© Kingman Downtown Merchants Association Inc. 2017   All Rights Reserved.
Kingman Downtown  Merchants Association
Call Jamie at 928/530-2056 if you have an event to add. Also Check Out www.PromoteKingman.com and on Facebook for other events in our community!            Feb 2nd Comedy Night on Beale Street next show at The Grand Events Center with new big name comedians with your host #djlasounds sponsored by Promote Kingman, LA Sounds Entertainment and the Kingman Downtown Merchants Association. From 6 to 9:30pm          February 3 rd  2017 - Wyatt Earp - a descendant of the real Wyatt Earp, will be performing in Kingman at 2pm and 7pm in the Lee Williams High School auditorium. For more information go to www.wyattearp.biz.          February 4th starts at 5:00 Kingman Crossfit is having a fundraiser for the Nielsen Family and HOH will be hosting the After Party.  Raffle items, 50/50 raffle and beer specials.  Money raised goes towards the Nielsen Family!  Come and join us for a night to help a wonderful family!          February 4 th  – Kingman Elks Veterans Committee is having a Benefit Poker Run and Spaghetti Dinner. Registration fee for the Poker Run is $30.00 per person and includes the dinner.  Registration starts at 10:00 am at Station 66 (Thompson and Andy Devine) – 2 wheels or 4 it’s open to all. Dinner only tickets are available at the Elks Lodge 900 Gates Av.  - starting at 2:30 and run to 7:00 pm for a cost of $10.00 ea.  All proceeds will be donated to the Veterans Sportsman Alliance (VSA) Kingman Chapter. Call Lisa at 970/217-9215 for more information.          February 5 th  – Super Bowl Party at Valle Vista Country Club. Drink specials, appetizers and Larry’s homemade pizza.   Upcoming Events:          February 8 th  - Kingman Downtown Merchants Association Valentines Wine & Chocolate Walk from 3 to 6pm. Cost is $20 and each participant receives a commemorative wine glass and a map to various businesses downtown that will be providing wine and chocolate. Call 928/753-1143 for more information.          February 9th-18 th  Arizona Beer Week Come and join us at the House of Hops to celebrate locally made beer by enjoying a different Arizona Brewery every day! Drink specials every day!          February 10 th  – 12 th  is the Colorado River Bluegrass Festival at Rotary Park in Bullhead City. For more information call 928/763-9400 ext 303 or visit their website at http://coloradoriverbluegrassfestival.com.          Friday, February 10 th Family Indoor Bingo, Dinner & Dessert at Palo Christi Gym. 5:30-8:30 p.m., $5 pre- registration or $8 at the door, $1 for extra cards. Includes spaghetti, garlic, bread, salad, and bingo card. Call or register with Parks & Recreation at 928-757-7919.          February 11 th  – Sweetheart Golf Tournament at Valle Vista Golf Course. 9am shotgun start, $20 per person. 4 person scramble, pick your own team. Includes prizes, continental breakfast and lunch.          Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Mohave Community College’s Spring, 2017 Speakers Series planned in the MCC NCK Library “What’s So Funny?”  at 6:00 P.M. 1971 Jagerson Avenue Building 300, Room 303 in Kingman. What makes us laugh?  What do commedia dell’arte, the Marx Brothers, and the latest TV sitcom have in common? Even though the subjects of humor are highly cultural, the ways we make one another laugh are common to all humanity: laughter is basic to the human condition. This talk explores the fundamental means of comedy, using examples throughout history to show the shared basis of humor and laughter. This event is made possible by Arizona Humanities. Call Erin at 928-757-0856 for more information.          February 17 th  – 19 th  B17 Flying Fortress bomber will be on display at Kingman Airport with tours and flights available. Ground tours are $10 per person or $20 per family.          February 25 th  – Desert Diamond Distillery’s VIP Barrel Dinner starting at 6pm. Celebrating our next barrel coming out of the barrel room. This is a four course sit down dinner, each course cooked with one of our award-winning Rums. We will enjoy entertainment throughout dinner. This dinner includes h'orderves and two featured cocktails before dinner. Coffee and dessert is also included. Dessert is always a delicious treat that is kept a secret! A special taste & toast of our next barrel, the first official taste, will be at the end of dinner. We have special tastings planned and look forward to you taking part with us!! Not sure you want to stay in one of the fabulous hotels in Kingman? Bring your RV, and stay the night, our parking lot is big enough for everyone! No hookups but plenty of space! Those who want to sign up, please call Deborah @702-335-7448 for more info on hotels and places to stay in Kingman. TICKETS: $50 pp, must call Deborah Patt @ 702-335-7448 for reservations. Space is limited.          