Kingman Events and More

Published by The Bee News

March 23, 2024

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From Kingman Office of Tourism

March 19 – 24 – Scavenger Egg Hunt – The hunt isn’t just about finding eggs; it’s a time for laughter, fun, and creating wonderful memories. Families and friends can enjoy the festivities together and cheering on the little ones. There’s a golden egg hidden in strategic locations at our parks, promising even more exciting prizes to those lucky enough to find them! The eggs will be cleverly hidden beneath bushes, behind trees, and tucked away in secret spots. Some are out in the open, while others might require a keen eye to discover. As everyone gathers their eggs, they can exchange them for delightful treats and surprises at Parks & Recreation office located at 3333 Harrison St. The only way to participate is to follow us on Facebook and look for clues in the designated week. All eggs must be turned in by April 2 (P&R Office closed 4/1/24). Dates: March 12 – 17, March 19 – 24, March 26 – 31 Ages: All ages Cost: FREE Location: TBA clues will be announced on Facebook page (City of Kingman, Parks). 

March 22 – Mohave Artist & Craftsmen Guild Art Exhibition – Join us at the Sara Peterson Gallery for the Mohave Artist and Craftsman Guild’s Art Exhibition!  208 East Beale St. Doors open 5:00pm on March 22nd. 

March 22 & 23 – The Imaginary Invalid – The Imaginary Invalid is a classic comedy in three acts by the great French playwright Molière and was first performed in 1673. It’s the story about a hypochondriac who tries to arrange a marriage between his doctor and his daughter to save him money on his medical bills! His plan sounds well and good but what would happen if she was already in love with someone else? Come see for yourself how this outrageous comedy unfolds! The production of The Imaginary Invalid is directed by Kristie Uhler. Get your tickets today! Tickets available at https://kca.ludus.com/index.php March 22nd 7pm March 23rd 1pm & 7pm Located at Lee Williams High School, 4182 N Bank St.

March 23 – Spring Opener Car & Bike Show – Presented by Mother Road Harley-Davidson and Timeless Cruisers Car Club. Join us for a day filled with live entertainment, mouth-watering food trucks, 50/50 raffle benefitting the Kingman Special Olympics and more! Limited spots available. 11am to 3pm. Located at 2501 Beverly Ave. 928.757.1166

March 23 & 24 – 2nd Annual Mesquite Weekend – Mesquite Weekend is all about learning how to use, eat, grow, and promote the three native Arizona Mesquite trees: Screwbean, Honey, and Velvet as part of a more sustainable life. To that end, the weekend will have workshops, food demonstrations, exercise clinics, vendors, and opportunities to meet and hang out with like-minded folks. Come on out to Golden Valley, Arizona (a hamlet nestled between Kingman and Bullhead City) to taste mesquite in its many forms, meet other people interested in permaculture, homesteading, natural living, and of course, the three awesome native Arizona Mesquite trees, and enjoy a slow weekend in a small town right off of historic route 66. Visit http://www.gvmesquiteweekend.com/ for more event information. 

March 26 – 31 – Scavenger Egg Hunt –The hunt isn’t just about finding eggs; it’s a time for laughter, fun, and creating wonderful memories. Families and friends can enjoy the festivities together and cheering on the little ones. There’s a golden egg hidden in strategic locations at our parks, promising even more exciting prizes to those lucky enough to find them! The eggs will be cleverly hidden beneath bushes, behind trees, and tucked away in secret spots. Some are out in the open, while others might require a keen eye to discover. As everyone gathers their eggs, they can exchange them for delightful treats and surprises at Parks & Recreation office located at 3333 Harrison St. The only way to participate is to follow us on Facebook and look for clues in the designated week. All eggs must be turned in by April 2 (P&R Office closed 4/1/24). Dates: March 12 – 17, March 19 – 24, March 26 – 31 Ages: All ages Cost: FREE Location: TBA clues will be announced on Facebook page (City of Kingman, Parks). 

