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Palmer Report December 2nd- 8th

Now that we have all eaten the biggest meal of the year it is time to get out of the house and burn off a few of those calories. With the winter weather in the air this may be easier said than done. Where there is a will there is a way and I have found a couple of events this week that just might spark a little will, or possibly an itch to try a new hobby.

Julie’s Quilt Shop

On the corner of Inspiration Avenue and Sullivan Street in Miami you will find Julie’s Sewing Corner and Quilt Shop. Whether you are looking to buy a quilt or the fabric to make your own this is the destination for you. The shop is open daily from 10-5pm and has everything you will need to sew, make new or mend clothing. The beautiful hand made quilts are a perfect holiday gift idea. Julie’s Shop even offers sewing machine repair.

Top is a picture of Julie's Sewing Corner from the street view. Bottom left are pictures of quilts and bottom right is a picture of some of the various fabrics.
Top is a picture of Julie’s Sewing Corner from the street view. Bottom left are pictures of quilts and bottom right is a picture of some of the various fabrics.

Jim Coates Gallery

Now through January 3rd Jim Coates Gallery will be hosting Laurie Manzano’s- Natures Neighborhood. The gallery is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm. The Jim Coats Gallery is located on the East end of Sullivan Street in Downtown Miami.

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Keystone Stairs

Wondering the streets of downtown Miami can be quite a history lesson. One of the towns treasured walks is up or down the Keystone Stairs. Located just north of Sullivan Street at the end of Keystone Avenue the Keystone Stairs were built so the miners could walk from their homes and up the hill to work at the mine. Click Here for a map. There are several sets of stairs around the town of Miami. One set is at the base of Adonis Avenue and another is just up the road on Forrest Avenue.

Photo of the base of the Keystone Stairs as viewed from Keystone Avenue.
Photo of the base of the Keystone Stairs as viewed from Keystone Avenue.

Copper City Comedy  

The good old gang at Comedy on Fire out of Phoenix is happy to bring their flavor of comedy to our lowly small town crowd. The Wild Horses Saloon will host Copper City Comedy 2 on Saturday December 5th starting at 8pm. The line up will include 9 different value comedians who are sure to tickle that funny bone. After the comedy show you will be blessed with live music by Low Expectations. This is sure to be a night to remember.

Top is a picutre of the Wild Horses Saloon as seen from Sullivan Street. Bottom left is Low Ex rockin the house at Wild Horses and bottom right is a flier form the original Copper Comedy Show.
Top is a picutre of the Wild Horses Saloon as seen from Sullivan Street. Bottom left is Low Ex rockin the house at Wild Horses and bottom right is a flier form the original Copper Comedy Show.

Night Life

Farley’s Pub has an Open Mic this Saturday hosted by Stephen Palmer.

Drift Inn has an Open Mic this Wednesday hosted by Aaron Zufelt as well as Howlin Booty this Saturday night.

Picture of Farley's Pub as viewed from Broad Street in Downtown Globe.
Picture of Farley’s Pub as viewed from Broad Street in Downtown Globe.

About Stephen Palmer

Stephen Palmer
Stephen Palmer is an Arizona native, born and raised. With his ear to the ground and head in the clouds Stephen brings a passion to life that is as complex as it is full of joy. Reader beware the adventures of an untamed mind.

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