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Main Library Offering Sunday Hours Again

They’re baaaack! It’s official: the Downtown Library is once again going to be open on Sundays! Library visitors will now have even more time to study, seek a librarian’s guidance, use computers and print, access the library’s Wi-Fi, check out books, look for movies and music and much more! This isn’t the first time the […]

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Meet the Geeks

May 2nd at Noon.  Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NACET.)  Facilitate conversations between software and program developers in Flagstaff, AZ with the Meet the Geeks group! Meet the Geeks is a movable, flexible group that meets around the city to create ideas, share resources and knowledge, build new ventures and bring life to […]

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Homeowners Choosing Green Construction

Homeowners are being careful with how they spend their money. Like the rest of the country, Flagstaff has been hit hard by the economic down- turn. Single family home permits dropped from 217 in 2006 to 17 in 2009. Permits for remodeling have remained relatively stable, dropping from 202 permits in 2002 to 138 permits […]

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NAU Monetizing Research

The word “incubator” brings to mind a bunch of fluffy, yellow baby chicks that are kept warm and nurtured until they are grown up enough to fend for themselves. Actually, it is not a far stretch to call the Northern Arizona Center for Emerging Technolo- gies an “incubator.” It too keeps new ideas and inventions […]

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Flagstaff Earth Day

Flagstaff Earth Day High Country Conference Center, 201 East Butler Avenue, 6 pm. The Keynote event, Harvesting Water and More to Turn “Wastes” into Resources: The Story of Rain Beer, Urban Drool Harvesting, Managing Mega-Cities Like Forests, and more is sponsored by the City of Flagstaff and the Arizona Association of Environmental Education. Free and […]

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