Presented by Creative Spirits at Mother Road Brewery
Come learn to paint at Mother Road Brewing April 22 at 6:30pm!
Presented by Creative Spirits at Creative Spirits
Images must be received in advance (see our calendar for details). One pet per portrait please.
Presented by Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival at Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
Join FlagShakes at Riordan Mansion State Historic Park for an afternoon of music, party games, cupcakes, and photography to celebrate the Bard’s special day!
Drop your kids off with us for some fun creativity! **Minimum five kids registered to keep class open.
We are now offering sugar cookie decorating classes!
Presented by Creative Spirits at Online/Virtual Space
Some of our classes allow for a take-home kit to be purchased. Or, please call Flagstaff Michaels at (928) 774-4558 to order supplies for curbside pickup!
BYOB beer and wine and join us in studio for a instructional art activity. No age restriction, must bring ID.
Kid-friendly! We do not have age restrictions on our classes, but please be aware alcohol may be present after 4 p.m. BYOB wine or beer.
Presented by Church of the Epiphany at Open Doors: Art in Action
Art, poetry and reflections by: Tracy Atsitty, Avis Charley, Lynnette Hauzous, Monica Wapaha, and Venaya Yazzie on display from January 15th to April 30th.
Presented by East Flagstaff Community Library at Online/Virtual Space
Let's draw using drawing prompts Saturdays at 4pm!
Presented by The HeArt Box at The HeArt Box
Visiting the Anxious Ladies with Dana Kamberg is a collection of paintings and silkscreen prints depicting a variety of distorted self-portraits that feature representations of herself as a sorrowful woman in a red bathing cap. April 2nd - May 29th.
Presented by Museum of Northern Arizona at Museum of Northern Arizona
Large-scale paintings tell a story of the human journey through cycles of chaos and discord to places of wholeness and balance.
This award-winning exhibition continues in a smaller version, come and see the force within.
Presented by International Kadampa Retreat Center - Grand Canyon at IKRC Grand Canyon
Join us for a mini retreat on the three types of love April 24th three sessions offered from 9am to 12:45pm.
Presented by Flagstaff Sustainability Program and Flagstaff Police Department Community Liaison Committee at Flagstaff Police Department
Put Your Waste in the Right Place! Drop Off Day April 24th from 10am-2pm.
Presented by Coconino Community College at Online/Virtual Space
CCC Community Education Virtual Business Financial Series Contact CCC Community Ed. Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org, call (928) 226-4174 or visit https://www.coconino.edu/community-courses.
Presented by Threaded Together at Threaded Together
Learn to use a sewing machine and start making fun projects right away in this 4-week series! Hosted by a local non-profit, Threaded Together, Stitchin' School is designed for kids ages 11-14.
Read from our list of recommended books about personal growth and come discuss them in our book club with us!
Homework help Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 5pm.
Presented by East Flagstaff Community Library at East Flagstaff Community Library
Grab an Activity Kit for kids outside the library each week during our curbside hold hours
Presented by American Legion Cordova Post 13 at Historic Route 66
Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles along Historic Route 66 in Williams Arizona June 11th and 12th.
Presented by International Kadampa Retreat Center - Grand Canyon at IKRC - Grand Canyon
Available for 48 hours for those who pre-register.
Presented by Body Wisdom Qigong at Online/Virtual Space
Qigong and other body-centered practices to enhance well-being and vitality.
Presented by Flagstaff Community Market at City Hall Parking Lot
Outdoor farmers market Sundays from 8am to noon, featuring regional, fresh fruits and vegetables, local honey, bread, tamales, prepared food and SO much more!
Presented by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff at Online/Virtual Space
Join BBBSF Staff via Zoom to learn more about what it means to be a mentor!
Friday May 7th we visit Picture Canyon, a 478-acre natural and cultural preserve just 15 minutes from downtown Flagstaff.
Presented by Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library at Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library
Pick up a "Storytime at Home" kit from the downtown Public Library during our curbside hold hours (M-F, 10am - 4pm) for a new set of themed books, songs/fingerplays, and craft each week!
Friday May 21st we celebrate International Museum Day (which was May 18) by taking a tour into the Easton Collection Center to learn how objects and art are preserved, why objects are frozen before they are stored, how light can damage objects.
Pick up a Tynkertopia STEAM kit during the downtown Public Library's curbside hold hours (M-F, 10am - 4pm) for a new activity each week! Drop by the Downtown Library, call (928-213-2333) when you arrive, and ask for a kit.
Presented by Bright Side Bookshop at Bright Side Bookshop
Who loves COOKIES? Who loves CATS? Who loves NEW BOOKS?
Presented by FlagTag AZ at Flag Tag AZ
Get two games of Laser Tag on Fridays for a family of five for $50.
Presented by Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Inc. at Online/Virtual Space
Weaving a Transcultural Tapestry: Reflections on Eleanor King's 1944 Northwest Spirit Dance and Its Indigenous Influences Sunday April 25th from 1:30 to 3pm.
Presented by The Pioneer Museum at The Pioneer Museum
Mars has captivated generations of scientists and the general public. In 1894, Percival Lowell came to Flagstaff to study Mars. Learn how Arizona’s landscape inspired the now discredited theories popular that Martians existed and built canals.
Come see the pottery, photographs, paintings, and drawings of six women.
Presented by Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra at Online
The FSO presents a Concert of Healing and Hope.
Presented by Lowell Observatory at Online/Virtual Space
Join Lowell Observatory at 9 pm AZ/PT on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, for a live stream of the Lyrids, hosted by Research Assistant Megan Gialluca.
Presented by Northern Arizona University, College of Arts and Letters at Online/Virtual Space
What has happened to your work, research, and lives that would not have happened without the interruption of the SARS CoV-2 virus? How was the pandemic a spark for innovation? Where do you see taking this idea?
Presented by NAU College of Arts and Letters, Boundaryless@nau at Online/Virtual Space
Join us online each week for Anime discussions and games, and be entered for a fun prize!
Presented by Toast of Flag Toastmasters at Online/Virtual Space
Ever wanted to improve your speaking skills? Now is your chance! Join our weekly Toast of Flagstaff Toastmasters meeting to see what we're all about.
Presented by Flagstaff Birth, Breastfeeding, and Women's Center at Online/Virtual Space
An hour of safe stretching, strengthening & breathing designed to sooth the changing pregnant body.
A judgement free therapy group for expecting and recent mothers provided by Flagstaff Birth & Women's Center with Cultivate Counseling. The group will be led Alex, a therapist at Cultivate Counseling.
Presented by The Arboretum at Flagstaff at The Arboretum at Flagstaff
Come enjoy opening day for the 2021 season Saturday May 1st!
Presented by Flagstaff Biking Organization at City of Flagstaff
Unlike previous Bike to Work and School Weeks, Flagstaff Bike Month is for all kinds of cycling. Whether you are riding to work or school, or mountain biking or riding at the bike park, you can participate.
Presented by Balance - Mental Health and Wellness at Balance - Mental Health and Wellness
An outdoor program for adolescents ages (13-17), focusing on mood and body regulation through use of relaxation and mindfulness skills while experiencing the wonders and benefits of nature and the great outdoors.
Join our Yoga Class at Flagstaff's beautiful Arboretum Saturdays from 9am to 10pm!
Join Lowell Observatory educators on April 20th at 7:30 pm MST / 8:30 pm PST at the Giovale Open Deck Observatory (https://lowell.edu/godo) for a guided, interactive observing session.
As part of the Grand Canyon Talks series, join Dr. Larry Stevens discuss how fire plays an important role in regulating the ecosystems of Grand Canyon.
Presented by Flag Tag AZ at Flag Tag AZ
Come be a part of the World Axe Throwing League with FlagTag AZ.
Presented by Theatrikos Theatre Company and The Arboretum at Flagstaff at Theatrikos Theatre
Auditions * Native Gardens * Sunday and Monday, May 2 and 3 * I Hate Hamlet * Sunday and Monday, August 15 and 16 * It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play * Sunday and Monday, September 26 and 27