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Public Library Display for March 2015

Prescott Creeks, One Man’s Treasure, and Prescott College are all featured in the Prescott Public Library “Viewerie” for the month of March. Stop in and learn about Prescott Creeks’ accomplishments over the past 25 years, its ongoing collaborations with Prescott College and how One Man’s Treasure supports the missions of both organizations. Join us on

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Art About Town

Art for the upcoming One Man’s Treasure is viewable around town for the month of March. You will find pieces at the following locations: Van Gogh’s Ear                 Rick Hartner – A Different Twist                 Cindi & Joe Shaffer – The Whale                 Mary Schulte  – Frogzilla                 Joan Maloney  – Oh, What a Night

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What could you create?

You are invited to participate in “One Man’s Treasure”, an art exhibit and auction featuring fine art which celebrates upcycled materials and Prescott’s riparian treasures. This event was created to support the mission of Prescott Creeks Preservation Association: to achieve healthy watersheds and clean waters in Central Arizona for the benefit of people and wildlife

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Granite Dells Resort

As we get closer to One Man’s Treasure we are telling more and more people about the historic Granite Dells Resort. The Granite Dells Resort, once a draw for movie making, stars, and those wanting to be seen, is located among the rocks of the Dells. At one time it contained a swimming hole, dance hall,

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4th Friday Art Walk

Come out for 4th Friday Art Walk and see some of the art going to auction at One Man’s Treasure. Art for the show will be at: Tis Art Center and Gallery Van Gogh’s Ear The Frame & I Jay’s Bird Barn Granite Mountain Brewing Krieger Marcusen Gallery the Artful Eye Old Sage Book Store

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Fill is going up for Auction

Wouldn’t you love to have a recyclasaurus living in your yard? Imagine the surprise of visitors touring your garden when they’re greated by Fill, the recyclasaurus. Fill is a 9′ x 13′ dinosaur created out of upcycled materials by Royce and Juanita Carlson. He has spent the summer touring school and events teaching about the

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Everybody’s Place and Prescott Creeks

Creeks and homelessness may not seem like an obvious connection. Just like creeks and art, or homelessness and art, may not seem like a fit. The connection though is a very important one. One where trash effects water quality, which effects the homeless, which effects in return the levels of trash and water quality.  

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From Creek Trash to Art

The deadline for art submissions is coming up fast – Friday, August 3rd. In the past five years of Prescott Creeks organizing the annual Granite Creek Clean-up we have seen consistently large amounts of trash removed from our creeks and lakes. This year we volunteers separated true-trash from potential upcycle-able art materials. The art will

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Tsunami and Fill

From an article in the Courier: “Fill,” a 9-by-13-foot concoction of chicken wire that resembled a dinosaur, caught the eyes of onlookers near the steps on the north side of the courthouse building. The chicken wire houses plastic containers and aluminum cans that Prescott Creeks volunteers collected during a creek cleanup for Earth Day in

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One Man’s Treasure: Artist Prospectus

Prescott Creeks is looking for artists and other creative folks to turn creek trash into art. As part of an effort to bring awareness to the amount and types of trash pulled out of our area creeks and lakes during the annual Granite Creek Cleanup, and to keep some of that trash out of the

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One Man’s Treasure: Youth Show Prospectus

In the past five years of Prescott Creeks organizing the annual Granite Creek Cleanup we have seen consistently large amounts of trash removed from our creeks and lakes. This year we will separate true‐trash from potential upcycle‐able art supplies to be used by community members. The art will then be displayed as part of an

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