March 30 – Breakfast with the Easter Bunny – Sponsored By: Golden Corral – The Recreation Department has teamed up with Golden Corral to offer the community a breakfast with the Easter Bunny. Bring the whole family for breakfast in the company of your furry friend! For more info, call the Recreation Department at 928.757.7919. Date: Saturday, March 30th Time: 8:00-10:00 a.m. Cost: TBD pick up discount vouchers at the Parks & Rec office at 3333 Harrison St. Location: Golden Corral – 3580 Stockton Hill Rd.

March 30 – Kingman’s Market in the Park Easter Event – Come on down for our opening to our 2024 Market Season as our Easter Event kicks it off! Several vendors offering a variety of products from baked goods to handmade items. Face painters! Food and drink vendors! Of course, our annual Easter Egg Fun Run. Don’t forget the Raffle Table! 8am to 3pm. Located at Lewis Kingman Park, 2201 E Andy Devine Ave  

March 30 – Grand Opening Easter Egg Hunt – Join us for our Grand Opening! Bring the whole family! We’ll have face painting, a baby goat petting zoo, a bouncy house, and an Easter egg hunt. There will be golden egg prizes and a giant raffle basket! The raffle basket will include free services including: A lash set from Beauty by Inann A facial by Dolled Up Beauty Bar Palm size tattoo from Secret Glam Society A piercing from Wolfman Jeff A massage from Root Nutrition A nail set from Evergreen Beauty Co And more!! Free cotton candy and popcorn. The Cornman will be onsite! Other snacks provided by Root Nutrition. We can’t wait to see you there!! Saturday, March 30th, from 12pm to 5pm. Located at 114 Tucker St, Suite 8.

March 30, April 6 – Kingman Farmers Market at Thunder-Rode – We have been providing our community with fresh, local seasonal produce and supporting Kingman’s local artists and craftspeople through every season for several years. We also support our local bands who are known to entertain the market crowds. The Kingman Farmers Market, located in the Thunder-Rode Event Center, 102 E Beale St. The Kingman Farmers Market will take place every Saturday in the Thunder-Rode Event Center as long as weather is permitting. Spring, Fall, and Winter hours are 9am-1pm. Summer hours are 8am-Noon.

April 6 – 2nd Annual Salute Our Troops Car Show – Come join MCC’s Bighorn Veterans Service Organization (BVSO) for their 2nd Annual Salute Our Troops Car Show! Open to all makes and models of all year ranges. Bring your car, truck, or motorcycle out for a day of fun. Registration is $20 for cars and trucks, $10 for motorcycles. The first 100 vehicles will receive a commemorative coin. Check out the vendors, food trucks, student clubs, and animal adoptions from Mohave County Animal Shelter. BVSO is sponsoring a limited number of adoptions for veterans with ID, so come meet your new best friend furever! Do you love the smell of burnt rubber? If so, there is a burnout competition just for you! The best burnout takes home a custom trophy. Over 20 trophies available for lucky participants! Judging will be at 1pm, awards will be presented at 3pm. Located at 1971 Jagerson Ave.

April 6 & 7 – Family Outdoor Campout – Join us for the tenth annual Centennial Park Outdoor Family Campout. Spend the evening relaxing and let us take care of the activities for you and your family. Join in on some glow-in-the-dark fun, listen to a story by the campfire, enjoy an outdoor movie, roast marshmallows, do a craft, play a game, or just relax in the grass and gaze at the stars. Wake up to a warm breakfast and leave with memories that you can talk about with your family and friends for a long time! Fees will include activities, dinner & dessert Saturday evening, and breakfast Sunday morning. You will need to provide your own camping gear, any extra drinks (no alcohol allowed) and snacks for the event. You will receive an itinerary and list of things to bring and not bring at time of registration. Deadline to register is March 27 at Noon. For further information please contact Sandy at 928.692.3109. Date: Saturday-Sunday, April 6-7 Start Time: 2:00 p.m. Saturday (check-in begins) End Time: 10:00 a.m. Sunday Age: All (Adult supervision for 17 & under) Cost: $15 per adult / $12 per child Location: Centennial Park Fields 6 & 7

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