Recycled Art Exhibition - Thru 5/12: The annual show features art from local artists promoting recycling. Coconino Center for the Arts, 2300 N. Fort Valley Road. (928) 779-2300. www.culturalpartners.org.
Howard and Loki - 4/18, 7pm: Screening of a Flagstaff comedy. The Cline Library, 925 S. Knoles Drive, NAU Building 28. Howardloki.weebly.com
The Freight Hoppers - 4/19, 7pm: The old-time string band plays high-energy dance music from another era. $12/$15. Coconino Center for the Arts, 2300 N. Fort Valley Road. (928) 779-2300. www.culturalpartners.org.
Godspell Jr. - 4/19-4/22: Young performers' edition of the popular musical reflecting on the life of Christ and based on the gospel of Matthew. $10. Theatrikos, Doris Harper-White Community Playhouse, 11 W. Cherry Ave. (928) 774-1662. www.theatrikos.com.
The Last Flapper - 4/20-4/21, 7pm: An encore performance of the one-woman show starring award-winning actor Becky Daggett as Zelda Fitzgerald. $10. Coconino Center for the Arts, 2300 N. Fort Valley Road. (928) 779-2300. www.culturalpartners.org.
Arsenic & Old Lace - 4/20-4/22: Theater students present the dark and wacky comedy about little old ladies and their peculiar notion of charity. The Clifford E. White Theater, 1115 S. Knoles Drive, NAU Building 37. (928) 523-5661, nau.edu/cal
Picture Yourself in a National Park - 4/21-4/29: Walnut Canyon and Wupatki National Monuments waive entrance fees for National park Week. Sack Lunch with a Ranger 4/28. Interstate 40, Exit 204. (928) 526-3367, www.nps.gov/waca.
Heritage Program Film Series - 4/21, 2-4pm: Two screening - Hopi Songs of the Fourth World and Corn is Life. Discussion with MNA Director Ramson Lomatewama. Museum of Northern Arizona, 3101 N. Fort Valley Road. (928) 774-5213, www.musnaz.org.
Arizona Mountain Chorale Spring House Concert - 4/22, 3-5pm: The 15-member choir conducted by Dr. Edith A. Copley performs a fund-raiser for Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra. $35. Private residence. (928) 774-5107.
100 Years, 100 Miles - 4/23: Jon the Flagstaff Area National monuments and local schools in celebrating the Arizona centennial by carrying the state flag 100 miles on monument trails. All day event. Walnut Canyon National Monument, Interstate 40, Exit 204. (928) 526-3367, www.nps.gov/waca.
Good Night & Good Luck - 4/24, 7pm: George Clooney's 2005 drama starring David Straithaim and Robert Downey Jr. is part of the College of Arts & Letters Film Series. Free. The Cline Library, 929 S. Knoles Drive, NAU Building 28. (928) 523-7800. www.cal.nau.edu/film/
David Sedaris - 4/27, 8pm: One of the great wits of a generation and NPR personality reads from his works, hosts Q&A, signs books and visits with fans. $49.25/$52.25. Ardrey Auditorium, 1115 S. Knoles Drive, NAU Building 37A. (888) 520-7214, www.greenhouseproductions.net.
CCC 2012 - 4/27, 5:30pm: The 10th annual Coconino Community College Foundation fund-raiser for the art department includes amazing food from area restaurants, art auctions featuring Marilyn Chin's Lunch a la Bistro, and more. $40/single; $70/couple; $20/student. CCC Lone tree Campus Commons, 2800 S. Lone Tree Road. (928) 226-4312.
Junior Ranger Day - 4/28: Kids of all ages can learn about the past and become part of the future of national parks through a free program. Interstate 40, Exit 204. (928) 526-3367, www.nps.gov/waca.
Split Lip Rayfield - 4/30: The powerhouse trio from Kansas is a mix of bluegrass and country with an accent of mental providing an unforgettable experience. The Green Room, 15 N. Agassiz St. (928) 226-8669.
Some information courtesy Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau