Community Church is planning annual bazaar
The Grand Canyon Community Church Christmas Bazaar is coming! This year's bazaar is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. This is the annual event you've been waiting for. Come see what your talented neighbors and co-workers have been creating since last year's sale and find something special for your Christmas list.
If you'd like to reserve a table for your handcrafted items, please contact Lori Bowman at 638-9300 for additional information.
County hosting flu shot clinic at Grand Canyon
The Coconino County Health Department will host a flu shot clinic on Tuesday, Nov. 21, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Rec Center.
Vaccinations are free for children under 18, as well as for AHCCCS, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and Medicare recipients who bring their insurance cards to the clinic. The cost for all others is $20, though no one will be denied service due to inability to pay.
To schedule an appointment, call the county health department at 928-522-7814. Visit www.coconino.az.gov/health for more information.
Free public land access for military on Nov. 11
On Veterans Day, Saturday, Nov. 11, all active duty military and veterans will be granted free admission to most public lands. These include lands managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and Forest Service.
Flagstaff vet is holding office hours at kennel
Dr. Fred Bush will be at the Grand Canyon Kennels on Nov. 14, from 12:30-2 p.m. to provide care to local pets.
Dr. Bush has been providing veterinary care and services to the residents of the Grand Canyon area for 28 years. Call for an appointment 928-779-4565. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Salvation Army seeking bell ringers for holidays
Volunteer bell "ringers" are needed to collect donations on behalf of the Salvation Army on the weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Volunteers serve two-hour shifts outside the General Store with the red kettle and a silent bell.
Proceeds go to the Salvation Army's emergency fund, which helps people in need year round. According to Dan Tobin, who oversees the granting of funds, the bell ringing raised enough to help people all year with things like food, groceries, medication, fuel and more.
To volunteer or for more information, contact Tobin at 638-2271.
Bake sale, Lions Club rummage sale Saturday
It's time again for another legendary Grand Canyon Lions Club rummage sales. It will be on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Grand Canyon School Multi-purpose room.
Digital cameras, video cameras, computer equipment, housewares, sunglasses, clothing, baby items, furniture, camping equipment ... you name it, the Lions probably have it all to be sold at rock-bottom prices. All proceeds go to benefit the local community.
And to provide energy for you power-shoppers, the Grand Canyon Girl Scouts will be hosting a bake sale at the same time.
The Lions and Girl Scouts will also accept donations of used eyeglasses, sunglasses, electronics and items for the Christmas gift and foot baskets.
Homemade goodies great shopping deals all to benefit the community what a way to spend a Saturday! For more information, log onto www.grandcanyonlionsclub.org.
Rotary Holiday Dinner dance tickets now on sale
Tickets are now on sale for Rotary's annual Holiday Dinner Dance to be held on Saturday, Dec. 9, at El Tovar.
Dinner tickets are $55 each if purchased on or before Wednesday, Nov. 15, and $65 if purchased later. The ticket price includes meal, dessert and live entertainment by Exit 64.
Tables may also be reserved for an extra $10.
The private dining room will also be available that night. Bidding begins on Wednesday, Nov. 1 and runs through Monday, Nov. 6. The minimum bid for the room and for 10 dinner dance tickets is $800. Sealed bids may be given to any Rotarian or mailed to the Grand Canyon Rotary, PO Box 696, Grand Canyon.
A $200 lodging package is also being offered this year. It includes an overnight stay in Tusayan on Saturday, Dec. 9, two dinner dance tickets and transportation to and from the event. A package with a single dinner dance ticket is also available for $150.
Raffle tickets are also available for $2 each or three for $5. Prizes in the past have included river trips, overnight stays at various resorts, gift certificates and merchandise from local vendors.
Those who plan to attend the dinner dance are urged to buy tickets early, as last year, this event was sold out before Nov. 15. To purchase tickets or reserve a table, contact Sheila Breen at 638-2461, David Beckerleg at 638-2526, ext. 6390 or Greg Bryan at 638-8401.
Music Together classes enrolling for winter
All children are musical! Music Together classes can help your child develop to his/her full musical potential. Children age birth through five and their parents/caregivers experience songs, instrument play and movement activities in a relaxed, playful setting with no performance pressure.
Participants also receive a songbook, parent guide booklet, semi-annual newsletter, and two professionally recorded CDs for more family fun at home.
Winter semester classes run for eight weeks, from early January through early March. Each semester features a new collection of songs and activities. You and your family are invited to attend a free class in early November! Call now to sign up. Save money by enrolling for winter semester by Nov. 9. Scholarships are available for those who can't afford tuition.
Want to see what a class is like? Call now to reserve your space in a free class this month. To register or get more information, call SuZan Pearce at 638-2232.