In this episode Jay Brimhall from the City of Show Low and Carrie Peppard, Special Events Coordinator share some great events that are coming up!

Listen in and get the details on some really fun events that you won't want to miss!

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June 24th - We are excited to welcome Billy Dean to Show Low for a one-night acoustic show at the Show Low USD Auditorium!  Doors open at 7:00, show begins at 7:30 - $15 General Admission!

Come out and enjoy Billy's music for one night only!  You can buy tickets at Show Low City Hall, the Show Low Aquatic Center or online at:

https://www.activityreg.com/ClientPage_t1.wcs?clientid=SHOWLOW&siteid=1

Profits go towards improvements to the Show Low USD Auditorium!  Please direct questions to Jay at 928-532-4014

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Movies in the Park - FREE

June 9th - 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm - Disney's Moana will be shown at Frontier Park, 660 N. 9th Place, Show Low, AZ 85901

June 23rd - 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm - “Rogue One” is the prequel to the original “Star Wars” will be shown at Frontier Park, 660 N. 9th Place, Show Low, AZ 85901

For questions please call (928) 532-4140

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June 24th the Arizona Game and Fish Department along with the City of Show Low will team up with Hatch Toyota for the 8th annual fishing derby at Fool Hollow Lake in Show Low. Fishing will be from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. with registration starting at 6 a.m. Participants can also pre-register at Hatch Toyota in Show Low from June 10 from to June 23 during business hours.

Arizona Game and Fish will have a limited number of fishing poles, tackle, and bait available to borrow during the event. No fishing license is required during event hours when registered for the derby.

Johnny Johnson will again be the official weigh master of the event. Prizes will be given to kids up to 16 years old catching the largest fish for their age group. Pre-registered youth will receive additional raffle tickets for the grand prize drawing.

Call Hatch Toyota at 928-537-5755 or Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Pinetop Regional Office at 928-532-3680 for more information.

 

 

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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)

 

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In this episode Sgt. Shawn Roby talks about traffic safety, Carrie Peppard, Parks & Recreation and Jay Brimhall share some great events that are coming up!

Listen in and get the details on some really fun events that you won't want to miss!

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Hoe Down - Throw Down - Chow Down at the Show Low Public Library Fundraiser.  All proceeds will benefit the Show Low Public Library!

Friday, April 21st - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm - $25 per couple or $15 per single

**Reservations required and must be made by Friday, April 14th.  Please call the library at (928) 532-4070 to reserve your seat - Adults only!  

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City of Show Low Community Old Stuff Sale - 2 Dates - Mark you calendars!
Saturday, April 29th - 8 am to 12 pm and Saturday, September 9th - 8 am to 12 pm

If you'd like to participate to sell items, 10 x 10'  booth space is available for $10

Registration is required and space is limited!  Registration is available at City Hall or by calling (928) 532-4140

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CELEBRATE SHOW LOW’S 64th ANNIVERSARY WITH 5th ANNUAL BBQ THROWDOWN!

Enjoy a day of family fun with activities, entertainment and barbecue! Come celebrate Show Low’s 63rd anniversary on Saturday, May 6, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Senior Field at City Park, 751 S. Clark Rd.

The day-long anniversary party will feature the 5th annual BBQ Throwdown in addition to bounce houses, rides, food vendors, and live music. The BBQ Throwdown is a barbecue contest among master BBQ competitors with cash prizes.

People's Choice tickets will be sold from 1:30 p.m. until sold out.  Enjoy some old-fashioned fun. For additional information, call (928) 532-4140

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Come join the City of Show Low at the Old Pavilion in Show Low City Park on May 13, 2017 at 9AM!

This year, our main project will be to enhance the features of our dog park! We will do several projects inside the dog park to include tree trimming, general debris removal, and the construction of a trail inside the dog park!

Depending on turnout, there will be other projects in the park for volunteers! Volunteers will be provided lunch! We ask that you bring rakes, shovels, wheel barrows, gloves, and hats!

If you have questions, please call Jay Brimhall at 928-532-4014

No preregistration necessary to participate, however registration helps us plan! The link to the right will take you to the www.justserve.org website where you can register!

 

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In this episode Melissa King from the City of Show Low and Lisa from the Show Low Public Library and Justen Tregaskes, Planning and Zoning Director share some great events that are coming up!

Listen in and get the details on some really fun events that you won't want to miss!

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Hare Raising Candy Scramble - Saturday, April 8th - FUN filled FREE event fro ages 0-10

FREE raffle registration 9:30 to 10:00 am, make sure to bring a basket or sack to collect candy!

Bunny Dash 2K check in begins at 8 am and run starts at 8:30 am.  The Bunny Dash is $5 per participant.  Register early to reserve your spot!  

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Show Low Night at Chase Field - Saturday, April 22nd between the Arizona Diamondbacks vs the Los Angeles Dodgers!

LAST CHANCE TO BUY TICKETS is Wednesday, April 12th!!  Buy your tickets today for sections 221, 222 and 223 - Diamond Level, are available for $46 each which entitles you to all the hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, chips, soda, and water you can enjoy!

Purchase tickets in person at Show Low City Hall! Everyone who who purchases a ticket will be entered into a drawing for a great prize courtesy of the City of Show Low.

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City of Show Low Community Old Stuff Sale - 2 Dates - Mark you calendars!
Saturday, April 29th - 8 am to 12 pm and Saturday, September 9th - 8 am to 12 pm

If you'd like to participate to sell items, 10 x 10'  booth space is available for $10

Registration is required and space is limited!  Registration is available at City Hall or by calling (928) 532-4140

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Hoe Down - Throw Down - Chow Down at the Show Low Public Library Fundraiser.  All proceeds will benefit the Show Low Public Library!