February 25 th  – Kingman Chamber of Commerce “Hollywood & Wine” event from 6 to 9pm at Beale Celebrations, 201 N 4 th  Street. Tickets are $40 per person or $75 per couple. Call 928/753-6253 for more information.          February 25 th  & 26 th  – NW Arizona Women’s Expo at Mohave County Fairgrounds Doors open at 10am. Call 928/897-8592 for more information.          Sunday, March 5, 2017- Women Making History at Mohave Museum of History & Arts. For more information call 928/681-3344.          March 11 th  – Kingman Powerhouse Kiwanis HIMBO Pageant at Beale Celebrations from 6 to 10pm          Saturday & Sunday, March 11 & 12 Family Campout starts at Saturday 4:00 p.m. and ends Sunday at 9:00 a.m. $8 per adult & $6 per child. Includes dinner, games, crafts, prizes, s’mores, campfire, movie and more. Call or register with Parks & Recreation at 928-757-7919. Must register by March 8th.          March 25 th  – Bridal Expo at Beale Celebrations from 10am to 4pm. Everything a bride needs to plan her special day with samples and raffle prizes plus a fashion show. Admission is $5 per person and each guest will receive a free bag. For more information call 928/530-2056.          Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Mohave Community College’s Spring Speakers Series planned in the MCC NCK Library “Art of the Internment Camp: Culture Behind Barbed Wire” at 6:00 P.M.  1971 Jagerson Avenue Building 300, Room 303 in Kingman President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s 1942 WWII Executive Order 9066 forced the removal of nearly 125,000 Japanese-American citizens from the west coast, incarcerating them in ten remote internment camps in seven states: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. Government photographers Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, and Ansel Adams documented the internment, and artists Toyo Miyatake, Chiura Obata, Isamu Noguchi, Henry Sugimoto, and Miné Okubo made powerful records of camp life. Arizona’s two camps (Gila River, Poston) were among the largest, and this chronicle illuminates an important episode of state history, one grounded in national agendas driven by prejudice and fear. This event is made possible by Arizona Humanities. Call Erin at 928-757-0856 for more information.  Ongoing Events          MOHAVE SPORTSWOMEN - A women’s group meets out at the Mohave Sportsman’s Club Seven Mile Hill Range the 3 rd  Saturday of every month with a class followed by range time.  Each month we have a different topic to teach women about firearms safety, Range Safety, and the different disciplines if firearms to include Handguns, Rifle, Shotguns, and Archery.  These classes are taught by volunteer NRA instructors.  For more information and times please contact Kristi Scroggins at 928-279-3358 or Sierra Hans 928-246-3118 or e-mail mohavesportswomen@yahoo.com.          Game Night Trivia every Tuesday night at 7:00pm at the House of Hops.           Bird Dancers perform every Tuesday & Thursday from 10am to 2pm at the Kingman Powerhouse Visitor Center. Free and open to the public.          Wine Tasting at Stetson Winery in Valle Vista every Friday and Saturday from 12 to 4; live music every Sunday from 4 to 7 pm.          Wine Tasting at Cella Winery in Valle Vista, Friday and Saturday from 11-5 and Sunday from 12 -6.          Rum Tasting & Cocktails at Desert Diamond Distillery, (Arizona's oldest craft distillery) 4875 Olympic Drive at the Kingman Airport Industrial Park, OPEN every day except Tuesday & Wednesdays , hours are 10am - 5pm, and until 6pm on Friday and Saturdays.  "Behind-the-scenes" Tours are $5 per person and Tastings of award winning rums & vodkas are $10.  Delicious craft cocktails are also available.  Call (928) 757-7611 for more information.  For the TOUR INFORMATION sheet, please email Deborah atd3dpatt@gmail.com.  Vanilla Extracts made here in Arizona are now available!  Tahitian vanilla beans are used and maturated in a craft base of clear white rum & dark rum made by Arizona's oldest craft distillery, Desert Diamond Distillery.  