Monthly Archives: December 2017


Touch Museum


Littlewood (1480 S. 2nd Ave.) is hosting a Touch Museum December 21 – 23 from 12 – 2 p.m. each of those days. There will be hands-on exhibits exploring art & music for kids and adults of all ages. There will also be make and take projects available. Admission is just $1.

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Make & Take


Saturday, December 16, from 12 – 2 p.m. your child can come on over to The Yuma Art Center (254 S. Main St.) and make a holiday themed craft for FREE.

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Reminder: Pictures With Santa at the Y


This event is open to the public. Support our local YMCA.

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Reminder: Tamale Festival


The Tamale Festival in Somerton is finally here! This year it will be December 16 starting at 11 a.m. You can’t miss it. It’s all along Somerton’s Main Street.  

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Foothills’ Parade of Lights


This parade has gone on in the Foothills since I can remember (the 80’s). It used to be so small and just a few off- roading toys, but now it’s kind of a big deal. You might check it out. The Foothills Parade of Lights departs at 6:00 p.m. nightly from Foothills Blvd and E […]

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River Rose Story Time


River Rose and the Magical Christmas will be read at Barnes & Noble this Saturday, December 16, at 11. There will be a activities to follow.

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HolidayCat


Have the HolidayCat take you around town to see the lights. It’s just $2. Get a crew together and take a festive ride.

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BOGO at Regency


Buy your tickets online, and it’s BOGO for this hilarious movie at Regency.  

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Food for Fines


Bring in cans of food to pay for your overdue fines during the 28th Annual Food for Fines program at Yuma County Libraries! From 9 a.m. Monday, December 11 until 5 p.m. Saturday, December 23, one dollar in overdue fines will be cleared for every 10 oz. (or larger) can of food that is donated. Only labeled cans will be […]

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Life Care is Lit!


Life Care Center of Yuma (2450 S. 18th Ave.) has gone all out for Christmas this year. They are all kinds of lit. Hahaha! It’s even set to music. It runs Fridays & Saturdays 6-11 p.m. and Sundays through Thursdays 6 – 10 p.m. Go show your support and drive by.

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