Located at the Gurley Street Grill at 230 W Gurley Street July 14th from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. | VIEW EVENT FLYER The Gurley Street Grill is a great place for any kind of gathering. With great food and great prices, this downtown eatery is sure to please! The brick building housing the Gurley
Located at the Jersey Lilly Saloon at 116 S Montezuma St June 9th from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. | VIEW EVENT FLYER The Jersey Lilly Saloon is located upstairs in the Palace Historical Building with the balcony overlooking the courthouse square. The Jersey Lilly Saloon is the unspoken “Hub” of Whiskey Row. The
Located at Prescott Executive Office at 3623 Crossings Drive May 12th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. | VIEW EVENT FLYER Prescott Executive Office is located in the heart of the business district at The Crossings. One stop shop for all your business office needs. Whether you are just needing a mailbox and a
April's PAYP After 5 Located at The County Seat located at 120 W. Gurley St., Prescott, AZ 86303 April 14th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. | VIEW EVENT FLYER The County Seat is a massive 6,500 sq. foot gathering place, local mercantile, and restaraunt. Enjoy a unique list of craft cocktails while
It’s finally time for another PAYP after 5! Located at Matt’s Saloon at 112 S Montezuma St, Prescott, AZ 86303 March 10th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. | VIEW EVENT FLYERMatt’s Longhorn Saloon has been a part of Prescott’s famous “Whiskey Row” since the early 1960’s and is still going strong today as
We’ve all heard it. The disparaging commentary about ‘millennials in the workplace’. We’re lazy, we’re entitled, we demand free snacks and bean bags in the workplace. But what is the truth? Join us for this pivotal event and ensure an authentic voice of the Young Professional Workforce is heard.
Young professionals are the future of the professional workforce. A Fact Sheet from the Department for Professional Employees (DPE) of the AFL-CIO labor union states they are more likely to be college graduates, work in fast-growing occupations and are racially and ethnically diverse. In the Quad Cities, more than 115
Trisha Shaffer, owner of Aris Affairs Photography in Prescott Arizona, has always loved using a camera to capture moments. She’s a fourth-generation Arizonan with deep family roots in Tempe and Prescott, and since childhood, she’s cultivated a love of family history, music, writing … and, of course, photography. Capturing moments is
When I was a girl I would put on plays for my parents in the basement. I inhaled books constantly and loved creative writing. I had a wild imagination and would watch movies that captured my imagination, over and over again, like The Swiss Family Robinson and The Sound of Music.
I moved to Prescott 5 years ago from Gilchrist Oregon after graduating from Oregon State University with a degree in Business/Marketing. Relocating to Arizona with my husband, Aaron, was supposed to be a short term reprieve from the snowy winters. Prescott quickly became a home away from home with friendly faces, four wonderful seasons of