These local high end Vanilla Extracts are equal to your top of the line brands you would find on any grocery shelf.  At just $20 per bottle, this is a great gift or stocking stuffer for the holidays for those that love to cook or bake.  Now available online at www.desertdiamonddistillery.com.          Drop in Racquetball at Centennial Park Saturday 1-4p.m. Open to anyone 16 years & older (13-15 welcome with attended parent). For more info contact Parks & Recreation at 757-7919. $2 per person per day.          The Gunfighters are back in Chloride! The Chloride Historical Society presents High Desert Drifters, every first and third Saturday at High Noon in Chloride. The Drifters will perform skits that are suitable for all ages. Bring the whole family and enjoy the show. Donations are accepted.          For a good time in Chloride see the Frontiersmen perform Lively reenactments of the Old West. Family Fun starts at High Noon every 2nd and 4th Saturday Chloride Arizona.          Bike Night at the Hot Rod Cafe Wednesday nights from 6-8pm.  The featured charity this month is Sarah's House Child and Family Advocacy Center.  All Raffle proceeds and donations go to Sarah's House.          Every Friday night at 6:00pm you can meet at Bicycle Outfitters located at 3001 Stockton Hill RD for a beginners group mountain bike ride. Call 928-753-7538 for more information on other group rides.          Ultimate Night Frisbee League Is currently having sign-ups for the City of Kingman Parks and Rec for an Ultimate Frisbee League. If you want to come see what it is about they play Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Centennial Park Soccer field on Harrison St. The game starts at 7. Contact Megan at 715-7886 for more info or visit our Facebook page Ultimate Night Frisbee League.          Alpacas of the Southwest welcomes people to visit the ranch to get up close and personal with kid friendly alpacas. Tours are 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Thursday through Monday.  Cost is $6.00 a carload.  Please call first 702/338-7806 or 928/225-1450.           Every Saturday from 4 to 8pm is Cruise Night at the Magnuson Hotel (3100 E Andy Devine Avenue). Get together spot for classic cars.          Every Friday and Saturday night Canyon 66 Restaurant and Lounge DJ night from 8pm till midnight.          Every Saturday from 4 to 8pm is Cruise Night at the Magnuson Hotel (3100 E Andy Devine Avenue). Get together spot for classic cars.          Kingman Back Country Horsemen meet at Calico’s Restaurant the first Wednesday of each month for a no host dinner at 5:30 and meeting at 6:30 pm. Call Carol at 279-8154 or Brenda at 303-4911 for more information.          Weekly Schedule for High Desert 66 BMX - Mondays Sign Ups 5:30pm-6:30pm with Racing ASAP; Tuesdays - Training Clinics with BMX Hall of Fame Inductee Turnell Henry of Tuni’s Custom Opts BMX; Beginner/Novice Clinic 5:30pm-6:30pm; Intermediate/Expert Clinic 6:30pm-8:30pm; Saturdays - Sign Ups 10:00am-11:00am with Racing ASAP          The Brunch Bunch Motorcycle Riders have no dues, officers or egos. They ride on Sundays and Wednesdays and invite anyone to join the rides. Meet at Baker’s Chevron, 777 W Bale St at 8:30am, kick stands up at 9am. For more info call 928/530-2555          The Kingman Railroad Museum and Model Train Exhibit. 402 E. Andy Devine – Corner 4th. Street, 928-718-1440. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. and is operated by the Whistle Stop Railroad Club, a Non-Profit Organization, for the City of Kingman as an educational attraction. They have fixed Displays of Railroad Memorabilia including items from the Harvey House Days, replicas of early trains and items used in railroading the last 60 years.           Toastmasters Group meets the 1st and 3 rd  Thursday of each month in the Hualapai Conference Room at Kingman Regional Medical Professional Building located at 1739 Beverly Avenue from 5:45p-6:45p.  If you wish to improve your speaking skills, presentations and have fun, this could be the group for you.  Costs $65 (Includes $20 for starter kit) and then $45 per six months. Check out their website for additional information http://kingman.toastmastersclubs.org.    This email is for informational purposes only. Events are subject to change and you should always check with the event planner for final details
