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Sharlot’s Wine FestPrescott's premier wine-tasting event returns to Sharlot Hall Museum for its seventh annual Sharlot's Wine Fest on Saturday, August 17, 2019, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Join us for the premier wine-tasting event of the year, set against the picturesque backdrop of Sharlot Hall Museum's historic campus. Enjoy various distinguished wines, craft brews, distilled spirits, gourmet hors d'oeuvres, and elegant tastings from leading local restaurateurs. You won't want to miss this festive event — the perfect way to enjoy a comfortable summer evening! Order your tickets early for this... Read More
Plan to Visit Fort Whipple Museum
The Hance Brothers in Yavapai County
By Shane Murphy
Today, John Hance is widely remembered as the Grand Canyon’s famous storyteller. Even President Theodore Roosevelt called him the “greatest liar on earth.” But he also built the first road to the Grand Canyon where he constructed the first trail to the river, becoming the Canyon’s first permanent white resident and tourism entrepreneur. Not so well known today, but certainly as industrious, energetic and witty, John’s 11-years-younger half-brother George Washington Hance was the acknowledged “informal mayor” of Camp Verde for nearly half a century. Both were the patriarchs of their respective communities.Read More
Prescott Indian Art Market, July 13-14, 2019
Local personality Sandy Moss of AZTV asks about the 22nd Annual Prescott Indian Art Market at Sharlot Hall Museum. A short video highlights PIAM events and special features for 2019, including more than 20 new exhibitors – four of which are youth, 12-years to 17-years, and first-time exhibitors.