Pop the cork! It's time for a celebration.
It's not just about RiverScene Magazine celebrating its third anniversary, it's about the RiverScene Magazine celebration of Lake Havasu City for the past three years.
Yes, for three years, RiverScene has been telling the stories of the Lake Havasu co...
The Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair is returning to the skies Jan. 19-21 with more than 50 balloons and in excess of 100 vendors.
With the new year comes new changes for the event. The primary change is the location.
Originally stationed at the Nautical Inn golf course, the festivals ...
There is more than meets the grill of a Volkswagen Bus. Inside, secrets, adventures and stories abound. What truly makes the VW culture such an iconic community is not the vessels themselves, but the drivers behind every wheel.
Every January, the crazy, kooky and down-to-earth trek from across th...
On Thursday afternoon, Lake Havasu City’s elementary school music programs got a special delivery: 35 new guitars and cases for local students.
“We are so thankful,” said Erica Suetterlin, an elementary music teacher for Lake Havasu Unified School District. “The fact that we’re getting ...
Grace Arts Live invites audiences to enter a “world of pure imagination” Jan. 12-14 and 19-21 with its production of “Willy Wonka.”
This musical stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic story features Grace Arts Live veteran Tyler Fallis as Willy Wonka, an eccentric candy-maker who devi...
The Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce boasts a small staff of only five employees. With a large business community to serve and a full calendar of special events, the chamber relies on a secret weapon to make it all happen – the ambassadors.
“It is a wide net cast with the ambassador progr...
Arizona Humanities speaker and historian Bernard Wilson kicked off the Lake Havasu Museum of History’s event series for the new year Tuesday, with a presentation titled “From Maiden Lane to Gay Alley: Prostitution in Tucson, 1880-1912.”
Wilson’s presentation covered information ...
This week's nonprofit spotlight features The River Cities United Way. For more information on the United Way, watch this video by Myriad Studios.
Havasu 95 Speedway jump started the year with the first race of 2018 Saturday night.
The sold-out evening was packed with events, beginning with qualifying races for the nights main attractions.
After 30 laps, No. 77, Danny French won the pony stock race.
Saturday, a very familiar annual event took place.
The Lake Havasu City 45th Polar Bear Day Plunge began at noon and aside from the relative non-“polar” conditions, those participating felt the chill of the waters of the lake.
Bethany Hardin, of host organization Havasu Boat and Ski Club, ...