Video @ https://youtu.be/xazJv8yc268

 

2017 Show Low Days Play by Play 

Updated 05/30/2017 @ 10:00am

Friday, June 2, 1pm – 10pm

 

1:00p – 2:00pGates open

2:01p – 3:00p

3:01p – 3:30p

3:30p – 4:30p

4:31p – 5:00pTug-O-War 

5:01p – 6:00p DAISY (Alternative POP) Anthony Perre (480-650-8652)

6:01p – 6:30p Opening Ceremony

6:30p – 7:00p Steve and Deena Wheeler(602) 402-3108 Band set-up (Wild Ride??) 

7:01p – 1000pWild Ride

 

Saturday, June 3, 9am – 10pm

ALL DAY—King of the Mountain Crossfit Competition

ALL DAY---Car Show @ Frontier Park

8:00 am Derby Down the Deuce

9:30 am Itty Bitty Open Enrollment

10:00-11:00 am Itty Bitty EVENT

10:30 to 12 noon—Color Run down Main Street

9:00a -10:00a  Gates open - Music and announcements

10:01a – 11:00a Halau Oh KanoeLani

11:01a – 12:00pBig Al’s Family-Hula dances

12:01p – 12:30p              Itty Bitty Olympics Awards

12:31p – 1:00p Living Hope Color Run Awards/Recognition

1:01p – 1:30p Derby Down the Deuce Awards (Band) For the Sake of One (Ron Everingham)

1:31p – 2:00p

2:01p – 3:00pMimelight (Rock & Alternative) Clifton Peotter 480-532-9388

3:01p - 4:00p Negative Thirty Two (Pop/Punk/Alternative) Colten Reed 928-434-0830

4:01p – 4:30p Aubrey Rae (Country-single) 480-558-6480

4:31p – 5:00p (Band Set-up) and Crossfit Awards

5:01p – 7:00p Music and Dancing – DD Rand    

Steve and Deena Wheeler(602) 402-3108   During breaks of bands!!!

7:01p – 10:00pMusic and Dancing – The Walkens Band

 

 

Sunday, June 4, 9am – 2pm 

9:00a - 10:00aGates Open 

10:01a – 11:00a

11:00a – 1:00p Wiener Dog Race at the Upper Field

12:01p – 1:00p Steve and Deena Wheeler(602) 402-3108 

1:01p – 2:00pGorky (Rock/Indie Rock) 928-358-3099

Direct download: SLD_SE_2017_Final.mp3
Category:Special Edition -- posted at: 2:30pm MST

Mountain Talk is the rundown of the weekly schedule of events in the White Mountains of Arizona, including events and activities in Show Low, Pinetop - Lakeside and the surrounding areas. Want to list your event? Just drop an email to white.waterice@gmail.com.

Here are the events for this week;

Video @https://youtu.be/Vdy1Xhcr3ew

White Mountain Events for week of Tuesday May 30, 2017 – Monday June 5, 2017

Tuesday May 30, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10:30am Story time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 4:30pm BINGO at VFW
  • 5:30pm Lion’s Club Meeting at Licano’s
  • 6pm White Mountains Brothers Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym
  • 6:30pm Barbershop Chorus Rehearsal at Show Low Senior Center
  • 7pm Tuesday Night Trivia at The Lion’s Den
  • 8pm Karoke at The Lodge

Wednesday May 31, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:15am Itsy Bitsy Storytime at Show Low Library Event Room
  • 9:45am “Let’s Get Moving” at Show Low Senior Center 
  • 10:30am Storytime at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 2pm Concho Gardening Class at Concho Elementary School Meeting Room
  • 6pm Rim Talkers Toastmasters Club Meeting at NPC Rm 101
  • 6pm Women’s Empowered Self Defense at Show Low High School
  • 8:30pm TOPS Meeting at Show Low Senior Center – Private Weigh-in at 7:30pm

