Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Yoga and meditation
Facilitated by Issa
contact- 310-435-6627
Sundays at 4pm – 916 Audrey St
Each week will focus on a different chakra.

Healing with Whole Foods and Music Potluck
Facilitated by Hugh
Contact- 714-928-2132
Sundays at 6pm – 916 Audrey St
We will talk about healing with plants and will practice healing through eating and music.

Basic Cooking Class
Facilitated by Chef Molly Beverly
Contact- café
Wednesdays from 2-3pm – Crossroads Café – 215 Garden St.
We will learn how to make a different food every week. Topics will be decided for the next week’s class.

Pickup Soccer
Wednesday at 5pm - Ken Lindley Park – 702 E. Gurley Street
All abilities are welcome to come and have fun!

Peace and Justice Center Events
Wednesdays at 6.30pm – Crossroads Center – 215 Garden St
Films, lectures, concerts, and discussions about social justice issues.

International Folk Dancing
Wednesdays at 7pm – Mile High Middle School – 300 S. Granite St
Contact- 928-776-4582

Drum and dance
Facilitated by Batya
Contact- 831-521-6496
Thursdays 6.30-8.30 – 218B N. Granite St
Rejoice, dance, drum, and play as we celebrate and uplift the human community spirit.

Quaker meeting
Facilitated by Adam
Contact- 215-847-1434
Thursdays at 9pm – 529 Dameron Dr
Group meditation inspired by the Quaker tradition.

Spanish/English Language and Cultural Exchange
Facilitated by Cassidy
Fridays from 6-8pm – 310 Grove Ave – Ironwood room B
Conversation in English and Spanish for 1 hour each. It is important to commit to being there for your partner every week.

Native American Dance Teachings
Facilitated by Ven. Dhyani Ywahoo
4th Saturday of each month - 9 am
1555 Iron Springs Road, Suite 8
contact - 480-734-6442

Hide Tanning
Facilitated by Jack
Weekends of March 27, April 3 and 10.
Call to RSVP - 503-459-3252
About 8 people are needed to make this possible. You won’t be able to keep any of the hide, but you will learn the process.

Food Not Bombs (FNB)
Food Not Bombs is an all vegan/vegetarian meal cooked at the Catalyst Infoshop at noon and served at 3pm at the Courthouse Square. FNB is free and sustained through volunteers and donations. Open to ALL.
Critical Mass
Last Friday of every month. An all inclusive bike ride to show Prescott “We are Traffic!” All ages. Route chosen to fit riders ability and comfort.
Meet at the Courthouse Square at 5.30, ride at 6.

Really Really Free Market (RRFM)
Last Saturday of every month at Granite Creek Park from 12-5pm. Bring an item, skill, game, or just yourself. Participate in a true gift economy.

April 3: SW Writers: “Where Myth Meets Spirit,” with Gerald McDermott and Linda Hogan at Yavapai College Library Community Room, 7pm
Contact- 928-776-2276

April 22: Book discussion on "Capirotada: A Nogales Memoir”
Prescott Public Library, 6-7.30pm
RSVP to 928-777-1541

Prescott Freeskool is a collective of folks who wish to decentralize the traditional learning structure and create and environment where all participants are empowered by each others knowledge. All classes are free, which promotes an inclusive space where all are welcome regardless of economic status, age, gender, or class.

To find out more, or to sign up to teach a class contact:
or stop by!
the catalyst infoshop
109 N. McCormick St.
Prescott AZ 86301