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Mother Nature Offering Health, Happiness in Every Season

Even with the snow flurries, chilly temperatures and brisk spring winds, the great outdoors beckons us to come outside and enjoy the wide-open spaces, vast skies and fresh mountain air. Spending time outdoors and in nature is enjoyable. But, did you know there is evidence that proves spending time outside can make you happier and […]

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Lisa Lamberson and her dad, Mark, are teaching Lisa’s son, Jack, how to ski at Arizona Snowbowl – a tradition for the Mountain Sports Flagstaff family.
Courtesy photo Cameron Clark Photography

Ski Season Arriving Early in Northern Arizona

Arizona Snowbowl is opening earlier than ever before with the addition of a new six-pack chairlift. Many of the ski resort’s 500 employees, along with a team of contractors, have been preparing for opening day on Nov. 11. The most significant effort is focused on the addition of the Grand Canyon Express, Arizona’s first high-speed, […]

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Snowbowl Open for Season

If there are long, board-like packages under your holiday tree, you might want to start unwrapping! With almost three feet of snow blanketing the ski resort from this past weekend storm , Arizona Snowbowl is open for its 75th Anniversary Season.   Mayor Jerry Nabours welcomed excited community members, skiers and snowboarders in Arizona Snowbowl’s […]

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‘Tis the Season for Public-Private Partnerships

This month, Fort Tuthill is the scene of wide-eyed wonder, as believers take in the bustling excitement of Santa’s workshop. The North Pole Experience is open for its first season in Flagstaff after moving from Greer earlier this year. Along with being a quicker car ride for families traveling from the Valley, Santa, Mrs. Claus […]

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Predictions for the Winter Sport Season

Picture it: Furry forest creatures provisioning for the coming season; amassing stores of nuts and other morsels to ensure their winter feasts. According to Dave Smith, director of sales and marketing at Snowbowl of Arizona, the habits of forest fauna are one indicator of what we can expect for the coming snow season. “The animals […]

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Chamber Music Sedona’s 30th Season Beginning

Celebrating thirty years of presenting great live performances Chamber Music Sedona kicks-off its 30th Anniversary season 10am Saturday, October 13 with the Metropolitan Opera’s live simulcast of Gaetano Donizetti’s opera L’Elisir d’Amore at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road. Special parking arrangements are in place for the opera and patrons are reminded to visit www.SedonaMetInHD.org for […]

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Flagstaff Nordic Center–Season Passes Available

It’s that wonderful time of year again!  Mornings are cool, leaves are starting to change and Nordic Tim is spending most of the day staring at the sky.  All of these signs point towards a wonderful Winter Season at Flagstaff Nordic Center!! Season Passes On Sale Now!   Get outside this Winter Season and enjoy […]

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Chamber Music Opening 30th Season

Chamber Music Sedona kicks off its thirtieth season with two performances of The Met: Live in HD at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, Saturday, October 13 with L’Elisir d’Amore by Gaetano Donizetti, and Saturday October 27 with Verdi’s Otello.             “The Met: Live in HD has proven to be a wonderful addition to Sedona’s cultural landscape,” […]

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NAU Athletics Preparing for a Winning Season

Northern Arizona University announced lower season and single-game ticket prices for the 2012 football season, making games at the remodeled Walkup Skydome more affordable. “We have listened to the community in response to our ticketing policies and have made changes to our prices and options for both season and single-game tickets,” said Lisa Campos, vice […]

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