Keep up with everything fun that’s happening in Yuma
Holy cow it’s November already! This year has been flying by and somehow we’ve landed right in the middle of fall with the holidays quickly approaching. There are so many different things going on in the month of November but also in the first few weeks of December. Keep reading to find out all of the fun happenings
FEATURED BUSINESS FRIDAY
Every Friday, the Chamber features a business. Take a second and check out our blog for the businesses featured in the month of August.
Shop Local Ham & Turkey Giveaway
Have you ever wanted to be rewarded for shopping? Well the Yuma Chamber of Commerce wants to do just that! Throughout the month of November, hold onto your receipts from local businesses for a chance to win a turkey or ham! Write your name and phone number on the back of your receipt and drop it off at: Shop-All, City Hall, Lu Ella Women’s Boutique, Flower’s Express, Wildlee, Ace Hardware, and Farm House Market.
We will announce a new winner each Wednesday! What are you waiting for? Get shopping!
Winterfest – December 14th, 2019
Winterfest is going to take place December 14th. I am so excited to be a part of this event and can’t wait to see it come to fruition.
Festival of Trees
The chamber is going to be doing the Festival of Trees fundraiser again. For those who may be unfamiliar with this fundraiser, businesses decorate a Christmas tree however they please and put it up for auction at Winterfest. From December 1st through the 14th, you can walk by different participating businesses and pick your favorite tree. Come Winterfest, all trees will be up for auction and can be bid on silent auction style.
All proceeds go to supporting the local Chamber of Commerce.
Lifelong Learning Series
Dry Needling Lunch N' Learn Nov. 18th
the Yuma District Hospital will be hosting their next Brown Bag Lunch n’ Learn on dry needling. This is a topic that many have wondered about or are interested in trying, so make sure to stop by and check it out.
Meet at the YDH conference room from 12 – 1.
Audrey Lechuga: Retrospective Exhibition
The Orphanage and Lu’s Gallery are co-hosting an exhibition at the Orphanage. It will be called Audrey Lechuga: Retrospective Exhibition. The show will run from October 19 through December 1. An opening reception will take place from 4-7 p.m. on October 19, to coincide with the Yuma Art Guild show at the Presbyterian Church. Anyone who has an original piece of Lechuga’s art, and is willing to lend it to the Orphanage for the duration of the show, should call Richard Birnie, 630.3360.
Help the Yuma Children's Academy
Free Store Tour - Nov. 19th
Lu Ella Women's Boutique Ladies Night
Lu Ella Women’s Boutique is going to be hosting a ladies night on November 7th. Take advantage of great sales on tons of gorgeous pieces. From 4 to 8, Tosh Wise will be show casing her unique artwork that’s available for purchase. You’re definitely going to want to stop by!
Craft Night - Nov. 18th
"Holly Splash" Craft Show
Calling all crafters and vendors to the 2019 “Holly Splash” craft show. This will take place at the Yuma Community Center on November 23, 2019. Space is limited so spots will be given on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, contact the community center at 970-848-0407 or at by email at email@example.com.
Roundhouse Vintage Market
Take advantage of various vendors, unique crafts, fall foods, and so much more when you stop by the Roundhouse Vintage Market. It will take place on November 22nd from 5:30 to 7:30 and November 23rd from 8:00 to 1:00. The market will be located on 4th and Buffalo. See you there!
Vitalant Blood Drive
The Vitalant Blood Drive will be taking place at the Yuma District Hospital on Wednesday, November 13th from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call Gini at 970-848-4602. Walk-ins are welcome!
Save Our Windows Fundraiser
Prime Rib at Red Willow
Saturday, November 9th, Red Willow will be serving delicious prime rib! Stop by at 6:30 p.m. and enjoy as long as supplies last!
The Census is going to be taking place from March through August of 2020. The information collected during this time contributes to the amount of funding that our county receives. The postcards will be sent to individual households to inform people where they can fill out their information. All information collected is completely confidential and can be answered in over 13 different languages. If you have any questions about the census, feel free to ask!
ECE 103 Class in Yuma
There will be an ECE 103 Guidance class at the Yuma Children’s Academy starting in February. Registration for the spring semester has started and will run through January. The sooner that you register, the better. Financial aid is an option for this particular class. For more information on financial aid, call 970-521-6800. For more information on the class, contact Claudia Strait by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.