Thursday June 1, 2017

  • 9am Woodcarving at Show Low Historical Museum
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10am Acrylic Painting Art Class at Kittle’s Fine Art & Supply Co.
  • 10am Kid’s Art Class at Kittle’s Fine Art & Supply Co.
  • 10am Family Storytime at Show Low Library
  • 10am Paint with Friends at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 10:30am Tiny Tots Time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 5:30pm ACS Relay for Life Team Captain Meeting at Summit Hospital Conference Room 4
  • 6pm 1st Mini Session Square Dance Lesson with White Mountain Rim Rompers at White Mountain Dance Club
  • 6pm White Mountain Brother’s Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym
  • 6:30pm The Compassionate Friends Meeting at Show Low Senior Center
  • 7pm Darci Carlson at The Lions Den
  • 7pm Free Country Western Dance Lessons at The Lodge 

Friday June 2, 2017

  • 8am Round Valley Jail & Bail Fundraiser at Round Valley Rodeo Grounds
  • 9am Round Valley Round Up at Round Valley Rodeo Grounds
  • 9am Round Valley Rodeo at Round Valley Rodeo Grounds
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10am Mommy & Me Art Classes at Kittle’s Fine Art & Supply Co.
  • 12pm Cruzin’ the Rim Kickoff at Frontier Field
  • 1pm Show Low Days Opens
  • 2pm Adventurer’s Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 5pm Elks Fish Fry, BINGO, and Emblem Club Bake Sale
  • 5pm Derby Down the Deuce Burger Burn and Car Registration/Weigh In/Safety Check
  • 7pm White Mountain Community Dance Club at White Mountain Community Dance Hall
  • 9pm Tripleplay at The Lodge

Saturday June 3, 2017

  • Underground Cover Tour at The Lodge
  • 7am Cruzin’ the Rim Car Show at Frontier Field
  • 730am Walk for the Woods on National Trails Day at White Mountain Nature Center
  • 8am 6th Annual Derby Down the Deuce on the Deuce
  • 8am Free Community Fishing Event at Woodland Park
  • 8am Deuces Wild Triathlon at Fool Hollow Lake
  • 9am Show Low Days Opens
  • 9am Show Low Main Street Farmers Market & Art Walk
  • 9:30am Jill Tinkel Statefarm & The City of Show Low Itty Bitty Olympics at Show Low City Park Senior Field
  • 9:30am Walk for Life & Color Run at Hopeful Treasures
  • 10am American Legion Post 76 Meeting at VFW Post 9907 
  • 7pm Mainstream & Plus Square Dances at WM Dance Club

Sunday June 4, 2017

  • 8am American Legion Breakfast at Show Low Senior Center
  • 9am Show Low Days Opens
  • 9am Deuces Wild Triathlon at Fools Hollow Lake
  • 1:30pm Info Expo at Woodland Lake Park 
  • 3pm Karoke at The Lodge

Monday June 5, 2017

  • 8am Summer Play Days ’17 Building Structures at City Campus Teen Center
  • 9am Junior Golf Clinic at Pinetop Lakes Golf & Country Club
  • 9am Kids’ Discovery Learning Camp at White Mountain Nature Center
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:30am Cover Letter Basics at Show Low Library
  • 10am Yarn Crafters Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 1pm Adult Watercolor Class at Show Low Library
  • 3:30pm Lego Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 4pm Code Club at Show Low Library

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

Direct download: 052917_MT_Final.mp3
Category:Mountain Talk -- posted at: 9:50am MST

Recorded at The Pour Station in Show Low, Arizona

The Community Shout is how you the listener can come in and share anything from charity events, to fundraisers and even just to comment on how cool your neighbor is, just stop by either the 1st or 3rd Wednesday of the Month to White Mountain Purified Water and The Pour Station, have a seat and tell everyone what's going on.

Full Video @ https://youtu.be/TfVaW6Ert7Y

 

Guests This Week:

Allison Hephner, Community Outreach, Navajo County stops by to talk about the White Mountain Community Garden.

