What's Happening 10-28-12
Free class in food handling
Kurt Nolte from the Yuma County Extension Office/University of Arizona Department of Agriculture will be teaching the free, two-part foundation class for “Good Agricultural Practices and Handling” at Yavapai County’s Cottonwood Annex, 10 S. Sixth St. Session 1: Monday, 1-5 p.m. Session 2: Tuesday 8 a.m.-noon.
This class is the first step if you want to certify your farm to become a “certified approved food source” and become a legal supplier to chefs and restaurants. The No. 1 restaurant trend nationally is local food. Restaurants cannot market the added value to their customers unless they are buying from certified sources.
Seating is limited to 20 and the class is filling up quickly - so if you have not already registered and wish to attend, reserve your space today. For more information contact: Katrin Themlitz, Director Sedona Community Farmers Market, email@example.com or (928) 821-1133.
Safe & Fun Trick or Treat
Sedona Main Street Uptown Merchants sponsor the 26th annual Safe & Fun Trick or Treat on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. Merchants welcome all good ghouls and ghosts to visit their storefronts along Main Street (State Route 89A) in Uptown for great treats. These merchants have a longstanding tradition of good will, providing this safe and fun Halloween celebration.
Fall Family Festival at Parkside
Parkside Church is excited to be hosting the seventh annual Fall Family Festival on Halloween night from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The free Festival will have something for everyone and will include games, jump castles, rock climbing wall, extreme inflatable obstacle course, costume contests, food, Trunk or Treat, and lots and lots of candy.
Parkside Church is at 401 Camp Lincoln Road, Camp Verde. Everyone is invited. For more information please visit the website at www.parksidecampverde.com or call the church office at (928) 567-3577.
Quail Country Quilters
Quail Country Quilters will begin with a business meeting, followed by Show & Tell. Joyce Cook and Karen Crowder of QCQ will present Part I of the Twister Quilt. REMINDER: In November QCQ meets on the first and third Thursdays at 9 a.m. at the VFW Post, 705 E. Aspen in Cottonwood. Visitors are encouraged and always welcome. Any questions, call Bev at 634-9411.
Let’s get metaphysical
There will be a metaphysical event Saturday, 4-8 p.m. at the VFW, 705 E. Aspen, Cottonwood. Food, Raffle. No Entry Fee. Readers, energy workers, jewelry. Call Vernell for further info at (928) 649-1897.
Sign Up for Dog Training Classes
Dog owners will want to be a part of the Sedona Parks and Recreation fall dog programming. The line-up of classes scheduled offer a variety of opportunities for dog owners to teach their pets new habits.
Choose from four Saturday class options: Puppy Kindergarten Nov. 10-Dec. 1; Good Manners Class Nov. 10-Dec. 15; and Rally Obedience Nov. 10-Dec. 15. New this year is Beginning Flyball Nov. 10-Dec. 15.
All classes will be taught at Posse Grounds Park, 525 Posse Ground Road in Sedona. Registration is being accepted for all classes through the Parks and Recreation Department located at Sedona City Hall, 102 Roadrunner Drive, or call (928) 282-7098 to register over the phone. For more detailed class descriptions, prices and times, please go to www.SedonaAZ.gov/Parks.
Lunch and Learn for Cancer Survivors
In an effort to share relevant information and to offer support to those affected by cancer, the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare and Verde Valley Medical Center are hosting a special Lunch & Learn event: “Supporting the Immune System with Natural Remedies for Cancer Survivors.” The free Lunch & Learn is noon–2:30 p.m., Saturday at Verde Valley Medical Center, 269 Candy Lane, Conference Room B. Lunch is provided. To R.S.V.P. or for more information on the Lunch & Learn, call Ginny Viol (928) 204-4175.