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  • 5 Senses Magazine - Nick
    > Celebrating arts and science in Greater Prescott
    > www.5SensesMag.com
  • Acupuncture Center of Prescott - Anna Cocilovo (928) 445-0141
    > 1559 W. Gurley St. - PRESCOTT
    > www.AcupunctureCenterofPrescott.com
  • Ananda Martine Di Benedetto (yoga)
  • Anytime Fitness - PRESCOTT VALLEY & CHINO VALLEY
  • Arizona Medical Marijuana Clinic (928) 399-7850 - PRESCOTT - PRESCOTT VALLEY, COTTONWOOD, FLAGSTAFF
    > www.arizonamedicalmarijuanaclinic.com
  • Artists Studio Tour (event)
  • Asis Massage
  • AZCC2 | Google Group
    > https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/azcc2
  • Bend Hot Yoga Prescott (928) 277-4430
    > 434 Goodwin St
    > www.bendhotyogaprescott.com
  • Blissology University - Happy Oasis (928) 308-2146
    > www.BlissologyUniversity.com
  • Center for Spiritual Living
  • Chuck Bussey & Cat Crass (928) 499-7612 (musicians)
  • City of Prescott Events Calendar
    > www.prescott-az.gov/events
  • Community Legal Services (928) 445-9240
    > 401 N. Mount Vernon Avenue
  • Contra Dance
  • Cottonwood Recreation Center - COTTONWOOD
    > www.cottonwoodaz.gov
  • Cowboy Poet's Gathering - AUGUST 6th - 8th, 2015
    > www.azcowboypoets.org
  • Craigs List - PRESCOTT
  • Dances of Universal Peace - Shakura Cathryn Swann - COTTONWOOD
  • Dee Thai Express (928) 515-2435 (best thai food)
    > 520 W. Sheldon St. Ste #1
  • Deva Healing Center - Bri Boertman (928) 899-9939
    > Sanctuary for women & teens; Thai massage
    > 520 W. Sheldon
    > www.devahealingcenter.org
  • Divine Heart Ministries (928) 263-2100
    > www.divineheartministries.org
  • EV Solar - CHINO VALLEY
  • First Congregational Church
    > 216 E. Gurley
  • Flying Nest Studio (928) 432-3068
    > 322 W Gurley
    > www.flyingnextstudio.com
  • Frye's Market (organic produce)
  • GMO-Free Prescott - Shay Richland (928) 778-5781
  • Granite Creek Vineyards (928) 636-2003 - CHINO VALLEY
    > www.granitecreedkvineyards.com
  • Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation
  • Guardin D'Lights - Lena Mizuno (raw foods buyer) (928) 301-7200 - CORNVILLE
  • Habitat for Humanity Restore (928) 771-1777
    > 1061 Commerce Dr.
  • Healthy Habit Nutrition
    > 520 W Sheldon
  • Heavenly Sound Studio (928) 899-0243 (recording studio)
  • Heaven on Earth Sanctuary (928) 308-2146
    > 4395 Lake Forest Lane - GRANITE DELLS NEAR PRESCOTT
    > www.happyoasis.com/retreat
    > www.happyoasis.com/events/upcoming-events
    > www.happyoasis.com/books
  • Highland Center for Natural History & Events Calendar (928) 776-9550
    > 1375 S. Walker
    > www.highlandscenter.org
    > www.highlandscenter.org/events/event-details
  • InRecovery Magazine
    > www.inrecoverymagazine.com
  • Jays Bird Barn (928) 443-5900
    > 1046 Willow Creek Rd
    > www.jaysbirdbarn.com
  • Jenna Israel (928) 273-0348 (counseling)
  • Jerome Art Walk - JEROME
  • Kakilambe Drum
    > www.kakilambedrum.com
  • Karen Clarkson Native American Artist
    > www.clarksonsart.com
  • Liz Faller (dance, yoga & meditation)
  • Lotus Bloom Yoga Studio - Cheryl Walters (928) 499-1553
    > 777 W Hillside
  • Mary Sojourner (author & writing coach) - FLAGSTAFF
    > www.breathroughwriting.net
  • MELT - Kathryn DeFreitas (928) 420-9437
    > www.MELTPrescott.com
  • Mountain Oak School
  • Mountain Spirit Coop (928) 445-8545 (art gallery & healing center)
    > 107 N. Cortez, Ste 100
    > www.mountainspiritco-op.com
  • Natural Grocers (best prices organic food)
    > 1470 Gail Gardner Way
    > www.naturalgrocers.com/ps
  • Nectar Apothecary (928) 445-4565
    > 219 W. Gurley
    > www.nectarapothecary.com
  • Old Town Center for the Arts - William Eaton - COTTONWOOD
  • Open Space Alliance
  • Out of Africa Wildlife Park (928)567-2840 - CAMP VERDE
    > www.outofafricapark.com
  • Peregrine Book Company - Susan (928) 445-9000 (books & events)
    > 219A North Cortez
    > www.peregrinebookcompany.com
  • Phippen Museum (928) 778-1385
    > 4701 Highway 89 N
    > www.phippenartmuseum.org
  • PhiSciences - Dr. Patrick Flanagan & Stephanie Sutton - CORNVILLE
    > www.phisciences.com
  • Phoenix Rising Healing
  • Poco Diablo Resort
  • P.O.P.S. Music Shop (928) 778-2010
    > 1450 Iron Springs Rd.
