Things to do This Weekend!
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  • St John’s Annual Pumpkin Patch, supporting our Youth Group’s summer mission trip, is now open for business.  Come out with your whole family and pick out your Halloween pumpkin.  Prices are based on size of pumpkin and the sizes range from very small to huge!  Hours of operation are Daily from 11AM-7PM.  Location:  St John’s UMC located at 1730 Kino Ave behind Chase bank.  The patch will be open until 10/31, or until the pumpkins are gone!  Hope to see you there!

Friday, October 28th

  • 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat hosted by Department of Child Services on Beale Street next to Grand Event Center. Call Amanda at 928-753-8849 for more information.
  • Eagles Lodge 4536 Patsy Drive is hosting a Halloween Costume party staring at 7pm. Music & Dancing, raffle and more.

Saturday, October 29th

  • Ramada it is “Kickin It On Route 66” Shows are 4:30pm & 6:30pm  featuring Among The Stars Entertainment and Kingman Performing Arts presents a special Halloween version of this western show that takes an eerie trip along the Route 66 timeline. This spooky review is hosted by the ghost of Andy Devine, our local legendary television and film star. Meet our ghostly celebrity look a likes Mae West and John Wayne, the walking dead Saloon Girls and an occasional Kingman Deadbeat . Sounds creepy?  Just grab your broom and fly on over for a haunted evening of ghost town western fun. And after the show…hang around for the very scary “Spooktacular Ramada Costume Contest”. Go to for more information.
  • Beer vs Wine fundraiser at the Grand Event Center, 515 E Beale St from 6 o 9pm. Tickets are $75 a person and include dinner with wine/beer pairing for each course. Proceeds go to KAAP. Call 928/279-8438 for tickets or more information.
  • 10th Annual Fall Festival at Centennial Park from 1-5 p.m. near the tennis courts. Activities include, game booths, hay rides, cup cake walk, costume contest, pie eating contest, vendors, entertainment, and much more. Pre-sale wristbands are available at Parks & Recreation at 3333 Harrison St. for $5 each and $7 on the day of event. For more info please call Kingman Parks & Recreation at 757-7919.
  • Halloween Bash This is one event you will not want to miss! Kids are welcome during the day! *2nd Annual Pumpkin Carving starts at 1:00 *1st Annual Barks and Barley money raised supports Low Cost Spay and Neuter 3:00-6:00 *Keg Hunt starts at 6:00 *Bounce Houses from Cosmic Bounce House *Costume Party …. And much more!
  • Route 66 Membership Dinner at Luigi Garibaldis Catering, 315 E Andy Devine. Starts at 5pm. Must be member or interested in joining to attend.
  • Route 66 Halloween Dance & Costume Contest at Mohave County Fairgrounds starring at 7pm. There will be $50.00 1st prize for three different Costume Categories, 15 & Under – 16 & Over – Best Couples Costume. Winners will be chosen by Audience Applause, so bring your friends. Please bring 2 cans a food for the Kingman Area Food Bank for parking. Free Admission – Bring The Whole Family Dj Don West will be playing your favorite hits all night. Full Cash Bar. Food will be available for purchase. Don’t Forget the Kingman Haunted House Will Be on the Fairgrounds the Same Night to Put Some Halloween Fear into You Visit for more information.

Monday, October 31st

  • St. John’s UMC will be hosting Trunk-r-treating for the community.  Come out with your family for hot dogs and trunk-r-treating.   Cars will be set up and hotdogs will be served from 5p-7p.  If you don’t have kids, please feel free to come out with your car to pass out candy!  All are welcome.  1730 Kino Avenue behind Chase Bank. 

