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4th of July Parade

| July 2, 2018
4th of July Parade

Join 20,000 spectators to watch over 100 floats, live stock, dancers, a marching band, and much more parading down the streets of downtown Flagstaff!

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Family Read and Sing

| July 2, 2018
Family Read and Sing

Join library staff for this special time of reading & singing with your family.

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Science Saturday: It’s a Bug’s Life

| July 2, 2018
Science Saturday: It’s a Bug’s Life

Join Willow Bend and NAU Merriam Powell Center for Environmental Research for a creepy crawly Science Saturday.

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Sensory Storytime

| July 2, 2018
Sensory Storytime

Sensory Storytime is a fun and interactive program that can be enjoyed by all children ages 3-5, but is especially designed for children with sensory integration challenges.

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Movies on the Square

| July 2, 2018
Movies on the Square

Each summer FDBA presents Movies on the Square a FREE, family friendly evening on Heritage Square – Flagstaff’s downtown living room.

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Kids Squared

| July 2, 2018
Kids Squared

Kids Squared is a free, fun and educational program for children ranging from 2-12.

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Preschool CSEFEL Training

| July 2, 2018
Preschool CSEFEL Training

Based on the CSEFEL Model (Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning), this workshop is designed to help preschool teachers identify strategies to enhance the social-emotional skills of their students.

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Research Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions of Native People and Issues

| July 2, 2018
Research Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions of Native People and Issues

Groundbreaking Research Reveals America’s Attitudes, Public Perceptions and Dominant Narratives about Native People and Native Issues, and Provides Opportunities for “Reclaiming Native Truth”

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Transportation Survey

| July 2, 2018
Transportation Survey

NACOG’s Passenger Transportation Study is in full swing and they are actively soliciting the public’s input on the transportation needs in Apache, Coconino and Navajo Counties. The sub-consultants for the study, Southwest Planning and Marketing, recently completed four successful Meetings on a Bus in Show Low, Window Rock, Tuba City and Winslow, along with focus groups in each location. A summary of the Meetings on a Bus will be included in the next Passenger Transportation Study Newsletter (Issue #2), which will be available on NACOG’s website and distributed to the Advisory Committee next month.

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Join CFSS and Support Children and Families on their Journey to HOPE!

| July 2, 2018
Join CFSS and Support Children and Families on their Journey to HOPE!

Have you ever wanted to become a foster parent but think you don’t have the time? How about providing foster care once or twice a month? If this sounds like something you could do, read on!

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