The hotel is upgrading their elevators so we will only have one elevator operational at a time from June 27th till July 25th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Staff will be available to assist guests.
It’s the first Friday of the month, which means First Friday will be taking place in historic downtown Flagstaff! Bring a friend or two and come hang out as we usher in the spring Flagstaff style. Art, music, food, and fun! Events usually start at 6pm in downtown Flagstaff. Guides and maps are available.
For more information visit www.flagstaffartwalk.com.
Come join us at the Coconino Center for the Arts as Flagstaff Cultural Partners celebrates National Youth Art Month. This event will feature hundreds of local youth exhibiting their visual art. The event takes place March 9th - April 6th, the cost is $25 if you pay in advance, $30 if you pay at the door.
Visit http://flagartscouncil.org/2014/03/youth-art-exhibition/ for more information.
The Northern Arizona University Museum of Art will be featuring several pieces of renowned architect Paolo Soleri’s work. Attendees will get up close and personal with some of Soleri’s sketches, prints, drawings, and large-scale models, which will be on display at the NAU Museum of Art through April 13th.
Visit http://nau.edu/CAL/Art-Museum/Paolo-Soleri--Think--Draw--Build--Sustain-/ or call 928-523-3471 for more information.
Country music sensation Easton Corbin will be performing at the Prochnow Auditorium on April 26th at 7:30pm. Corbin currently has two No. 1 singles as well as multiple awards and nominations. Corbin will perform songs from his sophomore album “All Over the Road”.
If you’re interested in going to the show visit http://www.flagstaff365.com/event/detail/441740565/Easton_Corbin for more information.
The NAU Choral Studies present their annual spring festival of choirs. The event will feature 4 ensembles and takes place on April 28th in Ardrey Auditorium on the NAU campus.
For more information on ticket prices and the event as a whole visit http://nau.ticketforce.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=265
The Museum of Northern Arizona’s newest exhibit pays tribute to the adventurous women settled in Arizona during its territorial period and creating art that depicted the beauty of the southwest. This is a one of kind experience that brings the work of these brave women to the forefront. Ticket prices vary based on age and museum membership.
For more information on that and the event as a whole visit http://musnaz.org/research/fine-art/fine-art-exhibitions/past-exhibitions/pioneering-women-exhibit/