White Mountain Community Garden: Gardening for Kids - June 6 - 22 ( Tuesday - Thursdays ) from 9:00 - 11:00 am - Don't delay, the classes are limited to 12 students! For ages 8-10 and classes are held at the White Mountain Community Garden

$30 fee includes your own gardening tools and you can register NOW at http://www.npc.edu/kids-college

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June 17th - 7th Annual High Mountain Music Festival – Pinetop Lakes Equestrian Center from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Featuring music, micro brewery tasting, art & craft vendors, bring your own chairs.

Music only tickets $10 and Music & Beer tasting tickets $30 - To purchase tickets, please call: (928) 367-4290

See more at: https://www.visitarizona.com/events/fairs-and-festivals/7th-annual-high-mountain-music-festival#sthash.0f0FVoS2.dpuf

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

 

Direct download: 052317_PLShout_Final.mp3
Category:PLCommunityShout -- posted at: 11:00am MST

Mountain Talk is the rundown of the weekly schedule of events in the White Mountains of Arizona, including events and activities in Show Low, Pinetop - Lakeside and the surrounding areas. Want to list your event? Just drop an email to white.waterice@gmail.com.

Here are the events for this week;

Video @https://youtu.be/yFMp7ZmuoBg

 

White Mountain Events for week of Tuesday May 23, 2017 – Monday May 29, 2017

Tuesday May 23, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:30am Internet Basics at Show Low Library
  • 10:30am Story time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 3:45pm Creative Club at Show Low Library 
  • 4:30pm BINGO at VFW
  • 5:30pm Lion’s Club Meeting at Licano’s
  • 6pm White Mountains Brothers Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym
  • 6:30pm Barbershop Chorus Rehearsal at Show Low Senior Center
  • 7pm Tuesday Night Trivia at The Lion’s Den
  • 7pm Show Low Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting at Show Low City Council Chambers

Wednesday May 24, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:15am Itsy Bitsy Storytime at Show Low Library Event Room
  • 9:45am “Let’s Get Moving” at Show Low Senior Center 
  • 10:30am Storytime at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 6pm Rim Talkers Toastmasters Club Meeting at NPC Rm 101
  • 6pm Women’s Empowered Self Defense at Show Low High School
  • 8:30pm TOPS Meeting at Show Low Senior Center – Private Weigh-in at 7:30pm

Thursday May 25, 2017

  • 9am Woodcarving at Show Low Historical Museum
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10am Family Storytime at Show Low Library
  • 10am Paint with Friends at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 10am Writers Workshop at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 10:30am Tiny Tots Time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 2:30pm Adult Creative Coloring Class at Show Low Library
  • 4pm Young Adult Activity at Show Low Library
  • 5pm 11th Annual White Mountains Spring Carnival at Mountain Meadow Recreation Park 
  • 6pm White Mountain Brother’s Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym
  • 7pm Free Country Western Dance Lessons at The Lodge 

Friday May 26, 2017

  • 7:30am Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber Perk Up at Navopache Electric
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 11am White Mountain Family Fun Park Grand Opening
  • 3pm Chess Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 5pm Elks Fish Fry, BINGO, and Emblem Club Bake Sale
  • 5pm Family Barn Dance at White Mountain Nature Center
  • 7pm White Mountain Community Dance Club at White Mountain Community Dance Hall