    > www.popsmusicstore.com
  • Prescott 4th Friday Artwalks
    > www.ArtThe4th.com
  • Prescott Athletic & Tennis Club (928) 227-3417
    > 1 Kingswood Dr.
    > www.prescottathleticclub.com
  • Prescott Audubon Society
    > www.prescottaudubon.org
  • Prescott Bulletin Board
    > www.facebook.com/groups/228143377300935/
  • Prescott Center for the Arts (venue)
    > 208 North Marina St.
    > www.pfaa.net
  • Prescott College & Granite Performing Arts Center
    > 218B N. Granite St.
  • Prescott Peace Dances  and Sufi Circle (928) 445-6506 or (928) 717-2017
    > www.prescottcircle.org
  • Prescott Good Governance - Marion Pack (928) 642-6788 or Barbara (928) 848-3914 or Eliaabeth Rufner (928) 445-5644
    > www.prescottgoodgovernance.org
  • Prescott International Folk Dancers (928) 445-7804 or (928) 925-8995
  • Prescott Public Library (books & events) (928) 777-1500
    > 215 E. Goodwin Street
    > www.prescottlibrary.info
  • Prescott Outdoors (event)
  • Prescott Spiritual Fair (928) 202-1179
  • Prescott Woman Magazine - Tim
    > www.prescottwoman.com
  • Prescott Yoga
  • Raven Cafe (928) 717-0009 (food & live music venue)
    > 142 N. Cortez
    > www.ravencafe.com
  • Rejuvenation & Performance Institute - Puma St. Angel (928) 649-0456
    > 1280 E. Willow Point Rd - CORNVILLE
  • Ripple Training - Steve Martin
  • Sedona Source Center: Your community network for the emerging culture! - John Light & Happy Oasis - (800) 640-5947 or (541) 778-8804
    > P.O. Box 2743 - SEDONA
    > www.SedonaSourceCenter.com
  • Sierra Strings Guitars - Don Cheek
  • Soldi Creative Cuisine (928) 777-0444
    > 111 Grove
  • Spirit Tipis (928) 442-3225 - SKULL VALLEY
    > www.spirittipis.com
  • Sprouts
  • Sukham Seminars (928) 771-0205 (events)
  • Sundance - John Lorenz (928) 445-5179 (native design)
  • Susan B. Kullman, M.S.W., Ph.D. (928) 445-0231 (relationship enhancement coach)
    > 222 W. Gurley
    > www.prescottlifecoach.com
  • Sutras
    > 124 S. Granite - PRESCOTT
  • SWC Prescott or 203 Organix (928) 778-5900 - PRESCOTT & TEMPE
    > State licensed medical marijuana dispensary
    > www.swarizona.com
  • Taj Mahal (928) 445-5752 (restaurant)
  • Thai Yoga Massage Therapy - Audrey Post (207) 776-5682
  • The Rolfing Studio - Janne Cooper Jacobelli (928) 443-9306
    > 111 Penn Ave.
  • Think4inc (printer cartridges)
    > 324 S. Montezuma (928) 777-9288
    > 3088 N Glassford Hill Rd. (928) 772- 0903 - PRESCOTT VALLEY
  • Tierra Wild (928) 350-8704
    > www.tierrawild.com
  • Tom Bird Seminars (928) 203-0265 - SEDONA
    > Write Your Bestseller in a Weekend
    > Rama John (928) 574-1616
    > www.tombird.com
  • Trader Joe's
  • Whole Foods Market
    > 1112 Iron Springs Rd. - PRESCOTT, FLAGSTAFF & SEDONA
  • Unity of Prescott
  • Urban Yoga Festival - OCTOBER 16th - 18th, 2015
    > www.theurbanyogafestival.com
  • Yoga Shala (928) 443-8973
    > 322 Gurley St.
  • Yavapai Metal Recycling
  • Yavapai College & Performing Arts Center (928) 445-7300
    > 1100 E Sheldon
    > www.yc.edu

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