© Kingman Downtown Merchants Association 2017  All Rights Reserved
Kingman Downtown  Merchants Association
Call Jamie at 928/530-2056 if you have an event to add. Also Check Out www.PromoteKingman.com and on Facebook for other events in our community!            Feb 2nd Comedy Night on Beale Street next show at The Grand Events Center with new big name comedians with your host #djlasounds sponsored by Promote Kingman, LA Sounds Entertainment and the Kingman Downtown Merchants Association. From 6 to 9:30pm          February 3 rd  2017 - Wyatt Earp - a descendant of the real Wyatt Earp, will be performing in Kingman at 2pm and 7pm in the Lee Williams High School auditorium. For more information go to www.wyattearp.biz.          February 4th starts at 5:00 Kingman Crossfit is having a fundraiser for the Nielsen Family and HOH will be hosting the After Party.  Raffle items, 50/50 raffle and beer specials.  Money raised goes towards the Nielsen Family!  Come and join us for a night to help a wonderful family!          February 4 th  – Kingman Elks Veterans Committee is having a Benefit Poker Run and Spaghetti Dinner. Registration fee for the Poker Run is $30.00 per person and includes the dinner.  Registration starts at 10:00 am at Station 66 (Thompson and Andy Devine) – 2 wheels or 4 it’s open to all. Dinner only tickets are available at the Elks Lodge 900 Gates Av.  - starting at 2:30 and run to 7:00 pm for a cost of $10.00 ea.  All proceeds will be donated to the Veterans Sportsman Alliance (VSA) Kingman Chapter. Call Lisa at 970/217-9215 for more information.          February 5 th  – Super Bowl Party at Valle Vista Country Club. Drink specials, appetizers and Larry’s homemade pizza.   Upcoming Events:          February 8 th  - Kingman Downtown Merchants Association Valentines Wine & Chocolate Walk from 3 to 6pm. Cost is $20 and each participant receives a commemorative wine glass and a map to various businesses downtown that will be providing wine and chocolate. Call 928/753-1143 for more information.          February 9th-18 th  Arizona Beer Week Come and join us at the House of Hops to celebrate locally made beer by enjoying a different Arizona Brewery every day! Drink specials every day!          February 10 th  – 12 th  is the Colorado River Bluegrass Festival at Rotary Park in Bullhead City. For more information call 928/763-9400 ext 303 or visit their website at http://coloradoriverbluegrassfestival.com.          Friday, February 10 th Family Indoor Bingo, Dinner & Dessert at Palo Christi Gym. 5:30-8:30 p.m., $5 pre- registration or $8 at the door, $1 for extra cards. Includes spaghetti, garlic, bread, salad, and bingo card. Call or register with Parks & Recreation at 928-757-7919.          February 11 th  – Sweetheart Golf Tournament at Valle Vista Golf Course. 9am shotgun start, $20 per person. 4 person scramble, pick your own team. Includes prizes, continental breakfast and lunch.          Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Mohave Community College’s Spring, 2017 Speakers Series planned in the MCC NCK Library “What’s So Funny?”  at 6:00 P.M. 1971 Jagerson Avenue Building 300, Room 303 in Kingman. What makes us laugh?  What do commedia dell’arte, the Marx Brothers, and the latest TV sitcom have in common? Even though the subjects of humor are highly cultural, the ways we make one another laugh are common to all humanity: laughter is basic to the human condition. This talk explores the fundamental means of comedy, using examples throughout history to show the shared basis of humor and laughter. This event is made possible by Arizona Humanities. Call Erin at 928-757-0856 for more information.          February 17 th  – 19 th  B17 Flying Fortress bomber will be on display at Kingman Airport with tours and flights available. Ground tours are $10 per person or $20 per family.          February 25 th  – Desert Diamond Distillery’s VIP Barrel Dinner starting at 6pm. Celebrating our next barrel coming out of the barrel room. This is a four course sit down dinner, each course cooked with one of our award-winning Rums. We will enjoy entertainment throughout dinner. This dinner includes h'orderves and two featured cocktails before dinner. Coffee and dessert is also included. Dessert is always a delicious treat that is kept a secret! A special taste & toast of our next barrel, the first official taste, will be at the end of dinner. We have special tastings planned and look forward to you taking part with us!! Not sure you want to stay in one of the fabulous hotels in Kingman? Bring your RV, and stay the night, our parking lot is big enough for everyone! No hookups but plenty of space! Those who want to sign up, please call Deborah @702-335- 7448 for more info on hotels and places to stay in Kingman. TICKETS: $50 pp, must call Deborah Patt @ 702-335-7448 for reservations. Space is limited.          