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Festival of nearly one million lights November 17th, 2011 – December 31st Sunday through Thursday – 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm Fridays & Saturdays – 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Nestled within the world-renowned red rocks of Sedona, Red Rock … Continue reading
November 25th – December 3rd Kick off your holiday season at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village during this week-long event featuring elaborately ornamented trees-turned-art by Sedona’s favorite artists. The trees will be up for silent auction and on display on … Continue reading
SAVE MONEY AND EXPERIENCE SEDONAValid through December 28th, 2011 2 Days / 1 Nights More savings for AAA/AARP members. Special Internet only discount off of your lodging just for showing your AAA or AARP Card! Super Sedona Savings at the … Continue reading
Tale inspired by true story of the 1953 ‘Last Great Air Race’ debuts in festival’s cinema series A forbidden love, an impossible choice and a secret pact are all the ingredients of the epic award-winning drama “Bride Flight” which will … Continue reading
Red Mud Run 5K Run/Walk with Obstacles Date: 10/16/2011 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Cost: $50 per person, $15 for children Location: Posse Grounds Park 525 Posse Ground Road Sedona, Arizona 86336 Laughing in MudChallenge yourself to 2.7 miles of … Continue reading
Best Western Plus Inn of Sedona Facebook ONLY Special! Visit the Facebook page at the following link: http://t.co/BlAbNw5c. Call the 800 number on the Facebook banner for information.
by Pete A. Sanders Jr. M.I.T. Honors Graduate in BioMedical Chemistry and Brain Science Mr. Sanders conducts Major National Retreats in Sedona twice a year (in February and June or July). These offer the best and most complete instruction about … Continue reading
Nearly 145 Juried Artists from across U.S. will Exhibit, Sell Work at 21st Annual Sedona Arts Festival, Oct. 8-9
2-Time Best of Show Winners Returning; Jurying Process Even More Stringent This Year SEDONA, Ariz.: Two-time Best of Show winners Donna Tousley (ceramics) of Rio Rico and Bill Colligen (gourd vessels) of Chino Valley are two of six Best of … Continue reading
Clarkdale, AZ – Lying in the shadow of Jerome, Arizona, one of the most infamous ghost towns in America, is Verde Canyon Railroad. Jerome looms high above the valley perched ominously on top of a hill, like creepy old castles, … Continue reading
Film festival presents Arizona debut of charming, intelligent German period comedy. The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the exclusive Arizona premiere of the delightful new German romantic comedy “Young Goethe in Love” on Tuesday, Sept 27. There … Continue reading