Allied Arts Council of Lake Havasu City   Allied Arts promotes the next generation of artists by awarding scholarships to young people at least 14 years old who display talent in art, drama, dance, or music.  The Council offers grants for art projects that benefit the community.  AlliedArtslLHC.org

Allied Arts Council of Lake Havasu City

Allied Arts promotes the next generation of artists by awarding scholarships to young people at least 14 years old who display talent in art, drama, dance, or music.

The Council offers grants for art projects that benefit the community. AlliedArtslLHC.org

  Havasu Area Public Art   (HAPA) is a new organization dedicated to encouraging public art in Lake Havasu City. It plans to enhance the beauty of the city, provide a reason for visitors to stay longer and provide our residents with fine public art. Art work will focus on themes that relate to Lake Havasu City. Currently the group is compiling a list of public art pieces of interest in the city and working on its first art project. Your support is appreciated, and to participate in HAPA please call President Dick Rounds at (928) 486-1458.

Havasu Area Public Art

(HAPA) is a new organization dedicated to encouraging public art in Lake Havasu City. It plans to enhance the beauty of the city, provide a reason for visitors to stay longer and provide our residents with fine public art. Art work will focus on themes that relate to Lake Havasu City. Currently the group is compiling a list of public art pieces of interest in the city and working on its first art project. Your support is appreciated, and to participate in HAPA please call President Dick Rounds at (928) 486-1458.

  Havasu Art Guild   The Havasu Art Guild includes more than 100 visual artists and artisans. The objective of the Guild is to promote interest in the arts and provide local students with scholarships. Permanent galleries are maintained at the Aquatic Center and a 3D showcase at the library.    Havasuartguild.com

Havasu Art Guild

The Havasu Art Guild includes more than 100 visual artists and artisans. The objective of the Guild is to promote interest in the arts and provide local students with scholarships. Permanent galleries are maintained at the Aquatic Center and a 3D showcase at the library. 

Havasuartguild.com

 
  Havasu Balloon Festival    Visit our year round store at 2109 McCulloch Blvd. Unit #1 (928) 505-2440 or  havasuballoonfest.com  

Havasu Balloon Festival

 Visit our year round store at 2109 McCulloch Blvd. Unit #1 (928) 505-2440 or havasuballoonfest.com 

  Havasu Stitchers   The purpose of this organization is to contribute to the knowledge of & to promote the appreciation of fine quilts; to sponsor & support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth of knowledge of quilting techniques, textiles, patterns, history and quilt makers through education. Started in 1992, we now have 150+ members.  Affiliated with the Arizona Quilters Guild (AQG). Our general membership meeting is held the 2nd Thursday of every month at Quality Inn, 271 Lake Havasu Ave, LHC, AZ, 86403 at 6:30 p.m. Classes offered are taught by our own members, presented by educators, made available through the AQG, or by members of the quilting community. Our winter retreat “Quilting at the Lake” is in January. We are committed to giving back to our local area through Community Outreach, when members meet monthly and stitch quilted projects and items that are donated. In March we celebrate National Quilt Day, where we display our skills and collect non-perishable food to help supplement our local Food Bank.  Info: 928-453-3673

Havasu Stitchers

The purpose of this organization is to contribute to the knowledge of & to promote the appreciation of fine quilts; to sponsor & support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth of knowledge of quilting techniques, textiles, patterns, history and quilt makers through education. Started in 1992, we now have 150+ members.  Affiliated with the Arizona Quilters Guild (AQG). Our general membership meeting is held the 2nd Thursday of every month at Quality Inn, 271 Lake Havasu Ave, LHC, AZ, 86403 at 6:30 p.m. Classes offered are taught by our own members, presented by educators, made available through the AQG, or by members of the quilting community. Our winter retreat “Quilting at the Lake” is in January. We are committed to giving back to our local area through Community Outreach, when members meet monthly and stitch quilted projects and items that are donated. In March we celebrate National Quilt Day, where we display our skills and collect non-perishable food to help supplement our local Food Bank.

Info: 928-453-3673

  Lake Havasu City Lighthouse Club      Lake Havasu Lighthouse Club was formed in the year 2000 by a group of concerned citizens to fill the need for more navigational lights on the lake. They achieved this by building replicas of famous lighthouses. There are twenty-five replica structures 12 to 30 feet in height, built and maintained by the volunteers of the Lighthouse Club. They are lit by solar powered Coast Guard approved lights. Several boaters have told us they felt the lights have saved their lives. Capital to keep the lights lit comes via fundraisers and public donations. We offer a full colored illustrated book of the original and replica lighthouses with narratives for a $10 donation.  For information or to get involved call Linda 928-855-4819. 

