5 Things to Do This Spring

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FlowersSpring is getting closer!  To help all of our community members get ready to take advantage of this beautiful season, we’ve compiled this list of five great things to do around Flagstaff this spring.  We’re sure that everyone can find something on the list that they won’t want to miss. 

See Some Unique Art

The 15th Annual Recycled Art Exhibition will be on display at the Arts Connection in Flagstaff Mall. Take in the show from April 1st to 30th, with a special opening reception taking place from 6-8 P.M. on April 1st. 

Hear Beautiful Music

The Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra will present their Masterworks V concert at the Ardrey Auditorium on the Northern Arizona University Campus on March 10, featuring works by Saint-Saens and Shostakovich.

Look at the Stars

The Lowell Observatory will offer free admission and family activities as part of their Lights Out Flagstaff Celebration on March 24-25, starting with a kickoff celebration at Heritage Square from 7-9 P.M.

Experience Art & Culture

Flagstaff’s Museum of Northern Arizona will host the 27th annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture.  Take in dance, music, documentaries, lectures, and art by more than 50 Zuni artists on May 27-28th from 9 A.M. – 5 P.M. 

Eat Fantastic Food for a Good Cause

The Third Annual Feast for Flagstaff will take place on May 6th at  Fort Tuthill County Park, with live music, cocktails and local cuisine.  All ticket proceeds will benefit the Flagstaff Shelter Services and help them provide needed support to homeless individuals. 

There are so many more amazing events in Flagstaff all year round, and we hope our residents take the time to enjoy everything the city has to offer.  If you’re looking for a new place to call home in our area, give our office a call at (928) 774-6968 to find out what Flagstaff apartments we have available.  We love welcoming newcomers to our community!

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