concerts in the park
The Courthouse Square is home to free entertainment from Spring through Fall. It begins at 6 p.m. Bring a chair or a blanket. Benches are limited.
free prescott historic tours
You too can visit this church located on Gurley Street in Historic Downtown Prescott. Meet at the Chamber office at 10 a.m. Wednesday thru Sunday. The free tour is approximately 2 hours and is led by volunteers who enjoy sharing their city's historic sites. There are more than 800 registered historic sites and buildings. It was the first and second capital of Arizona. Tours are ongoing through October.
Menu: Southwestern with flair
Specialty: Signature blended beverages
Known For: Complete sports viewing on more than 20 High Def TVs
Free: Wi-Fi for work or play
Special Event Planning:
Phone: (928) 445-1211
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Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Description: Rush hour meets happy hour. This is the “locals” hot spot where you go to escape the daily grind. You are invited to login or log out. The Wi-Fi is always free and so are the sports.
Hometown hospitality Historic Route 66
Menu: Steaks, Ribs and Chicken
Specialties: Hand cut choice steaks and crispy fried sweet onion with Chipotle dippin' sauce
Known for: Cowboy beans and fresh hot rolls served right away.
Hours: 11am to 10pm
Happy Hour - 4pm to 7pm
Catering : Absolutely
kingman November entertainment
Mohave County Veteran's Day Parade; 2300 Block Northern Avenue.
November 9th & 10th
Kingman Cancer Care Arts & Crafts Fair; Mohave County Fairgrounds. http://www.mcfafairgrounds.org
A Casual neighborhood bar and Grill
Cuisine Variety: Burgers, Pastas, Steaks & Gourmet Salads
Specialty: Cajun Chicken Pasta
Known for: Family-friendly atmosphere and unparalleled service
Building History: Formerly the Mulvenon Saloon - Destroyed in the Great Fire of 1900. National Register of Historic Buildings
Phone: (928) 445-3388
Hours: 11 am to 11 pm
Lite Lunch: 11am to 3pm
Dinner: 3pm to 11pm
Reverse Happy Hour: 9pm to Close
smithsonian traveling exhibition in Kingman
Now through November 9th
Mohave Museum of History & Arts; 400 W. Beale Street
$4 Adults, $3 Seniors, Children Free with Paid Adult.
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Made possible by the Arizona Humanities Council. Sharing cultures. Enriching communities.
Kingman & Hualapai Mountain Holiday Events
Dec. 7 Very Merry Parade in Historic Downtown Kingman. Includes Marching bands, jolly elves and floats. Bundle up for this evening parade which starts at Locomotive Park and is held on Beale Street after dark.
First 2 Weekends Santa's Hualapai Wonderland at the Mountain Park. Cabins are decorated, Santa Visits and there are free hay rides.