Dec. 11, 12 — As the days get shorter, check out these fun science and history programs around Flagstaff!

| December 6, 2021

By the Flagstaff Festival of Science

There are many virtual and in-person science events around Flagstaff this winter. See the list below to make sure you don’t miss out!


November 19: Partial Lunar Eclipse! Lowell Observatory will be hosting a live stream at 12:15 AM showing live telescope views of the partial eclipse! This event is free and virtual.

To tune into the live stream, click here.


December 11-12: Museum of Northern Arizona Native American Art Market

celebrates the diverse set of Native communities on the Colorado Plateau and their rich artistic and cultural traditions. Experience Indigenous culture in both traditional and contemporary mediums in this two-day event from 11 – 4 PM. Learn more about this event here.


December 11: Willow Bend features Herbalist Mike Masek from the Forager’s Path to lead an annual Salve Making Workshop. Participants will use resin from the local Pinon tree and will get to take home samples of two salve types. Click the link for more information and to register for the event.


Thanks to all of our supporters for a great Festival in 2021!

Check out our community partners for exciting events year-round!



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