Saturday May 27, 2017

  • Memorial Day Softball Tournament at Show Low
  • 8am Trappers Day Memorial Day Celebration at Town of Taylor
  • 8am Trappers Day Archery Shoot at Taylor Softball Field
  • 8am LuLaRoe Garage Pop-Up at 680 S Angelas Place Show Low
  • 9am White Mountain 20th Gem, Mineral, & Fossil Show at Hon-Dah Resort and Casino
  • 9am Show Low Main Street Farmers Market & Art Walk
  • 10:15am Mommy and Me Yoga at Show Low Library 
  • 11am 11th Annual White Mountain Spring Carnival at Mountain Meadow Recreation Park
  • 12pm Memorial Day Special Event at Made in Greer
  • 12pm Painting in Pinetop with Kittles Art at Made in Greer
  • 12pm Spring Florals Watercolor Demo at Made in Greer 
  • 12pm Time Square Plaza Memorial Day Event at Time Square Plaza
  • 1pm Trapper Days Tint Sprint at Freeman Park
  • 2:15pm Little Critters Yoga at Show Low Library
  • 3pm Teentastic Yoga at Show Low Library
  • 3pm Adult Coloring Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 3:45pm Adult Beginning Yoga at Show Low Library
  • 6:30pm Taylors Country Music Show and Dance at LDS Stake Center 
  • 7pm White Mountain Rim Rompers Square Dancing at WM Dance Club

Sunday May 28, 2017

  • Memorial Day Softball Tournament at Show Low
  • 8am Trapper Days at Town of Taylor
  • 1pm White Mountains 11th Annual Spring Carnival at Mountain Meadow Recreation Park

Monday May 29, 2017

  • Memorial Day Softball Tournament at Show Low
  • 8am Trapper Days at Town of Taylor
  • 9:30am 4th Annual 5K Walk/Run Benefiting White Mountain Hospice Foundation at Mountain Meadow Recreation Park
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10am Yarn Crafters Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 1pm White Mountains 11th Annual Spring Carnival at Mountain Meadow Park
  • 4pm Code Club at Show Low Library

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

Direct download: 052217_MT_Final.mp3
Category:Mountain Talk -- posted at: 10:52am MST

Recorded at The Pour Station in Show Low, Arizona

The Community Shout is how you the listener can come in and share anything from charity events, to fundraisers and even just to comment on how cool your neighbor is, just stop by either the 1st or 3rd Wednesday of the Month to White Mountain Purified Water and The Pour Station, have a seat and tell everyone what's going on.

Full Video @ https://youtu.be/MgorA6ZXG-Y

 

Guests This Week:

Elizabeth "Izzy", Alta Sierra Veterinary Hospital and Jimmy Applegate, Show Low Chamber of Commerce stop by to chat about the 3rd Annual Running of the Weiners taking place during the 14th Annual Show Low Days and Derby Down the Deuce Event that will take place in June!

Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 11:00 am - Alta Sierra Veterinary Hospital's 3rd Annual Running of the Wieners.

Registration: You must pre-register at Alta Sierra Veterinary Hospital

For event information, please visit the website at: http://showlowdays.com/schedule/alta-sierra-veterinary-hospital-3rd-annual-running-wieners/

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14th Annual Show Low Days - June 2nd - June 4th

For more information on schedule, sponsorship, or vendors, please call the Show Low Chamber of Commerce at (928) 537-2326 or visit http://showlowchamber.com/calendar/#event|show-low-days|13828

Show Low Chamber of Commerce: http://showlowchamber.com

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

Direct download: 051717_SLSHOUT_Final.mp3
Category:SLCommunityShout -- posted at: 11:00am MST

Mountain Talk is the rundown of the weekly schedule of events in the White Mountains of Arizona, including events and activities in Show Low, Pinetop - Lakeside and the surrounding areas. Want to list your event? Just drop an email to white.waterice@gmail.com.

Here are the events for this week;

Video @https://youtu.be/5JAnueiTWIw

 

White Mountain Events for week of Tuesday May 16, 2017 – Monday May 22, 2017

Tuesday May 16, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:30am Windows File Explorer at Show Low Library
  • 10:30am Story time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 3:45pm Creative Club at Show Low Library 
  • 4:30pm BINGO at VFW
  • 5:30pm Lion’s Club Meeting at Licano’s
  • 6pm White Mountains Brothers Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym
  • 6pm Show Low City Council Study Session at Show Low City Council Chambers
  • 6:30pm Barbershop Chorus Rehearsal at Show Low Senior Center
  • 7pm Tuesday Night Trivia at The Lion’s Den
  • 7pm Show Low Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting at Show Low City Council Chambers

