to 5:30 PM
Freedom Performing Arts invites you to start the Christmas season with their holiday-filled dance production Here is Our King.
There will be two performances Sunday December 4th 1pm & 4pm
at the Historic Yuma Theatre
254 S. Main Street
Tickets are on sale at
to 7:00 PM
It’s a Christmas Ball transforms the Yuma Civic Center into a winter wonderland Dec. 9. This is a semi-formal event for those 18 and older who are looking for an elegant holiday celebration. It’s a Christmas Ball features dinner, drinks, dessert, live music by the Chavez Family and a special appearance by Mr. and Mrs. Claus. A magical photo area allows attendees to have their picture taken and made into a keepsake to take home.
Civic Center doors will open for It’s a Christmas Ball at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9. Tickets and RSVP are required. The Civic Center is located at 1440 W. Desert Hills Drive in Yuma.
To purchase your tickets, to see the menu, or for more information, please call the Yuma Civic Center at 928-373-5040 or 928-373-5041 and ask for Event Specialist Kathryn Rodriguez.
Individual tickets are $40 each (convenience fee not included), per couple is $75 (convenience fee not included), and a table for eight is $270 (convenience fee not included).
Some businesses and clubs have reserved entire tables at previous events and used this occasion for their own celebration.
Tickets are $20, $25, and $30
Snider Auditorium (Yuma High)
400 S 6th Ave
Operation VET-MAS Sponsoring Yuma's Arizona State Veterans Home. The New Arizona State Veterans Home, Yuma AZ is opening and starting with a ZERO dollar budget for their activities program and Zero Christmas Tree's or decor for their new Veteran residents.
VFW Motorcycle Club is asking for the communities help to throttle up the holiday festivities and activities program with donations, they are asking for the following items:
Artificial Christmas Trees, Christmas Tree Decorations, Ornaments, Games, Puzzles, DVDs, Gift Cards, Slippers, Robes, Pajamas, & comfort items.
There will be a drive thru drop off
December 10th 8am-11am
at the Arizona State Veterans Home
6051 E. 34th St
Yuma AZ 85365
For more information contact
VFW MC Kidd 619-734-1694
Veterans Home of Yuma Activities Director
Cristal Vasquez 928.247.8272
to 4:00 PM
Yuma Adventist Christian School is inviting you to come on down and support their students in their Deserty Christmas Fundraiser. All of the proceeds will be going toward giving their students an amazing playground.
This family friendly event will include games, tasty treats, SILENT AUCTION, 2 RAFFLES, AND MORE!
These exciting raffles include a private hot air balloon ride for 2 & a Christmas light cruise in a stretch limo for you and 14 guests of your choice! The silent auction is your chance to win fantastic prizes!
Sunday December 11th 12pm-4pm
1681 S. 6th Avenue
to 7:00 PM
Learn about the benefits of saving through compounding! On Wednesday, December 14th, the Main Library will host “Making Your Money Work for You – Saving Through Compounding” at 6:00 p.m. Participants will learn about compounding interest, how it works, and what to look for when using savings accounts. A discussion on the pros and cons of using online banks, versus using local banks and credit unions, will follow the presentation. There is no charge to attend.
The Main Library is located at 2951 S 21st Drive.
For more information, call (928) 782-1871.
to 8:00 PM
Five-time Grammy nominee David Arkenstone and his group return to the Historic Yuma Theatre to perform 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14.
“A Winter’s Eve Concert with David Arkenstone and Friends” is presented by QDV Productions. The evening will include joyful holiday spirits, virtuoso musicianship, and some of his chart-topping favorites reimagined and performed in exciting new arrangements. Arkenstone has planned surprises for this event, including the debut of some of his recent neoclassical compositions with strings, flutes, and percussion.
Tickets are $25 per person or $45 per person for a VIP package that includes a post-show meet-and-greet, preferred seating, a music CD, a badge and signed photo. Purchase tickets online at yumashowtickets.com or by phone at 928-373-5202.
Cindy Klein Memorial Handbell Choir presents their 43rd Annual Handbell Christmas Concert " The Church Musical Year With Bells". Dec 17th and 18th at 4:00pm. The concert will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church 3030 8th Ave call 928-344-3013 for more information.
to 12:00 PM
Children of all ages and teens are invited to the Heritage Library for storytime, programs, and fun! There is no charge to attend.
Please note, the library will close at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 24th and 31st.
Saturdays @ 10:30 a.m.
Storytime: Enjoy stories, songs, and fun activities at our weekly storytime!
Saturday, December 3rd @ 11:15 a.m.
Join us after story time to make a fun jingle bell candy cane. Ages 4-10 welcome. Supplies and seating limited.
Tuesday, December 6th @ 3:45 p.m.
Teen Tech Tuesday
Enjoy hands-on experience with everything from robots to VR! Ages 13-18 welcome.
Wednesday, December 14th @ 5:15 p.m.
Learn how to make handmade items to give as holiday gifts! Ages 13-18 welcome. Supplies will be provided on a first come, first served basis.
Saturday, December 17th @ 11:15 a.m.
Uh-oh! Where Did the Gingerbread Go?
Discover different holiday games played around the world throughout history. Afterwards, play an exciting holiday memory game with your friends and family! Ages 4-12 welcome. Supplies and seating limited.
The Heritage Library is located at 350 S Third Avenue. For more information, call (928) 783-5415.
to 12:00 PM
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