February 25 th  – Kingman Chamber of Commerce “Hollywood & Wine” event from 6 to 9pm at Beale Celebrations, 201 N 4 th  Street. Tickets are $40 per person or $75 per couple. Call 928/753-6253 for more information.          February 25 th  & 26 th  – NW Arizona Women’s Expo at Mohave County Fairgrounds Doors open at 10am. Call 928/897-8592 for more information.          Sunday, March 5, 2017- Women Making History at Mohave Museum of History & Arts. For more information call 928/681- 3344.          March 11 th  – Kingman Powerhouse Kiwanis HIMBO Pageant at Beale Celebrations from 6 to 10pm          Saturday & Sunday, March 11 & 12 Family Campout starts at Saturday 4:00 p.m. and ends Sunday at 9:00 a.m. $8 per adult & $6 per child. Includes dinner, games, crafts, prizes, s’mores, campfire, movie and more. Call or register with Parks & Recreation at 928-757-7919. Must register by March 8th.          March 25 th  – Bridal Expo at Beale Celebrations from 10am to 4pm. Everything a bride needs to plan her special day with samples and raffle prizes plus a fashion show. Admission is $5 per person and each guest will receive a free bag. For more information call 928/530-2056.          Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Mohave Community College’s Spring Speakers Series planned in the MCC NCK Library “Art of the Internment Camp: Culture Behind Barbed Wire” at 6:00 P.M.  1971 Jagerson Avenue Building 300, Room 303 in Kingman President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s 1942 WWII Executive Order 9066 forced the removal of nearly 125,000 Japanese-American citizens from the west coast, incarcerating them in ten remote internment camps in seven states: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. Government photographers Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, and Ansel Adams documented the internment, and artists Toyo Miyatake, Chiura Obata, Isamu Noguchi, Henry Sugimoto, and Miné Okubo made powerful records of camp life. Arizona’s two camps (Gila River, Poston) were among the largest, and this chronicle illuminates an important episode of state history, one grounded in national agendas driven by prejudice and fear. This event is made possible by Arizona Humanities. Call Erin at 928- 757-0856 for more information.  Ongoing Events          MOHAVE SPORTSWOMEN - A women’s group meets out at the Mohave Sportsman’s Club Seven Mile Hill Range the 3 rd   Saturday of every month with a class followed by range time.  Each month we have a different topic to teach women about firearms safety, Range Safety, and the different disciplines if firearms to include Handguns, Rifle, Shotguns, and Archery.  These classes are taught by volunteer NRA instructors.  For more information and times please contact Kristi Scroggins at 928-279-3358 or Sierra Hans 928-246-3118 or e-mail mohavesportswomen@yahoo.com.          Game Night Trivia every Tuesday night at 7:00pm at the House of Hops.           Bird Dancers perform every Tuesday & Thursday from 10am to 2pm at the Kingman Powerhouse Visitor Center. Free and open to the public.          Wine Tasting at Stetson Winery in Valle Vista every Friday and Saturday from 12 to 4; live music every Sunday from 4 to 7 pm.          Wine Tasting at Cella Winery in Valle Vista, Friday and Saturday from 11-5 and Sunday from 12 -6.          Rum Tasting & Cocktails at Desert Diamond Distillery, (Arizona's oldest craft distillery) 4875 Olympic Drive at the Kingman Airport Industrial Park, OPEN every day except Tuesday & Wednesdays , hours are 10am - 5pm, and until 6pm on Friday and Saturdays.  "Behind-the-scenes" Tours are $5 per person and Tastings of award winning rums & vodkas are $10.  Delicious craft cocktails are also available.  Call (928) 757-7611  for more information.  For the TOUR INFORMATION sheet, please email Deborah atd3dpatt@gmail.com.  Vanilla Extracts made here in Arizona are now available!  Tahitian vanilla beans are used and maturated in a craft base of clear white rum & dark rum made by Arizona's oldest craft distillery, Desert Diamond Distillery.  