Wednesday May 17, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:15am Itsy Bitsy Storytime at Show Low Library Event Room
  • 9:45am “Let’s Get Moving” at Show Low Senior Center 
  • 10:30am Storytime at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 1:30pm Book Discussion Group at Show Low Library
  • 6pm Rim Talkers Toastmasters Club Meeting at NPC Rm 101
  • 6pm Women’s Empowered Self Defense at Show Low High School
  • 8:30pm TOPS Meeting at Show Low Senior Center – Private Weigh-in at 7:30pm

Thursday May 18, 2017

  • 9am Woodcarving at Show Low Historical Museum
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9am Show Low Fair Housing Class Free and Open to Public at Show Low Library
  • 10am Family Storytime at Show Low Library
  • 10am Paint with Friends at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 10:30am Tiny Tots Time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 3:30pm After School Art Program for 1st – 4th Graders at Center for the Arts – AAWM 
  • 6pm White Mountain Brother’s Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym

Friday May 19, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10am Friends of the Library Meeting at Show Low Library
  • 1:30pm After School Art Program for 5th – 8th Graders at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 2pm Adventurer’s Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 5pm Elks Fish Fry, BINGO, and Emblem Club Bake Sale
  • 7pm White Mountain Community Dance Club at White Mountain Community Dance Hall
  • 8pm Movie in the Park “Grease” at Frontier Park

Saturday May 20, 2017

  • 8am The Shoppes at Solterra 
  • 8:45am Cooking Demo at Classic Cookware
  • 11am Succulent Paper Wreath Class at Made in Greer
  • 2pm Native Flute Circle at AAWM-Center for the Arts
  • 7pm Sounds of the Night – WMNC Program at WM Nature Center 
  • 7pm White Mountain Rim Rompers Square Dancing at WM Dance Club

Sunday May 21, 2017

 

Monday May 22, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:30am Resume Building at Show Low Library
  • 10am Yarn Crafters Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 4pm Adult Coloring Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 4pm Code Club at Show Low Library

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

Direct download: 051517_MT_Final.mp3
Category:Mountain Talk -- posted at: 10:20am MST

Recorded at the Birdman Media Studio in Pinetop Lakeside.

The Community Shout is how you the listener can come in and share anything from charity events, to fundraisers and even just to comment on how cool your neighbor is!  Just stop by the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am in The Chamber's Visitor Center, have a seat and tell everyone what's going on. 

Full Video @ https://youtu.be/MipZ2z6M1lU

This weeks guests:

Royce Kincannon, Northland Pioneer College, Pastor Tim, Community Presbyterian Church, Malaina Spillman Events Director | Bookkeeper with the Pinetop Lakeside Chamber of Commerce all stop by to chat with Birdman about upcoming events!

Kids College - A summer enrichment program for kids ages 6-14!  Registration and information is available here:  http://www.npc.edu/kids-college

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The Proclamation - Wilderness Stories - Thursday, June 8th - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at Community Presbyterian Church, Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ 85935

Come and hear Adam Reeck (Husband, Dad, and Math Storyteller at Blue Ridge High), Chad Brewer (Wealth Advisor), Marc Traeger (Public Health Service Doctor) tell their own true stories about their experiences in “The Wilderness”.

Steve Harrington and the Mountain Saddle Band will be sharing their music, helping us recall the days of the Old West in our hearts.

You can find us on Facebook at:  https://www.facebook.com/The-Proclamation-Sharing-the-Story-of-Me-169464076770998/

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June 17th - 7th Annual High Mountain Music Festival – Pinetop Lakes Equestrian Center from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Featuring music, micro brewery tasting, art & craft vendors, bring your own chairs. 

