Welcome to Walker Community!
Located in the Bradshaw Mountains, south of Prescott, AZ, Walker Community is an old mining district, filled with history. It’s named after Joseph Walker, mountain man, explorer, and guide. He led a party to this valley to discover gold in the summer of 1863.
Today, the valley is filled with rustic cabins and elegant homes. There’s a vibrant community of people here, with an active social calendar. Some live here full-time, while others have second homes here.
Everyone loves it here.
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BINGO BINGO BINGO
This Saturday, September 21st from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm At the Walker Fire Station will be our last BINGO of the season!!
For you new players the game is simple: Buy as many cards as you like, then play all night for that fee. We hand out new cards for each game. You don’t have to keep buying cards.
This is more of a social event visiting with and meeting new neighbors and reacquaint with old neighbors .
It’s also a finger food Potluck as well.
A fun afternoon, so please try to join us!
More information about the show can be found at: http://www.cnbc.com/cash-pad
Here’s the specific episode: cnbc.com/live-tv/cash-pad/full-episode/arizona-majestic-mountain-retreat
It features our own Roger and Joellyn Nusbaum, our fire captain and his wife.
Johnny O says:
We had a great turn out at this years firefighter appreciation day.
Thanks to the more than 200 people that showed up to honor the men and women that keep our community safe.
Almost 1/2 of our roster of firefighters, (15), showed up to receive the thanks from a grateful community.
Fire chief, Roger, introduced the troops and reiterated the importance of having a generous community backing the department.
It was a beautiful day. We had a just few sprinkles just before the celebration began. Then clear skies…until the fire trucks were all tucked back in for the night […]
After the Firefighters Appreciation dinner, we had a storm blow through Walker, taking out the power for about 20 minutes. The lightening hit at about 7:18pm and the power went out immediately. It was restored at 7:41pm.
The lightening continued for at least another hour.
First 15 seconds of the video are the lightening flash and thunder that took out the power for the whole Walker area. Turn up the volume.
The last 45 seconds are multiple clips edited together and slowed way down to show the weird formations the lightening took. I’ve never seen lightening look like this.
Email from Johnny O:
HEY-HEY-HEY…… It’s firefighter appreciation day! 4-6 pm.
I hope everyone is planning to attend today’s firefighter appreciation day/pig roast.
It looks like yet another BEAUTIFUL day here in Walker, so come and enjoy with family and friends and help thank our volunteer firefighters.
I am expecting to be a little short handed on set-up and clean-up. I can use a few extra hands from 12-2 to help with decorations.
Afterwords, I know I will need help cleaning all the kitchen gadgets/pot/pans and hauling trash to the dumpsters…etc.
Many hands make this a quick, painless task. Some of the […]
Email from WFPA:
We are just around the corner from our annual fire fighter appreciation day/pig roast. This years date is Sunday, September 1 from 4-6pm.
Here’s a great way to thank your hard working volunteer fire fighters, past and present, while packing in a year supply of cholesterol.
The WFPA will smoke the pig, simmer some beans, offer light refreshments and a few big cakes. The rest is up to you…pot luck style.
Please bring one of grandma’s favorite recipes as a side dish. We
historically have run out of side dishes before the line runs through.
This year I would […]
Last Sundae Saturday of 2019
WHEN: Saturday-August 31st 1:00 TO 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Walker Fire Station 4980 E. Walker Rd.
COST: Just bring your “sweet tooth”.
PROUDLY SPONSORED FOR THE WALKER COMMUNITY BY THE WALKER COMMUNITY ACTION ALLIANCE
Donations will go toward the community chip and haul fund.
Link to the hunting regulations: Click Here To Download The State Hunting Regulations
Bow season starts today and ends Sept 12. Keep aware of hunters that might be in your area.
We are in Management Area 20A. See page 39 for the bow hunting season dates.
Page 42, Note 30 says:
“In accordance with R12-4-303, it is unlawful to discharge an arrow, bolt, or hybrid
device while taking wildlife within 1/4 mile of an occupied farmhouse or other
residence, cabin, lodge or building without permission of the owner or resident.”
We’re supposed to get almost an inch of rain here today.
It started about 5:00pm.
Thunder, lightening. Our power went out when they happened at the same time.
Lynx Creek is muddy and raging!
Good times in Walker.
It’s supposed to rain for the next two days.