Upcoming Events:

  • November 2nd – KHS hosts Marching Band Exhibition at 5pm. The event is free. Participants include Lake Havasu High School Band of Knights, Lee Williams High School Volunteer Marching Band, Mohave High School Thunder Band and Kingman High School Bulldog Marching Band.
  • November 5th – Mohave Museum of History & Arts, Wine Spirits & Food event with silent auction from 6 to 8:30pm. Tickets are $30 per person. Call 928753-3195 for more information.
  • November 5th Sixth Annual Walk a Mile in Their Shoes fundraiser for the Kingman Cancer Care Unit. Starts at 10:00 a.m. with cancer survivors, fighters, and family and friends of lost love ones speaking at our starting point as well as a balloon release at the Bonelli House at 430 E. Spring Street. After the speakers, we will follow the walking map on a mile tour through Historical Downtown Kingman, Arizona. The map will also provide historical information about the buildings and landmarks along the way. Get to know a little about the history of the community we are all fighting to support. The walk will end at Rednecks Southern Pit BBQ where we will be will also be serving a lunch buffet for the walkers. Rednecks will be donating a portion of the proceeds back to the Kingman Cancer Care Unit. We will have a raffle and silent auction going while we enjoy the best BBQ in town .For more information about the Kingman Cancer Care Unit or the Walk a Mile in Their Shoes walk please contact Janet Watson at (928)753-3499 or Erin Cochran at (928)279-8367.
  • November 5th – Master Gardeners class “All About Houseplants” from 1 to 2:30pm at White Cliffs Senior Living, 3600 Peterson Rd. Kingman AZ This workshop has been long awaited so seats will go quickly.  The class is free but You must RSVP to White Cliffs at (928) 681- 1050
  • November 11th – Desert Cruisers Car Club will host Operation Veteran Car, Truckand Bike Show from 10am to 2pm in the Wal-Mart parking lot Entry fee is $15 openn to all vehicles with trophy classes, dash plates raffle and a 50/50 drawing. All proceeds go to Operation Veterans. For more information call 928/530-5656
  • November 12th & 13th – 41st Annual Arts & Crafts Fair for Kingman Cancer Care Unit at Mohave County Fairgrounds. Call 928/30-5360 for more information.
  • February 3rd 2017 – Wyatt Earp – a descendant of the real Wyatt Earp, will be performing in Kingman on February 3, 2017. For more information go to

