Story Time at the Book Exchange

lake havasu city book store

Story Time Monday through Thursday at The Book Exchange all summer long at 10am

Coloring Activity, Snack and Drink Included!

1761 McCulloch Blvd. 
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
928-453-4043

Open Monday – Saturday 9-5pm

New and used Books
**  Buy – Sell – Trade **

Leanin’ Tree Greeting Cards
Melissa and Doug Toys
Home Decor
Book Accessories and more! 

Summer reading for kids

Book Exchange’s Summer Reading Fun  for kids
*Log every book your child reads in June, July and August into our Book Log and the
Book Exchange will award one Book Exchange Book Buck per book.
*Each Book Buck enters you into our monthly drawing and will be redeemable for discounts.
*Each month we’ll pick one child to win a $25 gift certificate!

For more details call or visit our facebook page

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Custom home builder in Lake Havasu City, AZ

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Looking for an exception builder in Lake Havasu City to build your next home?
Lambert Custom builders is one of the premier builders in Lake Havasu City and has been building beautiful home in Lake Havasu City for over 30 years!
Contact us today! 928-275-1152

New Years Eve in Lake Havasu City

Uptown Countdown to the new year

Staff Reports
Today’s News-Herald
Published Wednesday, December 21, 2011 12:00 AM MST

IF YOU GO:

 

3rd Annual Uptown Countdown on Main Street

Organized by the local Main Street Association

WHAT: The event is now open to families (previous years entrants had to be at least 21 years old); three stages will feature a total of 10 bands and two firework shows at 8 p.m. and midnight. A kid zone will have face painting, karaoke, bounce houses and inflatable televisions for video games

WHEN: 4 p.m. to midnight, Dec. 31

WHERE: On Main Street (McCulloch Boulevard) from Smoketree to Mulberry Avenues, Main Street will be closed to allow entrants to drink alcohol throughout the event

COST: Adults: $10 pre-sale, $15 at the gate (cash only); Youth ages 6-16 $5 (both pre-sale and gate, must be accompanied by an adult), children ages five and younger, free; family pack: two adults and two youth $25; tickets can be purchased online at: www.lhcmainstreet.com. Also check the website for a list of local businesses that will be selling tickets prior to the event

MORE INFO: Call 928-230-8076 or e-mail: nye@lhcmainstreet.com

New Charter School to Open Soon in Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City’s newest public charter school is holding a meeting to introduce its principal and school curriculum.Julia Angel, from the Phoenix area, will be leading Havasu Preparatory Academy, a kindergarten through eighth-grade school. The school is operated by The Leona Group, which also oversees an estimated 18 middle and high schools throughout Arizona. The company also has schools in Ohio, Indiana, Florida and Michigan.

Renovations have begun at the campus, which will be located in the former Desert Technology High School at 3155 Maricopa Ave.

Parents can attend the “Meet the Principal” night scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at the Lake Havasu Aquatic Center at 100 Park Ave. The company will also introduce many of its Phoenix-based support staff, according to a press release.

Angle will present the school’s curriculum and answer questions about the academy, the release states.

Parents can enroll their students at the meeting and also at the temporary enrollment office located at 3269 Maricopa Ave., Suite 128.

School is scheduled to open Aug. 24.

For more information on the company, go to: www.leonagroup.com.

You may contact the reporter at jleatherman@havasunews.com

ASU coming to Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City is one step closing to getting a major 4 year university to town. For months the Foundation for Higher education and the City of Lake Havasu have been working hard to bring a 4 year university to town. Now Arizona State University has jumped on the opportunity to occupy the old Daytona Middle School and turn it in to a satellite campus here in Mohave County. This is big news for the Lake Havasu City and presents great opportunities.  Now about $2 million needs to be raised at the private level in order to see this dream take place. Read the press releases below for more info.

Arizona State University to proceed with Lake Havasu campus

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY News Release,  Feb. 17, 2011

http://www.havasunews.com/articles/2011/02/18/news/news_updates/doc4d5d662fbda2e159343848.txt

ASU slated to open campus here

By JACKIE LEATHERMAN
Today’s News-Herald

Published Thursday, February 17, 2011 11:11 AM MST

http://www.havasunews.com/articles/2011/02/18/news/breaking_news/doc4d5d64cee38f1134485378.txt

ASU announces plan to come to Havasu campus

Opening is conditional on a local foundation raising $2M

By JACKIE LEATHERMAN
Today’s News-Herald
Published Friday, February 18, 2011 12:29 PM MST

http://www.havasunews.com/articles/2011/02/18/news/doc4d5df7968ba24531570717.txt

Patriot Days in Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City, AZ was recently dubbed “The Most Patriotic City in the US”.

In celebration of this, Lake Havasu and Kingman have come together to put on 10 days of Patrotic events. This will be wonderful to honor our vets, active, retired and those that we have lost in their service to protect our country.

Be proud to be and American and a part of Lake Havasu City. This is the first year this event is taking place and should be a lot of fun. For more info check out the website at:  http://www.lhcpatriotdays.com/

Is there crime in your neighborhood?

The Lake Havasu City police department is now linked into a few online crime tracking systems. I went to www.lhcpd.com and checked out these links which allow you to type in a city’s name and see what calls the local police department is responding to and where they are on a map. Pretty cool!

This can be a great tool for home buyers to search and  see how much police activity is going on in a particular neighborhood. You can also sign up to receive instant text message alerts when a crime is being responded to in your neighborhood. This is a great for local and out of town residents who want to stay informed no matter where they are. The goal of programs like these is to keep citizens aware of what is going on around them and to encourage others to keep an eye in their neighborhoods, hoping to reduce the amount of crime.