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First Friday May
From the First Friday Facebook Page: Let’s set sail for summer! First Friday returns to Downtown Lake Havasu on May 7, 6-9P. All hands are on deck for the final First Friday of this season. (It returns September 2021) Gather your shipmates for a night of music, art, food and culture on McCullo... Read More
Girls Day Out
On March 6 at 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and March 7  9 a.m.- 4 p .m.  is Girls Day Out at The Shops at Lake Havasu.  The event is open to the public. Grab your girlfriends and check out vendors of local salons, clothing and fashion accessories. [caption id="attachment_44758" align="aligncenter" width... Read More
First Friday Holiday Market
On Friday, December 4, 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. is the First Friday Holiday Market located inside Yard City on McCulloch Blvd. Hot chocolate, homemade goods, and cupcakes from Smallcakes will be on hand. Here are the First Friday safety guidelines per their Facebook page: 50% Capacity Entry Mask and Sa... Read More

Egg-Sperience Easter is cancelled

This event is cancelled. Come as a family to egg-sperience Easter like never before! All ages are welcome from newborn to 100+! Do NOT come dressed in your Sunday best as you WILL get a little dirty! Call Community Presbyterian Church for location details (residential address) and to give us an ... Read More

Go Lake Havasu Newly Reimagined Visitor Information Center

Go Lake Havasu's Visitor Information Center sees approximately 100,000 tourists from all over the world in a year, and now it is newly redesigned to help welcome tourists to our beautiful city. Check it out on March 5th or 6th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 422 English Village.... Read More

Go Lake Havasu’s Newly Reimagined Visitor Information Center

Go Lake Havasu's Visitor Information Center sees approximately 100,000 tourists from all over the world in a year, and now it is newly redesigned to help welcome tourists to our beautiful city. Check it out on March 5th or 6th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 422 English Village.... Read More

Saguaro Day at Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

Bill Williams River NWR is located at the northernmost edge of the saguaro's range and is a unique feature of the landscape that provides habitat and food for everything from elf owls to white winged doves to javelina. Staff from Saguaro National Park in Tucson will be visiting to conduct a saguaro ... Read More

Replanting Native Trees at Mesquite Bay North

We will be replanting about 300 native riparian trees (Coyote & Gooddings Willows) "poles" or limbs after a wildfire last October. These poles are about 4-6 feet in length, about an inch in width. Holes will have been dug, so the work consists of placing the poles, back-filling the dirt/sand, th... Read More

North Dike Havasu National Wildlife Refuge Monthly Tours Starting 2-11-20

An opportunity to see and learn about the Refuge's habitat types and the plants and animals that use them. Tours are every 2nd Tuesday of the month through April 2020. Meet at Parking area at North Dike, Havasu NWR Directions: From Hwy I-40, take Exit 1 towards Golden Shores/Oatman. Turn right on ... Read More

Meet the Refuge

An opportunity to meet the Staff and Friends of the Bill Williams River & Havasu National Wildlife Refuges on January 16. Find out what we've been doing and what we are planning: new tours, more butterflies, and maybe some opportunities in your own backyard!... Read More