YUMA, ARIZONA (PRWEB) December 19, 2014

Post-holiday blues are not found on the calendar inside the nation’s sunniest city – nevertheless January’s lineup of occasions does provide anything for everyone, from those whom like to discover how their food gets from field to fork, to a quick marathon that’s a amazing qualifier for the big-time races inside Boston plus NY. So hang up the 2014 calendar – and commence marking these dates!

YVB has Field to Feast farming tours Jan. 16, 17, 23, 24, 26, 20, 31 (alternative dates: Feb. 6, 7, 9, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 plus March 6, 7). These trips include choosing make that’s changed into a premium lunch by Arizona Western College culinary pupils whilst participants enjoy a narrated motorcoach trip from Yuma’s verdant fields.

For those with a background inside farming, the specialized Farmer to Farmer “technical” tour is Jan. 15 (additionally Feb. 19). Simply sprouting this year is Agri-U, a five-week system aimed at Yuma’s sun-loving visitors which involves 10 classroom sessions, and a behind-the-scenes “Feed the Nation” field trip along with a culinary demonstration class. Agri-U sessions run Jan. 7-Feb. 9 plus Feb. 11-March 15, with an “a la carte” way to choose into any single seminar, field trip or culinary class about a space-available basis.

Or, when you’d quite explore the fresh make plus edge cuisine at the table, don’t miss the Savor Yuma progressive dinner tours Jan. 10 & 22 (furthermore Feb. 5 & 21; March 5 & 28). Info plus tickets for all YVB tours are accessible at the Visitor Information Center, 800-293-0071 or 928-783-0071.

History buffs won’t wish To miss the yearly Gathering of the Gunfighters Jan. 12-13 at Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park. Sponsored by Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, this competition between re-enactment groups from about the area qualities shootin’ plus shoutin’ together with authentic period costumes plus gear plus many internet flying lead. More info, 928-783-4771 or http://www.historicyumaprison.com.

Military history from another era is showcased throughout Civil War Days at Yuma Quartermaster Depot Jan. 26-27. Additionally sponsored by the Heritage Area, this event qualities authentic re-enactors inside mock skirmishes with real cannons. More info, http://www.yumaheritage.com or 928-373-5198.

You could enjoy the military’s past, present plus future contributions to the community at the Spirit of Yuma Festival inside historical downtown Jan. 11-13, that honors services members plus veterans plus showcases present-day military installations, the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground plus Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. For more info, call 928-373-5028 or e-mail perlita.wicks(at)yumaaz(dot)gov.

Visitors will equally discover the history of military testing at YPG’s free Heritage Center museum from 10 the.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays from Jan. 2 by the winter months (more information, 928-328-3394), or take a free public bus tour of MCAS Yuma (January & February dates TBA, for more information call Public Affairs at 928-269-2275 or 928-269-2942).

For buying plus browsing, the Yuma Civic Center hosts its yearly Antique Show & Sale Jan. 5-6, the Yuma Home & Garden Show Jan. 11-13, the Desert Lily Quilters Show Jan. 18-19, the Mexicali Expo Jan. 20 as well as the Americana Indian Art & Jewelry Show January 25-27. More info, call 928-373-5043. Or pay a visit to the 8th Annual Woodcarvers Expo Jan. 11-12 at the Yuma Readiness & Community Center plus bring house a wooden function of art. More info, 928-373-5245.

Yuma’s not lacking for entertainment either. Offerings at the Historic Yuma Theatre vary from the music of Bobby Darin, Frank Sinatra as well as the Blues Brothers to the New Shanghai Circus (for fall schedule plus tickets, call 928-373-5202 or http://www.yumashowtickets.com) or enjoy Bluegrass inside the Park Jan. 26 at West Wetlands Park (information at http://www.landspromotions.com or 928-373-5202). Other performances about town throughout include traditional music along with a community theatre creation of “My Fair Lady”, for more complete listings see http://www.visityuma.com/events.html

If all which doesn’t leave we breathless, you’re willing for the Yuma Marathon & Half-Marathon at Cocopah Casino & Resort Jan. 26. This marathon is recognized for the friendly, small-town feel as well as for quick occasions about a flat, low-altitude course. But it’s chip-timed plus licensed, too, thus we merely can discover that the quickest path to qualifying for big-time races like Boston plus NY involves a sunny January detour to the edge. Both races are sponsored by Caballeros de Yuma, receive info or register to run at http://www.yumamarathon.com or 928-343-1715.

Sound like fun? Like the hot year, the fun beneath the Yuma sunlight is only beginning – program a see today at http://www.visityuma.com.

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Answer by Byron Bentley
for today, to place oneself back fit, i might state do certain cardio (push ups, sit ups, etc.)

Answer by Pepe Herranz
training it’s not all you need to have a wise diet. You are able to look found on the Internet to certain wise diets plus routines

Answer by DA MAN
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