Ballet Yuma's time honored tradition of The Nutcracker continues this holiday season with performances held at Snider Auditorium. Join Ballet Yuma for a magical time filled with adventure in the land of sweets. Purchase tickets and see performance times here.
to 10:00 AM
Join family, friends and your community the morning December 14 for a quick run, jog or walk through West Wetlands Park. Register here. Call 928-373-5200 for more information.
Time: 8:15 am
Start/Finish Location: West Wetlands Park
Fee: Pre-registration – $17, deadline is Thursday, December 13 by 1:00 pm
On-site Fee: $26
On-site registration/bib pick-up 7:00 am – 8:00 am
Christmas Bounce Fest is coming to the Yuma Swap Meet, Sat. Dec 14, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. & Sun. Dec 15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. This annual event is sure to bring you a weekend full of endless fun.
Featuring 11 huge inflatables & interactive games:
Tall Double Slides, Obstacle Courses, Jumpers, Rock Climbing, Meltdown Wipeout Machine, Euro Bungee Trampolines, Mechanical Bull Riding, Jousting arena & much more !
Pre-sale VIP Tickets for the Kids Zone available:
VIP Bracelets (Unlimited Access to EVERYTHING)
$15 On the day of the event
For more information or to purchase your pre-sale tickets call 928-247-2734.
to 2:00 PM
Christmas is coming, come on down to Riverside Park just below the Historical Prison for a train ride. The ride will travel pass Stone Cabin, the New Grain Elevator in Well Town, pass the Texaco Station in Gila Bend and down through the Baby Grand Canyon of Yuma by the Gold Mine and around again over the 40' bridge. It is a fun way to spend part of your day. A lot of our volunteers love to tell stories about railroads and running a railroad. You will be educated on the history of railroads.
A $2 donation per rider will be greatly appreciated to help cover the cost of running the trains.
All Aboard, the train is leaving. Call 480-540-6267 for more information.
to 12:30 PM
What is a pomander? What will you be making?
Pomanders were made from citrus fruits pierced with cloves and date back to the 15th century. Cloves were sometimes inserted in symbolic shapes and as the fruit dried the pomander became a good luck charm.
Personalize your own pomander on December at the Colorado River State Historic Park.
All Children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is $5 for adults and children.
Tickets can be purchased on eventbrite.com or at the YCNHA office at 180 W 1st Street, Suite E.
to 9:00 PM
This free to watch family event features marching bands, floats and vehicles decorated with beautiful Christmas lights. More information to come!!
to 5:00 PM
Experience a full day of healing and learn how to connect deeper with the divinity in you at Studio Y. Submerge yourself into the sacred circle with ancient spiritual practices like breathwork, soundbath and cacao ceremony. Take away tools to integrate a practice in your daily life. More information here. Attendance is limited.