Friday, April 21st - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm - $25 per couple or $15 per single

**Reservations required and must be made by Friday, April 14th.  Please call the library at (928) 532-4070 to reserve your seat - Adults only!  

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In this episode Melissa King from the City of Show Low and Lisa from the Show Low Public Library share some great events that are coming up!

Listen in and get the details on some really fun events that you won't want to miss!

How Down - Throw Down - Chow Down at the Show Low Public Library Fundraiser.  All proceeds will benefit the Show Low Public Library!

Thursday, April 20th - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm - $25 per couple or $15 per single

**Reservations required and must be made by Friday, April 14th.  Please call the library at (928) 532-4070 to reserve your seat - Adults only!  

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City of Show Low Spring Play Days - March 13 - 16, 8 am to 12 pm - $35 per child
Pre-registration is required!  

Kid's Night Out - Friday, March 24th, 6-9 pm - $10 per child

For registration information on all events please visit www.activityreg.com or you may go to the Show Low Parks & Recreation ~ City Hall or Aquatic Center

City of Show Low Community Old Stuff Sale - 2 Dates - Mark you calendars!
Saturday, April 29th - 8 am to 12 pm and Saturday, September 9th - 8 am to 12 pm

If you'd like to participate to sell items, 10 x 10'  booth space is available for $10

Registration is required and space is limited!  Registration is available at City Hall or by calling (928) 532-4140

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This Episode the City of Show Low has a lot to talk about including the ever popular Daddy / Daughter Dance, a Billy Dean Concert and another Coffee with a Cop.

Listen and get all the details of the events the City has planned.

 

For Billy Dean Tickets and details visit - http://www.showlowaz.gov/Calendar.aspx?EID=1318&day=10&month=2&year=2017&calType=0

 

 

 

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This Episode of the Show Low City Hall report Carrie from the Parks and Rec Department tells Birdman all the details of this year's Drop of the Deuce of Clubs for the New Year's Eve Celebration.

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This Episode Birdman chats with Steve North and Carrie Peppard about the upcoming Christmas Season and the advance notice on the New Year's Eve event.

 

 

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This Episode Birdman chats with the Mayor about the Upcoming Community FAST and then the Public Works guys about all the stuff you need to know about snow removal.

 

 

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This Episode Birdman chat with Lisa Horne about Route 66 White Mountain Geo Tour Grande Final Event.

 

Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour Presents

Free Grand Finale Event to the Public

 

SHOW LOW, ARIZONA— The Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour is hosting a free event to the public on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m., at the Round Valley Dome in Eagar. Enjoy live music from Strange Brew, Planting Seedz, Fools Hollow Band and a live remote broadcast from Power 95.7. There will be a Kids’ Zone with a bounce house, rock wall and more! Plus, visit local booths from arts, crafts, food and market vendors. 

 

This free event is a culminating celebration of the Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour, a geocaching initiative to introduce desert dwellers, geocachers and tourists to OUR Arizona. But you need not be an out-of-towner to participate. Bring your passport with geocaches you have found from our GeoTour, and get an extra 20 points just for attending the Grand Finale Event! Each completed passport with at least 40 points will earn an official Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour trackable GeoCoin. Your completed passport will also be entered into a raffle drawing for an array of great prizes such as GPS devices, gift certificates and more!

 

Northeastern Arizona is a recreational gold mine. OUR Arizona is where outdoor enthusiasts experience the best of fishing, hunting, off-roading, skiing, tubing, sledding, camping and geocaching. OUR Arizona is a higher-elevation treasure trove full of history and Old West lore, encompassing the communities of Eagar, Navajo County, Pinetop-Lakeside, Show Low, Snowflake, Springerville, St. Johns, Taylor and Winslow. Arizona is known for its desert climate, cactus, hot summers and mild winters, but OUR Arizona is a unique contradiction.

 

What is Geocaching:

Geocaching is a free real-world outdoor treasure hunt. Players locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a smartphone or GPS and can then share their experiences online.

 

What is a GeoTour:

GeoTours are a series of geocaches tied together by a common theme, such as the history, recreation or points of interest of a given area or region. There is no fixed itinerary, like on a traditional trail, but rather a series of points of interest in a self-guided, goal-oriented plan.

 

What is the Route 66 GeoTour Passport:

The Official Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour Passport functions as a logbook for you to track your progress as you hunt specially placed geocaches along the tour. This passport lets you record “special codes” from the geocaches you find in order to qualify for the Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour Special Edition GeoCoin. Earn extra cache dash points if you stay or eat at our participating sponsor lodgers and restaurants. Earn 20 points on your passport just for attending the GeoTour Grand Finale event!

 

What is a GeoCoin:

The Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour GeoCoin is a uniquely designed coin created to reward geocachers who complete our GeoTour Passport by collecting points for finding specific geocaches, as well as dining and lodging with our sponsors. Each GeoCoin is trackable on www.geocaching.com

 

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Northeastern Arizona is a recreational gold mine. Fishing, hunting, off-roading, skiing, tubing, sledding, camping, and geocaching are plentiful throughout OUR Arizona! The Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour brings our communities together to showcase all of this and more so that you can explore northeastern Arizona's small-town charm combined with great geocaching. Join us for an excellent sampling of the sights, sounds and experiences that make this expansive region special, and for the unique opportunity of a one-of-a-kind road trip and adventure that will be sure to have you coming back again and again! Welcome to OUR Arizona!

 

www.route66whitemountaingeotour.com

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