Ongoing Events

  • Kingman Farmer’s Market is every Saturday from 9 to 1 at until the end of October. Vendors offer a wide variety of local agriculture, handmade crafts and baked goods, providing a great culture for families and guests while keeping local dollars at home. Check out our website
  • First Friday is back at Beale Street Brews from 8-10 pm. Artists will be staged outside, bringing their art to display for the community in vendor space format. All Artist Vendor spaces are free. Artists have plenty of space so they may have 2 spaces if needed. Fine Art, Sculptural Art, Wood Art, Jewelry Art, and more are welcome. Set up may begin from 6:30 -7:00 PM Angela will have live music and her normal wares during these events.Visit to sign up as a vendor.
  • MOHAVE SPORTSWOMEN – A women’s group meets out at the Mohave Sportsman’s Club Seven Mile Hill Range the 3rd Saturday of every month with a class followed by range time.  Each month we have a different topic to teach women about firearms safety, Range Safety, and the different disciplines if firearms to include Handguns, Rifle, Shotguns, and Archery.  These classes are taught by volunteer NRA instructors.  For more information and times please contact Kristi Scroggins at 928-279-3358 or Sierra Hans 928-246-3118 or e-mail 66 Restaurant & Lounge presents, Date Night/Comedy Night is the 1st Thursday of the month. Free Wine Tasting by Stetson Winery starts at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Tickets and information available online at
  • Game Night Trivia every Tuesday night at 7:00pm at the House of Hops.
  • Bird Dancers perform every Tuesday & Thursday from 10am to 2pm at the Kingman Powerhouse Visitor Center. Free and open to the public.
  • Wine Tasting at Stetson Winery in Valle Vista every Friday and Saturday from 12 to 4; live music every Sunday from 4 to 7 pm.
  • Wine Tasting at Cella Winery in Valle Vista, Friday and Saturday from 11-5 and Sunday from 12 -6.
  • Rum Tasting & Cocktails at Desert Diamond Distillery, (Arizona’s oldest craft distillery) 4875 Olympic Drive at the Kingman Airport Industrial Park, OPEN every day except Tuesday & Wednesdays , hours are 10am – 5pm, and until 6pm on Friday and Saturdays.  “Behind-the-scenes” Tours are $5 per person and Tastings of award winning rums & vodkas are $10.  Delicious craft cocktails are also available.  Call (928) 757-7611 for more information.  For the TOUR INFORMATION sheet, please email Deborah
  • Drop in Racquetball at Centennial Park each Saturday 1-4p.m. Open to anyone 16 years and older (13-15 welcome with attended parent). For more info contact Parks & Recreation at 757-7919. $2 per person per day.
  • The Gunfighters are back in Chloride! The Chloride Historical Society presents High Desert Drifters, every first and third Saturday at High Noon in Chloride. The Drifters will perform skits that are suitable for all ages. Bring the whole family and enjoy the show. Donations are accepted.
  • Bike Night at the Hot Rod Cafe Wednesday nights from 6-8pm.  The featured charity this month is Sarah’s House Child and Family Advocacy Center.  All Raffle proceeds and donations go to Sarah’s House.
  • Every Friday night at 6:00pm you can meet at Bicycle Outfitters located at 3001 Stockton Hill RD for a beginners group mountain bike ride. Call 928-753-7538 for more information on other group rides.
  • Ultimate Night Frisbee League Is currently having sign-ups for the City of Kingman Parks and Rec for an Ultimate Frisbee League. If you want to come see what it is about they play Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Centennial Park Soccer field on Harrison St. The game starts at 7. Contact Megan at 715-7886 for more info or visit our Facebook page Ultimate Night Frisbee League.
  • Alpacas of the Southwest welcomes people to visit the ranch to get up close and personal with kid friendly alpacas. Tours are 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Thursday through Monday.  Cost is $6.00 a carload.  Please call first 702/338-7806 or 928/225-1450.
  • Every Saturday from 4 to 8pm is Cruise Night at the Magnuson Hotel (3100 E Andy Devine Avenue). Get together spot for classic cars.
  • Kingman Back Country Horsemen meet at Calico’s Restaurant the first Wednesday of each month for a no host dinner at 5:30 and meeting at 6:30 pm. Call Carol at 279-8154 or Brenda at 303-4911 for more information.
  • Weekly Schedule for High Desert 66 BMX – Mondays Sign Ups 5:30pm-6:30pm with Racing ASAP; Tuesdays – Training Clinics with BMX Hall of Fame Inductee Turnell Henry of Tuni’s Custom Opts BMX; Beginner/Novice Clinic 5:30pm-6:30pm; Intermediate/Expert Clinic 6:30pm-8:30pm; Saturdays – Sign Ups 10:00am-11:00am with Racing ASAP
  • The Brunch Bunch Motorcycle Riders have no dues, officers or egos. They ride on Sundays and Wednesdays and invite anyone to join the rides. Meet at Baker’s Chevron, 777 W Bale St at 8:30am, kick stands up at 9am. For more info call 928/530-2555
  • The Kingman Railroad Museum and Model Train Exhibit. 402 E. Andy Devine – Corner 4th. Street, 928-718-1440. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. and is operated by the Whistle Stop Railroad Club, a Non-Profit Organization, for the City of Kingman as an educational attraction. They have fixed Displays of Railroad Memorabilia including items from the Harvey House Days, replicas of early trains and items used in railroading the last 60 years.  The Model Train Displays are O, HO AND N Gages
  • Kingman now has an active Toastmasters Group.  The group meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month in the Hualapai Conference Room at Kingman Regional Medical Professional Building located at 1739 Beverly Avenue from 5:45p-6:45p.  If you wish to improve your speaking skills, presentations and have fun, this could be the group for you. Pop in for a visit; applications will be available for your convenience.  Costs $65 (Includes $20 for starter kit) and then $45 per six months. Check out their website for additional information

This email is for informational purposes only. Events are subject to change and you should always check with the event planner for final details.