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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Spring Break '98... Woooo Hoooo!

The air is full of pollen and excitement for the spring bloom to happen... and college students who very much appreciate a quickly approaching spring break, which is happening only 3 weeks after the semester has begun. Alas, the campus will be as still as the night next week, and aside the fantastic exception of the Farmers' Market that's held every Saturday from 10-2, students and faculty will have plenty of time to adjust to family members and friends express their concern about losing an hour of sleep due to daylight savings (which happens on March 9th at 2am for everyone in the US except for Arizona and Hawaii). Some of us will travel, visit that ol' familiar place that brings us peace, or some place completely new and exciting. Some of us will stay, and for those that do, here's some ideas if you want to go out and play in the community:

* Events at PC
Community Calendar of Events
* ...and some more events Here!

Need some alone time? Or looking to explore somewhere new with friends? Check out This Page for some local trails that you can easily access on your bicycle for some solid day hikes. Rather go climbing? Mountain Project has some great beta on solid local areas. Sometimes, all I need is a solid Bike Ride to keep me in check, and there's some great areas to check out.

What else? If you haven't checked it out yet, check out the new releases @ Frontier Village and use your student i.d. to score a discounted ticket and relax in some reclining leather seats (it's fantastic). Peregrine Book Company is also hosting some intriguing discussions and their book selection is out of this World! If you're looking to revamp for spring on a budget, Prescott has some of the best thrift stores that I've had the pleasure of supporting, so check them out Here!

Have a wonderful Spring Break, everyone!
AA