Over 25 events scheduled to encourage persons 50 years of age and older to continue fitness opportunities and to compete and interact with peers. Registration fee includes the Opening Ceremony, novelty events, and the Closing Ceremony luncheon. T-shirts are also included in the registration fee (while supplies last). Registration: Opens November 27 and is ongoing. The Games will begin on January 9, 2018. There is a $10 registration fee plus $5 per event. Registration may be done in person at the Parks & Recreation Department located inside City Hall, or by calling 928-373-5200. You can see a list of the games here.
This series of free public jazz concerts is in it's 12th season performing in the Village Area of Yuma Palms Mall on Thursday evenings. The highly regarded Yuma Jazz Company Quintet will perform crowd favorites. This Thursday, popular local duo Jason & Elle will share their engaging soul / funk / Latin repertoire. J&E are always Village Jazz favorites! More info at YumaJazz.com.
Lace up your sneakers and enjoy a casual, feet-friendly walking tour of Yuma's downtown district. Tour guide, Steve Cook, will highlight historic sites while sharing stories of life in Yuma a century ago. Get a glimpse of the rugged roads that led to today's Yuma. Tours depart and return to the Sanguinetti House Museum, located at 240 S. Madison Ave. in historic Yuma. For more information call 928-782-1841
"Country Gentleman" Jack Jackson recreate the songs and telling the stories of Country Music's most loved legends Thursday evenings at The Golden Roadrunner Ballroom, 274 S Main St, in historic downtown Yuma. The doors open at 5 p.m. Buffet serves at 5:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. Call 928-318-3487 for dinner reservation.
Love haunted history? Join Sanguinetti House Museum, if you dare, for a night trolley tour through the streets of Yuma's historic downtown district. Hear hair-raising stories of murder and mayhem form Yuma's days of old. more information at www.arizonahistoricalsociety.org/yuma or call 928-782-1842
All aboard! Step aboard Yuma's historic downtown trolley and relax while our tour guide points out sites from yesteryear. Hear stories of pioneering families, riverboats, brothels, and booming businesses that once lined Main Street. This tour departs from and return to the Sanguinetti House Museum, located at 240 S. Madison Avenue in historic Yuma. Seating is limited so early reservations are recommended.
Yuma Art Center/Historic Yuma Theatre and the Yuma Civic Center offer a variety of stage shows and events, visit the city website for general events info or to purchase tickets online for selected events, go to the YumaShowTickets.com site.
The Yuma County Library District offers a wide variety of programs and classes at various branch locations. For a complete listing of events or to sign up for their newsletter please visit their website at YumaLibrary.org.