 p.m. Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library, 300 West Aspen Ave. Please join the Downtown Library as Dr. Albrecht Classen presents on The Magic of the Middle Ages: Lessons from the Past. Dr. Albrecht Classen is a university distinguished professor of German Studies at the University of Arizona — where he teaches and researches the European Middle Ages, the early modern age, and modern German-speaking lands, focusing on literature, the visual arts, politics, philosophy, and religion. The Middle Ages were not a dark ages, which is really just a modern myth. This presentation will highlight some of the glorious and mysterious aspects from that time, working with fascinating texts, images, music, architecture, magical arts, philosophy, and religion, as well as addressing problematic issues and conflicts. The focus will also rest on the most glorious art works from that time period, such as illustrated manuscripts, which will be accompanied by samples of medieval music. 928-213-2331. flagstaffpubliclibrary.org.
Wine Tasting Thursdays at Vino Loco: 6-8 p.m. Every Thursday we offer a finely selected wine-tasting for locals and visitors. With our vast selection of international, regional and Arizona wines - we curate a weekly wine-tasting that will leave you coming back for more. We also offer cheese and appetizer plates. Call us for weekly tasting themes or "wine of the week". $10 per person. Free for Wine Club members. 928-226-1764. vinolocoflag.com.
Celebrate Recovery: 6-8 p.m. Greenlaw Baptist Church, 3400 E Lockett Rd. A Christian 12-Step recovery program that welcomes anyone who is struggling with hurts, habits, and hangups. This is a safe environment where anonymity and confidentiality are basic requirements of all participants. Coffee and snacks are available afterwards. 928-527-0551.
"Nostalgia for the Light" Screening: 7 p.m. NAU Liberal Arts Building. Made by the masterful Chilean documentarian Patricio Guzmán, explores connections between the studies of the origins of the universe made by astronomers in the arid Atacama desert of Northern Chile, and the tireless work of families trying to find the remains of their disappeared loved ones, murdered by the Pinochet dictatorship and buried in secret graves. nau.edu/cal/fall-2019-latin-american-film-series.
"Winterland: A Ski and Snowboard Film" Screening: 6:30 p.m. The Orpheum Theater, 15 W. Aspen Ave. Teton Gravity Research presents "Winterland: A Ski & Snowboard Film." TGR is returning to the Orpheum Theater for the winter kick-off party of the year. Join us to get hyped for the coming winter with the premiere of their new feature length ski and snowboard film. As always, there will be a ton of prizes from their partners at Atomic, Volkl, The North Face and more. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to support the Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center (KPAC). 928-556-1580. $6-$17. orpheumflagstaff.com.
Drop In to Mindfulness Meditation: Flagstaff Federated Community Church, Room 24, 400 W. Aspen Ave. 6:30 p.m. instruction, 7-8:15 p.m. sitting and walking meditation. Come and go anytime. Free and open to all levels of experience and any (or no) religion. 928-814-9851.
Flagstaff Dancin' Grannies: 1-3 p.m. YMCA, 1001 N. Turquoise Dr., Flagstaff. Women's 50+ tap dance group, beginner-advanced. Tap shoes available. Call Cherie 928-607-7488. flagstaffdancingrannies.org.
Dark Sky Trivia: 7-9 p.m. Dark Sky Brewing Company, 117 N. Beaver Street. 928-235-4525. brewcruizer.com/event/trivia.html.
Cancer Support Group: 2:30-4 p.m. Cancer Resource Room, Cancer Center of Northern Arizona, 1200 N Beaver St. If you are newly diagnosed, with any type of cancer, a caregiver, or a survivor, this group is for you. We share information on treatments, medications, fears, and triumphs. We address the question: Where do we go from here? 928-310-8467 or 928-600-4928.