These local high end Vanilla Extracts are equal to your top of the line brands you would find on any grocery shelf.  At just $20 per bottle, this is a great gift or stocking stuffer for the holidays for those that love to cook or bake.  Now available online atwww.desertdiamonddistillery.com.          Drop in Racquetball at Centennial Park Saturday 1-4p.m. Open to anyone 16 years & older (13-15 welcome with attended parent). For more info contact Parks & Recreation at 757-7919. $2 per person per day.          The Gunfighters are back in Chloride! The Chloride Historical Society presents High Desert Drifters, every first and third Saturday at High Noon in Chloride. The Drifters will perform skits that are suitable for all ages. Bring the whole family and enjoy the show. Donations are accepted.          For a good time in Chloride see the Frontiersmen perform Lively reenactments of the Old West. Family Fun starts at High Noon every 2nd and 4th Saturday Chloride Arizona.          Bike Night at the Hot Rod Cafe Wednesday nights from 6- 8pm.  The featured charity this month is Sarah's House Child and Family Advocacy Center.  All Raffle proceeds and donations go to Sarah's House.          Every Friday night at 6:00pm you can meet at Bicycle Outfitters located at 3001 Stockton Hill RD for a beginners group mountain bike ride. Call 928-753-7538 for more information on other group rides.          Ultimate Night Frisbee League Is currently having sign-ups for the City of Kingman Parks and Rec for an Ultimate Frisbee League. If you want to come see what it is about they play Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Centennial Park Soccer field on Harrison St. The game starts at 7. Contact Megan at 715- 7886 for more info or visit our Facebook page Ultimate Night Frisbee League.          Alpacas of the Southwest welcomes people to visit the ranch to get up close and personal with kid friendly alpacas. Tours are 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Thursday through Monday.  Cost is $6.00 a carload.  Please call first 702/338-7806 or 928/225- 1450.           Every Saturday from 4 to 8pm is Cruise Night at the Magnuson Hotel (3100 E Andy Devine Avenue). Get together spot for classic cars.          Every Friday and Saturday night Canyon 66 Restaurant and Lounge DJ night from 8pm till midnight.          Every Saturday from 4 to 8pm is Cruise Night at the Magnuson Hotel (3100 E Andy Devine Avenue). Get together spot for classic cars.          Kingman Back Country Horsemen meet at Calico’s Restaurant the first Wednesday of each month for a no host dinner at 5:30 and meeting at 6:30 pm. Call Carol at 279-8154 or Brenda at 303-4911 for more information.          Weekly Schedule for High Desert 66 BMX - Mondays Sign Ups 5:30pm-6:30pm with Racing ASAP; Tuesdays - Training Clinics with BMX Hall of Fame Inductee Turnell Henry of Tuni’s Custom Opts BMX; Beginner/Novice Clinic 5:30pm- 6:30pm; Intermediate/Expert Clinic 6:30pm-8:30pm; Saturdays - Sign Ups 10:00am-11:00am with Racing ASAP          The Brunch Bunch Motorcycle Riders have no dues, officers or egos. They ride on Sundays and Wednesdays and invite anyone to join the rides. Meet at Baker’s Chevron, 777 W Bale St at 8:30am, kick stands up at 9am. For more info call 928/530-2555          The Kingman Railroad Museum and Model Train Exhibit. 402 E. Andy Devine – Corner 4th. Street, 928-718-1440. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. and is operated by the Whistle Stop Railroad Club, a Non-Profit Organization, for the City of Kingman as an educational attraction. They have fixed Displays of Railroad Memorabilia including items from the Harvey House Days, replicas of early trains and items used in railroading the last 60 years.           Toastmasters Group meets the 1st and 3 rd  Thursday of each month in the Hualapai Conference Room at Kingman Regional Medical Professional Building located at 1739 Beverly Avenue from 5:45p-6:45p.  If you wish to improve your speaking skills, presentations and have fun, this could be the group for you.  Costs $65 (Includes $20 for starter kit) and then $45 per six months. Check out their website for additional information  http://kingman.toastmastersclubs.org.    This email is for informational purposes only. Events are subject to change and you should always check with the event planner for final details