Category Archives: Food


FREE Summer Food Service Locations


All over Yuma County there are locations to get kids FREE breakfast and lunch.  Adults are welcome to eat at a small cost, as well.  No one needs to be hungry this summer and no one should be lonely. Visit here, type in your zip code and see where you can eat all summer long.

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Summer Food Service Program


Yuma School District One is promoting its FREE Summer Food Service Program.  Don’t let your kids miss a meal. They offer both breakfast and lunch FREE of charge, and adults can eat for very little.  No reservations required and anyone is welcome.

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FREE Tantalizing Tastings Event


Catherine’s Cupcakery cordially invites you to their June 1 Tantalizing Tastings Event from 5 – 7 p.m. The first Wednesday of each month they offer their valued customers the opportunity to pop into Catherine’s Cupcakery and sample their upcoming feature flavors. June features include – Maple Bacon Cupcakes, The Elvis-Banana and Peanut Butter Cupcakes, Corn […]

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FREE Cooking Classes for Kids (8-14)


This June, Yuma Regional Medical Center will partner with Cenpatico, Kohl’s Cares and Chef Karla Billdt to host Healthy Kids in the Kitchen – cooking classes for kids ages 8-14. Classes are FREE and are held in Yuma Regional Corporate Center. Sign your child up today for up to two of the five classes offered […]

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Food Booths Available for the 4th


The Yuma Civic Center is accepting food vendor applications for the city’s 4th of July celebration. Call (928) 373-5040 with questions and download your application by clicking here. The cost is $150.

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Helping Hands Play Day


On Saturday, May 21, 2016 Helping Hands will help Saddles of Joy. You can come enjoy Play Day (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.) and stay awhile as breakfast and lunch will be provided. Meals are FREE, but they sure appreciate donations. Learn more by visiting this event page on Facebook.

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Blackberries, Peaches, and Apricots


Seubert’s will be open Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m. to noon.  They still have peaches left in the far orchid.  The apricots are ready.  The peaches and apricots are $1.50/pound.  The blackberries will be $3.50/pound on Saturday.  Bring the family and have a fun, family time. Wear sunscreen and a hat.  Bring water and gloves, too.

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Wild River Children’s Menu


Wild River Family Entertainment Center has just introduced a kid’s menu. Just another reason to go play!

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Blackberries at Seubert’s


Blackberries are ripe for the pickin’ at Seubert Family Farm.  They will be open on Saturday, May, 7, at 9 a.m.  They will close at noon unless they run out of berries first. Wear a hat, sunscreen, and gloves.  Bring water!  It’s getting warm. Directions can be found here.

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