Lake Havasu City Lighthouse Club 

Lake Havasu Lighthouse Club was formed in the year 2000 by a group of concerned citizens to fill the need for more navigational lights on the lake. They achieved this by building replicas of famous lighthouses. There are twenty-five replica structures 12 to 30 feet in height, built and maintained by the volunteers of the Lighthouse Club. They are lit by solar powered Coast Guard approved lights. Several boaters have told us they felt the lights have saved their lives. Capital to keep the lights lit comes via fundraisers and public donations. We offer a full colored illustrated book of the original and replica lighthouses with narratives for a $10 donation.

For information or to get involved call Linda 928-855-4819. 

 
  Lake Havasu Museum of History    hosts exhibits depicting the history of our area from early indigenous people to the present. Permanent and seasonal exhibits include mining, steamboats, Parker Dam, the London Bridge, and the evolution of our city. Activities for children, displays by local artists, a research library, Museum Store and volunteer opportunities are available at the Museum. Admission: $5 adults; children under 13, Historical Society members free.  Hours: Oct — Apr: Tue thru Sat 10 am — 4 pm; May — Sept: Tue thru Sat 10 am ­— 2 pm Location: 320 London Bridge Road, LHC, AZ 86403 Info: 928-854-4938  havasumuseum.com

Lake Havasu Museum of History

hosts exhibits depicting the history of our area from early indigenous people to the present. Permanent and seasonal exhibits include mining, steamboats, Parker Dam, the London Bridge, and the evolution of our city. Activities for children, displays by local artists, a research library, Museum Store and volunteer opportunities are available at the Museum. Admission: $5 adults; children under 13, Historical Society members free.

Hours: Oct — Apr: Tue thru Sat 10 am — 4 pm;
May — Sept: Tue thru Sat 10 am ­— 2 pm
Location: 320 London Bridge Road, LHC, AZ 86403
Info: 928-854-4938 havasumuseum.com

  Lake Havasu Unified School District   is a strong supporter of the Arts in Lake Havasu City. We believe it is important to expose children to the Arts at an early age. Students from elementary through high school have the opportunity to participate in band, choir, dramatics, and visual art experiences. Students also present public performances throughout the city at various events, as well as have their visual art displayed at district sites and in local art shows. The District also supports the Arts by having its Performing Arts Center and Little Theater available for rental to the general public. This allows for local and outside groups to bring a wider variety of Arts to Lake Havasu City. For more information on how to rent these facilities contact Denise Corona at the District Office, 928-505-6915    www.havasu.k12.az.us

Lake Havasu Unified School District

is a strong supporter of the Arts in Lake Havasu City. We believe it is important to expose children to the Arts at an early age. Students from elementary through high school have the opportunity to participate in band, choir, dramatics, and visual art experiences. Students also present public performances throughout the city at various events, as well as have their visual art displayed at district sites and in local art shows. The District also supports the Arts by having its Performing Arts Center and Little Theater available for rental to the general public. This allows for local and outside groups to bring a wider variety of Arts to Lake Havasu City. For more information on how to rent these facilities contact Denise Corona at the District Office, 928-505-6915

www.havasu.k12.az.us

  Mohave Community College   offers an extensive program in visual art, including ceramics, sculpture (bronze casting facilities), painting, drawing, and visual communications (computer imaging/design) Classes are instructed by accredited professional artist/teachers, and credits can be transferred to Arizona’s colleges and universities. Our graduates have been successfully employed in industrial and graphic design, as fine artists, and in art education and administration. Students of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us in our new $2.2 million, state of the art studio facilities for each fall, spring, and summer semesters. All studio courses may be audited for personal enrichment. In addition, the college offers short-term, leisure/craft classes instructed by talented facilitators throughout the year. 

Mohave Community College

offers an extensive program in visual art, including ceramics, sculpture (bronze casting facilities), painting, drawing, and visual communications (computer imaging/design) Classes are instructed by accredited professional artist/teachers, and credits can be transferred to Arizona’s colleges and universities. Our graduates have been successfully employed in industrial and graphic design, as fine artists, and in art education and administration. Students of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us in our new $2.2 million, state of the art studio facilities for each fall, spring, and summer semesters. All studio courses may be audited for personal enrichment. In addition, the college offers short-term, leisure/craft classes instructed by talented facilitators throughout the year.