Camp Verde Business Alliance Meeting

Monday, 11/26 @6:00p-7:30p CVBA meets monthly in the Terracotta Room:

Caregiver Support Group

Friday, 10/26 & 11/16 @12:30p - 1:30p in the Copper Room - Sponsored by NACOG Area Agency on Aging: Give yourself a break! come learn about resources and find peer support from other caregivers. Free and open to the public.

Computer Support/Users Group

Wednesday, 10/17 @2:30p in the Center: The session will start at the very beginning, how to turn the thing on, the basic parts of a computer, and  what you see on the first screen available. THEN, on the third Wednesday of every month, Gerry will facilitate a computer support group for users who need one-on-one help with specific tasks/questions. If we don't know the answer, we'll figure it out together.

Essential Oils Classes

Wednesday, 10/10 & 24 and 11/14 & 28 @5:30p-7:30p - Essential Oils Continuing Education Class with Michele Wininger - Learn to use essential oils for a variety of health benefits. For more information contact Michele at 928-897-7303.

Saturday, 10/20 and 11/17 @10:30a-12:30p - Essential Oils Continuing Education Class with Michele Wininger - Learn to use essential oils for a variety of health benefits. For more information contact Michele at 928-897-7303..

Federal Casework Assistance

Friday, 10/19 and 11/16 9:00a-11:30a Federal Casework Assistance: US Congressman, Tom O'Halleran, Representing Arizona's 1st District: Providing Federal Casework Assistance in the Center.

For Photographers

Thursday, 10/25 3:00p-4:00p ABCs of Taking Better Photographs: A fun, itneractive class taught by Bill Helm. Bring your camera and your camera’s instruction manual, and learn not only about photography but to better understand your camera. The classes will help you get to know your camera and learn how to be more creative with your photography. Discover editing tips and learn  how to use photo-editing software. Learn how to email and post photos online.

Thursday, 10/25 4:00p-5:30p Verde Valley Photographic Society: The science of good photography does not have remain a mystery. Join this group of photographic artists wishing to make a statement with their art. Interested in Photography? All over 18 years old are welcome! Come, share your photos. If digital, bring your flash drive - we'll show them on a screen. If hard copy, bring your photos. Learn how to use your camera, create pleasing compositions – and more! Come, Amateur photographers - Professionals! Learn more about photography. Bring samples of your work, prints or flash drive. We'll share. It's fun!

For Readers & Writers

Tuesday, 10/09 & 11/13 @10:00a-noon - Open Book Book Club a book club for readers sharing with readers. Come and tell other readers about books you've read. Meets monthly, the 2nd Tuesday.

Monday, 10/15 & 11/19 @10:00a-noon - Writing for Fun & More 
Bring a sample of your writing to share. All forms: short stories, essays, memoir, poetry. All are welcome. Meets monthly, the 3rd Monday. Special guest Anne Metlay, author of It Happened in the Cottonwood Public Library Parking Lot at November's meeting. Anne will share tips for writig memoir.

Grief Support Group

Friday, 10/03 & 19 and 11/02 & 16 @9:00a - Northern AZ Hospice Bereavement Group (928) 639-6676. Meets in the Key Lime Room. Are you greiveing the loss of a loved one? Would you like a safe place to

  • meet new people?
  • be with other who understand?
  • talk with others experiencing similar thoughts and emotions?

Northern AZ Hospice Bereavement Groups are open to everyone.

Lions Club of Camp Verde

Thursday, 10/11 & 25 and 11/8 @6:00p - Club Meetings in the Key Lime Room: Special Eye Screening event on Monday, 10/22 from 9:00a - 4:00p

Medicare Information Seminar

Wednesday, 10/17 @4:30p - Turning 65 and new to Medicare? Already on Medicare and just want an update? Join us in the Key Lime Room for an informational seminar on the different parts of Medicare and your options. Please RSVP to Gail Sauers at 602-571-9523.

Friday 10/19 @10:00a, Wednesday 10/31 @2:00p, Thursday 11/29 @10:00a - Turning 65 and new to Medicare? Already on Medicare and just want an update? Join us in the Key Lime Room for an informational seminar on the different parts of Medicare and your options. Please RSVP to Aetna Rep, Doug Parish 602-261-8140.

Mobile Device Users Group

Tuesday, 10/16 & 11/20 @4:00p-5:00p Meet with PC Helpdesk Library Clerk, Wendy in the Center. You've Got It! Now You've Got to Use It! Wendy, Library Clerk @the PC Help Desk gives one-on-one assistance with your own personal device. This is a group for people helping people. Bring your tablet, smartphone or laptop and get the help you need. Meets monthly, the 3rd Tuesday.

Music in the Stacks

Thursday, 10/11 and 11/08 @5:30p-7:30p - A FREE montly concert series showcasing local musicians who entertain regularly in Northern Arizona. There are 5-7 different performers during the show, with a rotating variety each month. â€‹June’s concert features the following talented local musicians: Jo Berger, Ray Sealing, Jack Wilden, Mike McReynolds and Matt Fabritz.  These free concerts will continue the second Thursday of every month at the same time and location.    

Parenting Class

Wednesday, Weekly @3:00p in the Copper Room: Do you have questions or concerns as a parent or guardian? Join Wendy McCants, of Human Resources Training: Building Families Strengthening Lives, in a unique parenting support group. Learn about parenting resources, skills and tips while your children enjoy Story Time with Ms. Nadia. 

Spring Chickens Gathering

Wednesday, 10/03 & 11/07 @10:00a-noon in the Terracotta Room: Join us on the first Wednesday of every month for Historical Storytelling led by Jane Goddard. Relive the past, and share your stories over coffee and donuts. This gathering is for those who have a history in the Verde Valley, or want to learn more about the old way of life. We're not Old Timers, we're Spring Chickens!

Verde Valley Special Needs Support Group

Thursday, 0/21 6:00p Verde Valley Special Needs Support Group: Our children have Downs syndrome, seizure disorder, feeding tubes, premature birth, deafness, autism spectrum disorder, spina bifida, the list goes on. I hated the hard surgeries for my son, but one mother wished her child had a condition that doctors could fix. I struggled with how to respond to strangers that point and stare, but another mother wanted her child's condition to be visibly obvious so strangers would understand why he wasn't doing what other 9-year-old boys did. It is powerful to simply congregate with other parents whose children have special needs, hear the variation in stories, see the experience refracted through the crystal of multiple identities. Because I've learned on this parenting journey, no one is behind me, no one is in front of me. I am exactly where I need to be with my child. A place where we all are students and we all are teachers.

Women's Support Group

Wednesdays, Weekly @6:00p-7:30p in the Key Lime Room: We live in a place where women's voices are often silenced. This group offers a safe and judgment-free environment supporting the richness and complexity of women's lives. A place where your experiences will be acknowledged and honored. A place to give and receive support for the many issues we struggle with as women such as self-esteem, identity, relationships, family, health and so much more. Rediscover your own voice and experience great healing and empowerment. Call 928-593-9528 for more information.