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phone number and e-mail
Monthly Gatherings for New Residents
of the Prescott Quad-City Area
Join us each month (except December) as we meet in different locations for get-acquainted activities and
information related to culture, fine arts and enjoying life in the Prescott area.
We'll also have lunch or dinner together at a nearby restaurant to spend more time with our new friends.
Many of these events, but not all, are free. Lunch costs vary depending on the restaurant.
We are a local, volunteer-run organization for new residents. We also have a Book Club and other Special
Events. Some dates are tentative. REGISTRATION is REQUIRED.
Our regular monthly meetings (usually on the third Thursday of the month) are known as Main Events, and
other activities are called Special Events (this would include our new Munch & Mingle, and other such
events). All meetings are open to everyone. The Main Events are on an annual cycle - each year we go
through the same 12 monthly events and if you miss one your first year, you can catch it the next year, or
the next, or the next... The Book Club meets monthly. Special Events vary from year to year.
Thursday, August 16 * 10:30 a.m. * $3 cash donation
NewCATs - Prescott Elks Theater
117 E. Gurley St., Prescott, AZ
REGISTER by Tuesday, Aug. 14 by clicking HERE
Explore a major part of our area history at the Prescott Elks Theater - completed in 1905 to host
performances of famous entertainers like John Phillip Sousa and.Tom Mix (along with Tony the Wonder
Horse). Members of the Opera House Guild will be in period costume as they give us a tour of the facility
and tell us about its history, restoration, and current events. Sue McDonald will inform and entertain us with
a Chautauqua portrayal of Prescott's Fannie Bashford, the wife of Coles Bashford who was the first attorney
admitted to practice law in the Arizona territory. The cash donation is an honorarium for our presenter and
tour guides. www.prescottelkstheater.com
PLEASE NOTE: This meeting starts at 10:30 a.m. - not our usual 10 a.m.
Lunch at the Prescott Brewing Company, 130 W. Gurley St., Prescott - 12:15 p.m.
We'll walk a block down the street to the courthouse square to dine in the popular Prescott Brewing
Company. It's located in the historic Bashford Court building that was once owned by Fannie Bashford's
Tuesday, August 7 * 10 a.m. * Free
NewCATs Book Club
Prescott Valley Library - Genealogy Room
7501 East Civic Circle, Prescott Valley
TO REGISTER for this event, please contact Ann at email@example.com,
or just come to the library that day.
Join us in the Genealogy Room of the Prescott Valley Library for our Tuesday, August 7 meeting. After the
meeting, we'll go to a local restaurant for lunch.
The August book is "The women in the Castle" by Jessica Shattuck. The September book is "Animal
Dialogues" by Craig Childs.
Mark your calendar:
Thursday, September 20 - MAIN EVENT: Fain Lake Chapel & PV Event Center
Monday, September 24 - SPECIAL EVENT: Munch & Mingle Social
Thursday, October 18 - MAIN EVENT: Mortimer's Farm Pumpkin Festival
Thursday, November 15 - MAIN EVENT: Highlands Center for Natural History
Saturday, December 1 - MAIN EVENT: Prescott Courthouse Lighting
For further information or
to be added to our email meeting notification list,
send an email to Barbara at: firstname.lastname@example.org
NewCATs and PresCATs
do periodic day trips
together to some
of the most beautiful
and interesting parts
Some of our past day trips
have been to the AZ State
Capitol, Out of Africa, and
Jerome and the
Verde Canyon Railroad.