Category: THINGS TO DO

WATERWAYS STOCKED FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND FISHING

A quarter-million more fish. With lakes around the state extra full, the Arizona Game and Fish Department needed extra fish. And it got them. In preparation for the Memorial Day weekend, the AZGFD has been stocking an additional 20,000 trout and catfish into waters statewide. Through June, we’ll have stocked a quarter-million more trout, catfish, bass and sunfish statewide. After heavy rains and runoff this spring, the lakes are replenished and ready for angling action. Most catfish are going into Community Fishing Program waters: give Mr. Whiskers a try. Or plan a trip to where the extra trout have...

Read More

FISHING OUTLOOK FOR EXTENDED HOLIDAY WEEKEND

Now is the time to get the tackle box ready, grab the fishing rods, and explore northern Arizona for some spring fishing. Here are some updates on fish stocking activities in this region: About 9,000 rainbow trout, or around 5,000 pounds, were recently stocked in Ashurst Lake. Folks fishing at Ashurst Lake started catching fish shortly after stocking.  They were using small spinners such as rooster tails and small spoons. Kaibab Lake, north of Williams, will receive a similar load of fish. About 9,000 fish measuring up to 15 inches. Trout stocked in Lower Lake Mary during March and April...

Read More

ANNUAL KRMC KIDS DAY FAIR SET SATURDAY

Kingman Regional Medical Center will host its 25th Annual Kids’ Day Health and Safety Fair on Saturday, May 20th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. This will be our first Kids’ Day Event at the Hualapai Mountain Campus, located at 3801 Santa Rosa Dr. Children and their parents will be able to visit 50+ organization booths with numerous opportunities for learning and fun. A car seat safety check will be provided by the Kingman Fire Department and sponsored by Deana Nelson State Farm Insurance. Families who attend will receive important information about children’s health and nutrition. This exciting fair...

Read More

WINGS AND WILDLIFE WEEKEND EVENT IN LAUGHLIN

The annual Wings and Wildlife Festival is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Saturday in Laughlin. There will be activities at Pyramid Canyon Park and Trails, located along the Colorado River. Participants can engage in birdhouse painting, a wildlife treasure hunt, kite flying, bird watching and horse activities. Rangers will offer a family-friendly “Birding 101” activity at the park service table. There will be a ranger-led guided walk at 11 a.m. along the river, talking about the history of Davis Dam. For more information, call...

Read More

GALAXY PERFORMS AT METCALF PARK SUNDAY

The Sounds of Kingman and JM Eagle present a May 7 performance by “Galaxy” in downtown Kingman. Inspired by the works of authors such as as H. G. Wells, Jules Verne, and movies like “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and “2001 A Space Odyssey”, Marilyn and Mark Fabbri are as relevant today as they were when they started performing in the 70’s. All who heard “Galaxy” last summer were “over the top” in their praise of this unique musical experience. Since their last local appearance, “Galaxy” has been busy performing their own mix of classic and original multi-genre...

Read More