Music only tickets $10 and Music & Beer tasting tickets $30 - To purchase tickets, please call:  (928) 367-4290

See more at: https://www.visitarizona.com/events/fairs-and-festivals/7th-annual-high-mountain-music-festival#sthash.0f0FVoS2.dpuf

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

Direct download: 050917_PLShout_Final.mp3
Category:PLCommunityShout -- posted at: 11:00am MST

In this episode Birdman visits with Carly Dalmolin, Program Director for the Show Low Outpatient Programs, ChangePoint Integrated Health.

Who is Carly Dalmolin:

Carly has been with ChangePoint for over 9 years where she has held multiple positions, and is now the Program Director for the Show Low Outpatient programs. She received her B.S. degree in psychology from Northern Arizona University and MS in clinical mental health counseling from Walden University. She was born and raised in Show Low.

You can visit their website at http://www.mychangepoint.org

ABOUT CHANGEPOINT

Our Mission

To Inspire Change, Empower Individuals and Improve Lives in Our Community.

We Inspire Change

Inspiration comes in many forms but the goal of ChangePoint is to provide an environment and staff that is able to inspire others to grow and succeed.

We Empower Individuals

ChangePoint provides a wide array of services to help individuals and families in our community succeed. Our team focuses on empowering those we serve by providing them with the critical skills and tools to achieve lifelong success. This may include equipping our clients with career development skills, living healthier lifestyles, enhancing their life skills, achieving educational goals, or relationships building skills and socialization skills.

We Improve Lives In Our Community

ChangePoint is a starting place for personal growth and improvement. We change lives by helping others enhance their life and relationship skills, achieve educational and employment goals, achieve self-sufficiency, and find meaningful success in all that they do. 

Our History

ChangePoint Integrated Health has been serving Navajo County with quality behavioral health services since 1966 and is a vital asset to the community. ChangePoint has seen much growth in its 50+ years of existence but has remained committed to making a difference in the lives of those we serve.

The demand for services in our rural community has led the organization to continue to grow and adapt by expanding various programs and services in the area. ChangePoint’s roots were in counseling services but the organization has grown into so much more by expanding into new areas such as housing, therapeutic foster care, psychiatry and so much more. ChangePoint is committed to continually expanding its offerings and bringing the many needed services to our rural community.

Our Impact to the Community

ChangePoint Integrated Health provides services to thousands of individuals each year.  Changepoint

  • Provide services for over 6,000 individuals annually

  • Provide over 150,000 appointments and services annually

  • Offer 34 housing units that provide over 12,000 nights of housing annually

  • 16 bed inpatient psychiatric hospital provides over 5,000 bed stays each year

  • Provide over 50,000 transports annually

Direct download: 050417_ChangePoint_Final.mp3
Category:ChangePoint -- posted at: 3:30pm MST

Mountain Talk is the rundown of the weekly schedule of events in the White Mountains of Arizona, including events and activities in Show Low, Pinetop - Lakeside and the surrounding areas. Want to list your event? Just drop an email to white.waterice@gmail.com.

Here are the events for this week;

Video @https://youtu.be/5DBOxaTXxN0

White Mountain Events for week of Tuesday May 9, 2017 – Monday May 15, 2017

Tuesday May 9, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:30am Windows 10 Basics at Show Low Library
  • 10:30am Story time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library 
  • 3:45pm Creative Club at Show Low Library 
  • 4:30pm BINGO at VFW
  • 5:30pm Lion’s Club Meeting at Licano’s
  • 6pm White Mountains Brothers Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym
  • 6:30pm Barbershop Chorus Rehearsal at Show Low Senior Center
  • 7pm Tuesday Night Trivia at The Lion’s Den
  • 7pm Show Low Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting at Show Low City Council Chambers

Wednesday May 10, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:15am Itsy Bitsy Storytime at Show Low Library Event Room
  • 9:45am “Let’s Get Moving” at Show Low Senior Center 
  • 10:30am Storytime at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 2pm Concho Gardening Class at Concho Elementary School Community Meeting Room
  • 5:30pm Mother’s Day Event at Pure Relaxation Spa
  • 6pm Rim Talkers Toastmasters Club Meeting at NPC Rm 101
  • 6pm Women’s Empowered Self Defense at Show Low High School
  • 8:30pm TOPS Meeting at Show Low Senior Center – Private Weigh-in at 7:30pm

