Flagstaff Area National Monuments will be joining national park units around the country in celebrating Veterans Day in honor of U.S. veterans and current members of the U.S. Armed Forces. This year, the entrance fees will be waived for the entire Veteran’s Day weekend, Saturday, Sunday and … [Read more...] about Fee Free Weekend at Flagstaff Monuments
FMC Offering Free Prostate Cancer Screenings
September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare are sponsoring a free prostate screening. The screening is 4:30-7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 25 at the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare – Flagstaff, 1200 N. Beaver St. Screenings are … [Read more...] about FMC Offering Free Prostate Cancer Screenings
Safe Grilling with Antibiotic-Free Meats
Summertime is barbecue season and with that comes an increased risk for food-borne illnesses. You can minimize your risk of getting sick with safe handling practices along with employing proper cooking times and temperatures. You can also reduce your risk by choosing meats produced from animals that … [Read more...] about Safe Grilling with Antibiotic-Free Meats
Beaver Street Restaurant Offering Gluten Free Pizza
Another Flagstaff restaurant has joined the growing list of establishments offering gluten free fare. Beaver Street Brewery General Manager Mike Darby and Head Chef Roseann Clark recently attended a meeting of the Flagstaff Celiac Support Group. The pair brought salads and gluten free pizzas to be … [Read more...] about Beaver Street Restaurant Offering Gluten Free Pizza
Software Developers and Programmers Luncheon
May 2, Event at NACET, Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology. Programmers, software entrepreneurs and others are invited to network about Northern Arizona's software cluster. 12:00-1:30 Free and open to the public. NACET Conference Room 2225 N. Gemini … [Read more...] about Software Developers and Programmers Luncheon
What if Kathleen Battle Were a Market Economy?
When it comes to the market (one is tempted to write The Market), we speak as if it is an entity with “a mind and a morality of its own,” writes Bernhard E. Harcourt in The Illusion of Free Markets. Philosophers call this a category mistake – that is talking about a thing in one category as if it … [Read more...] about What if Kathleen Battle Were a Market Economy?
Free Small Business Counseling
Fri, 21 Free Small Business Counseling 101 W. Route 66 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Don't miss this chance to learn from mentors and successful business advisors during free and confidential face to face counseling and training. The Chamber is teaming with SCORE, Service Corp of Retired Executives, to … [Read more...] about Free Small Business Counseling