11/10 NO MOVIE
11/17 Double Feature: Max 1 & Max 2 (starts at 5p, pizza for sale by the slice)
11/24 NO MOVIE (Library Closed)
12/01 Rock Dog
12/08 Birds of Pardise
12/22 I'll Be Home for Christmas
Thursday, 11/09 5:30p Music in the Stacks in the Fireside Room
Camp Verde Community Library announces the next Music in the Stacks, a free monthly concert series, taking place Thursday, November 9th at 5:30 pm in the library’s Fireside Room. Music in the Stacks is a showcase of local and national musicians who entertain regularly in Northern Arizona. There are 5-7 different performers during the show, with a rotating variety each month.
November’s concert features the following incredible musicians: Jack Wilden, Ray Sealing, Jim French, Mike McReynolds, Larry & Leslie Latour, and Matt Fabritz. The concert will be in Camp Verde Community Library’s Fireside Room on Thursday, November 9th at 5:30 pm and will continue the second Thursday of every month at the same time and location.
Friday, 11/10 4:30p VV Photographic Society Art Show Opening Reception
Who is the Verde Valley Photographic Society you may ask? According to Bill Helm, who started the group, "We are a group of photographic artists who endeavor to further the art’s recognition throughout the Verde Valley. What once started as a classroom for presumed beginning photographers to improve was quickly found to be a room full of artists, each with their own unique vision and style, each interested in learning from each other. In our third year, the Verde Valley Photographic Society is eagerly interested in expanding its stable of photographic artists."
Currently, there are approximately a dozen Photographic Society members, and there will be 3 to 4 dozen photographs on display for the Exhibit.
Wednesday, 11/15 3:30p Meet the staff of the Camp Verde Bugle newspaper at a Meet the Press gathering.
Since September, the Camp Verde Bugle newspaper has partnered with Camp Verde Community Library to put on a monthly meeting called Meet the Press. This is an opportunity for the communities of Camp Verde and Beaver Creek to meet with the newspaper’s Camp Verde and Beaver Creek reporter, Bill Helm, and the newspaper’s publisher, Pam Miller, and to ask questions, offer input, to connect with the newspaper dedicated to covering their communities.
As always, everyone is invited to Meet the Press, which is held the third Wednesday of each month from 3:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the Camp Verde Community Library.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to let us know.
Join Bugle reporter Bill Helm and publisher Pam Miller for conversation - and a hot cup of coffee. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions and voice concerns, even share story ideas. Meet the Press will be held the third Wednesday of each month, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30p in the Fireside Room at the library.
Thursday, 10/19 4:00p the Verde Valley Photographic Society Meets in the Key Lime Room
The science of good photography does not have remain a mystery. Join this group of photographic artists wishing to make a statement with their art.
Thursday, 11/16 5:00p-7:00p Essential Oils - Happiest Holidays Ever? The Nose Knows!
FREE CLASS: Maintain joy and peace, and even make healthy choices around food and drink, using essential oils and aromatherapy. Hands on, fun and practical class!
Thursday, 10/19 6:00p Verde Valley Special Needs Support Group
Our children have Downs syndrome, seizure disorde, feeding tubes, premature birth, deafness, autism spectrum disorder, psina bifida, the list goes on. I hated the hard surgeries for my son, but one mother wished her child had a condition that doctors could fix. I struggled with how to respond to strangest that point and stare, but another mother wanted her child's condition to be visibly obvious so strangers would understand why he wasn't doing what other 9-year-old boys did. It is powerful to simply congregate with other parents whose children have special needs, hear the variation in stories, see the experience refracted through the crystal of multiple identities. Because I've learned on this parenting journey, no one is behind me, no one is in front of me. I am exactly where I need to be with my child. A place where we all are students and we all are teachers.
This interactive shopping experience, designed to increase traffic to independently owned businesses in the Verde Valley during the Holiday season, will start Black Friday, November 24th, 2017 and last through New Year’s Day, January 1st, 2018.
Spend money in at least 5 of the 20 participating businesses or a total of $150, and be entered to win a number of gift cards and prizes ranging from $25 to $150 in value. Just submit your completed passport at a participating business or other pick up locations. Winners will be announced at the January Local First Arizona mixer in Northern Arziona at a location TBD.
Last year this program brought nearly $30,000 to downtown businesses in Flagstaff. We hope to replicate this successful holiday program in the Verde Valley and educate consumers on the importance of shopping in locally owned, independent businesses for holiday gifts, decorations,and personal celebrations. We will be linking arms with you and the independent business community to drive more sales into our community and to keep money circulating locally.
Here is to an excellent holiday season! Thank you to the Campaign Sponsors: 360 Automotive Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce City of Cottonwood, Arizona Economic Development One for the Verde and Arizona Public Service - APS
Participating businesses include:
Threads on Main Jerome
Pura Vida Gallery
Thanks A Latte
Ruby Road Resale Vendor Mall
Eagle Eye Barrels
Verde Canyon Railroad
Clarkdale Kayak Co.
Mooey Christmas and Udder Things
Desert Dancer Inc
Hart of AZ Art Gallery
Old Town Frame Company
THE MANHEIM GALLERY
Pink Rain Boutique
Blazin' M Ranch