Summer Solstice presentation at the V-Bar-V Heritage Site

V Bar V Heritage Site
Summer Solstice Presentation

 Are you going to be visiting Sedona, Arizona during the Summer Solstice? If you answered yes, then you do not want to miss the Summer Solstice presentation at the V-Bar-V Heritage Site!

Summer Solstice presentation at the V-Bar-V Heritage Site
The public is invited to a very special once-a-year Summer Solstice presentation, Thursday June 21st, 2012 at the V Bar V Heritage Site. The event will be held from 11:00 am. to 2:00 pm. to allow for the viewing of the summer equinox which will occur between 12:00 pm and 12:30pm.

Friends of the Forest stewards will be presenting the program and sharing their local cultural site expertise.The V Bar V Cultural site is located southwest of Sedona in the Beaver Creek area just east of I-17 and Exit 298, drive 3 miles east on Forest Road 618 to the V Bar V entrance gate. For more information on recreational opportunities on the Red Rock Ranger District, please call 928-203-2900.

For those of you who may not be familiar with the V-Bar-V Heritage Site, the site was acquired in 1994 by the Coconino National Forest, and is one of the most well preserved and largest petroglyph sites in the Verde Valley. The petroglyphs that you see at this site are identified as the Beaver Creek Style. This rock art is truly amazing and the information gathered at this site has helped to define important characteristics of the Beaver Creek Style. If you would like to learn more about this site please visit the V-Bar-V Heritage Site.


If you would like to learn about more events and fun things to do in Sedona, Arizona during your stay with us at the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona, please stop by and visit with our concierge or feel free to call our concierge (Joan & Amanda) before your visit to help you plan your time in Sedona (1.800.282.6344 ask for concierge) . We look forward to seeing you in red rock country soon!

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