Thursday May 11, 2017

  • 9am Woodcarving at Show Low Historical Museum
  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 10am Family Storytime at Show Low Library
  • 10am Paint with Friends at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 10am Writers Workshop at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 10:30am Tiny Tots Time at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 11:30am Optimist Club Meeting at Pizza Factory
  • 3:30pm After School Art Program for 1st – 4th Graders at Center for the Arts – AAWM 
  • 6pm White Mountain Brother’s Tae Kwon-do at Show Low High School
  • 6pm Zumba at The Gym

Friday May 12, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:45am Library Bookies at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 10am Friends of the Library Meeting at Show Low Library
  • 1:30pm After School Art Program for 5th – 8th Graders at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 3pm Chess Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 5pm Elks Fish Fry, BINGO, and Emblem Club Bake Sale
  • 7pm White Mountain Community Dance Club at White Mountain Community Dance Hall

Saturday May 13, 2017

  • 6th Annual Sue’s Crew 30 Mile Walk 
  • 7am 18th Annual Great Fort Apache Heritage Celebration at Fort Apache
  • 8am Sports Physicals at Summit Healthcare Family Medicine Snowflake-Taylor
  • 9am Wine Planting at The Bull Market – Concho
  • 9am Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service 2017 at City of Show Low Park Old Pavilion 
  • 10am Mother’s Day Make and Take Pallet Project at Kittle’s Fine Art & Art Supply
  • 11am Pinetop-Lakeside Community Picnic at Mountain Meadow Recreation Park
  • 11:30am BMX Skills Clinic at Nikolaus Homestead Park
  • 2pm Music Jam at Center for the Arts – AAWM
  • 2:30pm Adult Creative Coloring Class at Show Low Library
  • 3pm Adult Coloring club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 3pm Movie of the Month at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 7pm White Mountain Rim Rompers Square Dancing at White Mountain Community Dance Hall

Sunday May 14, 2017

 

Monday May 15, 2017

  • 9am Senior Stretch at The Gym
  • 9:30am More About Word at Show Low Library
  • 10am Yarn Crafters Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 3:30pm Lego Club at Pinetop-Lakeside Library
  • 4pm Code Club at Show Low Library

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

Direct download: 050817_MT_Final.mp3
Category:Mountain Talk -- posted at: 10:30am MST

In this episode Jacob Wilcock, Community Development Specialist talks about the 19th Annual Project Clean Sweep and Kirk Webb, Community Risk Manager talks about how to prevent wildfires.

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The 19th annual Project Clean Sweep, the free citywide beautification program, kicks off in mid-May and continues into June.  Participation in the program is free to those presenting proof of residency either a City of Show Low utility bill showing current refuse service or a valid driver’s license listing a physical address within the city limits.

Commercial businesses are not eligible to participate in this program. Construction materials and hazardous materials (liquid paints, oils, pesticides, herbicides and household cleaning products) are strictly prohibited.

To accommodate our citizens, Project Clean Sweep is split into different weeks according to the following schedule:

* Monday, May 15–Saturday, May 20, and Monday, May 22–Saturday, May 27, for Green Waste Dumping, which allows you to drop off pine needles, tree limbs, grass clippings and organic materials for free at Dirty Deeds Green Waste, 890 Cinder Pit Road behind Perkins Cinders, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. including Saturday.  Do not mix in garbage, plastic, rocks, dirt, glass or other trash with the green waste.  You may also drop o wood products, including pallets, treated and untreated lumber, and painted and unpainted lumber.

* Monday, June 5 – Thursday, June 8 for Bulky Item Pickup, with city employees picking up any large unwanted appliances (empty refrigerators or freezers of all contents before placing at curbside), furniture, tires, etc.  Place the items in front of your residence by 7 a.m. on your regularly scheduled trash collection day.  For green waste, we strongly encourage you to take advantage of free dumping at Dirty Deeds. If you do put out green waste, branches and limbs must be less than 4 feet long and bundled.

* Monday, June 5 – Saturday, June 10 for Free Dumping at Lone Pine Transfer Station (o SR77).  The transfer station will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., including Saturday, but will not accept hazardous materials including pesticides, herbicides, oils, liquid paints, and household cleaning products; automobile batteries; and tires with or without rims. Materials from construction sites or commercial debris will be charged standard rates.

* For abandoned vehicles, call S&D Auto Wrecking at 537-7132 or Show Low Auto Sales at 537-2911 to make arrangements. ey will pay cash for inoperable vehicles, with or without a title, and will haul them away at no charge to you.

A flyer with more detailed information will be distributed with the May utility bill and posted to www.showlowaz.gov  Refuse customers that miss Project Clean Sweep can still take advantage of free excess trash collection (July 10 to 14, September 11 to 15 and November 6 to 10).  Please note, however, refrigerators and freezers cannot be accepted through this collection method.

Take advantage of this annual free program to make your property more attractive. And let’s all do our part to keep the City of Show Low beautiful! For more information, call 532- 4100.

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Ready, Set, Go! designed to help us prepare for wild fires

The White Mountains is known for being an outdoor paradise, with breathtaking scenery, spectacular wildlife, clean air and picture-postcard vistas.  Despite our beautiful surroundings, wild fires are an inevitable act of nature given the area’s topography, tree densities and high-desert weather conditions.  Wildfires are indiscriminate, burning what ever lies within their path.  Consequently, it is important for those of us who live here to take whatever steps we can to reduce re danger and to protect ourselves in the event of an emergency.

Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District has taken the lead, continuing a program launched in 2012 called Ready,Set, Go! (RSG).  Ready, Set, Go! is designed to educate us on how to live in the wildland-urban interface and protect our homes and families.  The “ready” concept teaches us to prepare our homes and properties well in advance of a wildland fire.  Thee “set” concept elevates a family’s situational awareness—when re weather occurs or when wildland fires are burning—to monitor the enviroment and to be ready to evacuate.  The "go" concept alerts us to implement a family disaster plan immdediately, by leaving well before the fire arrives.

One facet of the RSG program is a property assessment.  District personnel go door-to-door visiting homeowners, answering questions and conducting an assessment
of the property to determine fire danger.  Another program component includes valuable information to assist individuals and families with emergency planning, which includes tips on creating an emergency kit (with essentials such as non-perishable food, water, medicine, clothing, hygiene items, etc.) and a step-by-step evacuation plan (should one ever be needed).  In addition, District staff make presentations to homeowners’ associations, neighborhood groups, community organizations and government entities, offering the same helpful advice and tools.

As we have learned from past experience, wild res are potentially an extremely serious threat in the White Mountains.  It is everyone’s responsibility to protect one’s homes and families by making the necessary preparations. In the long run, it is less expensive to prevent wildfires than it is to deal with wild res and the devastation that follows them.

For more information or to schedule a community presentation, call Community Risk Manager Kirk Webb at 368-6112.

 

The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible. 

Premier Sponsors:

Cellular One

Summit Healthcare


Active Digital Signage

America One Storage - Mail and Ship

Bodyworks Health and Fitness

ChangePoint Integrated Health

Haven of Show Low

The House Restaurant

The Lion's Den

The Painted Ladies

Maverick Magazine

New Horizons Physical Therapy

North Star Salon

PersNIKKIty's

The Pinetop Coffee House & RGB Roasting Company

The Pour Station - WM Purified Water

Salt Restaurant & Wine Bar

Solterra Senior Living

Vinnedge Signworks

White Mountain Donuts

VFW #9907

Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)

 

Direct download: 050417_SLCH_Final.mp3
Category:Show Low City -- posted at: 11:00am MST