to 9:00 PM
Great live jazz is offered every Friday evening on the patio at Julieanna’s Patio Cafe. The award-winning restaurant provides a vibrant, sophisticated yet casual setting for dining with engaging live music. The patio is heated when chilly, wind-protected, and this week, the highly regarded Yuma Jazz Company Quartet will perform straight-ahead jazz, blues and Latin Jazz. More information at YumaJazz.com.
to 12:00 PM
The binational bicycle ride aims to be a fun, family-friendly ride that is approximately 20 miles in the total distance; done at a leisurely pace with stops along the way to showcase the beauty of each municipality in the megaregion. Registration begins at 7 a.m. on site at the Yuma Civic Center parking lot and the ride begins at 8 a.m. There is no online registration. Call 928-373-5016 for more information.
to 12:00 PM
Take a chance at catching one of ten tagged fish for prizes at this year's Catfish Rodeo happening at West Wetlands Park. While the Catfish Rodeo is going on for the youth, everyone is invited to take part in the Nature Fair. Kids will be able to shoot a bow, learn about gun safety, and see animals that live in our desert environment. Participants should bring their own bait and fishing gear. This is a free community event. Call 928-373-5200 for more information.
Age: 13 and younger w/parent
to 2:00 PM
Come support the Humane Society of Yuma's largest adoption event of the year!
Bring out the whole family (fur kids included) for this fantastic free event. Enjoy music, food, games & activities for kids and local vendors at the Humane Society of Yuma's Main Shelter. Call 928-782-1621 for more information.
to 4:00 PM
to 11:00 PM
Justin Moore headlines a great concert to benefit Bridget's Gift Breast Cancer Fund at Cocopah Casino, doors open for the complementary barbeque dinner at 5 p.m. Country star and general hottie, Justin Moore, will put on a show to remember, while raising money for breast cancer awareness, early detection, and programs to eradicate breast cancer. All of the funds raised stay in the Yuma area.