The Sedona Heritage Museum presents Michael Peach in a performance of his new original show “Lions (& Rattlers & Dragons & Longhorns) and Bears – Oh My” on Saturday, June 2 at 1:30 p.m.
Looking for something really fun to do Saturdays in June? Don’t miss Rock the Block parties in Tlaquepaque North, June 3, 10, and 24, each day from 4 to 8 pm.
Bursting onto the stage at the Sedona Hub, Larry Rosenberg’s one-man musical comedy “Larry’s Cabaret Show” plays on Sunday, May 28, 4 p.m. The cabaret show brings alive slices of Rosenberg’s unconventional 74-year life, blending eye-opening stories full of lessons learned from a long and full life, presented in a lively style of entertainment.
Straight from the Broadway stage, the Sedona International Film Festival is thrilled to bring the groundbreaking musical George Takei’s “Allegiance” to Sedona on Sunday, May 28 at 4 and 7 p.m. on screen at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. It is the perfect way to honor Memorial Day and our Veterans!
Since ancient times sacred sites have exerted a mysterious attraction on billions of people around the world. Ancient legends and modern day reports tell of extraordinary experiences people have had while visiting these power places.
Saturday, May 27, the best poets in Arizona will compete in the 2017 Sedona Poetry Grand Slam, which kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre, 2030 W. State Route 89A, Suite A-3.
The Manheim Gallery and ARC Contemporary Fine Art invite the public for the second solo exhibition of Magda Gluszek’s Ceramic Figures Sculptures titled “Looking Inward.”
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Sedona premiere of DisneyNature’s “Born in China” — showcasing the magic and mystery of China’s exotic wildlife — showing May 19-23 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Women of all ages who love music and like to sing are invited to Red RockAppella chorus’s annual Membership Guest Night on Monday, May 22, 7:00 p.m., at the Sedona Winds Assisted Living Bldg., 475 Jacks Canyon Blvd. in the Village of Oak Creek.
As the Legendary Luminaries exhibit, currently showing at the Sedona Hub, was developed the idea for a facilitated discussion came up and Adele Seronde posed the following question: What is the role of the Artist in a chaotic world?
You’re invited to a family-style party to celebrate the centennial of the historic U.S. Forest Service Ranger House on Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The oldest building in Sedona, this 1917 bungalow, at 250 Brewer Rd., was built for rangers and their families. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as being a Sedona historic landmark.
The Jerome Chamber of Commerce is preparing its yearly exploration of the back streets of this historic mining town with the 52nd Annual Home and Building Tour. Save the dates of May 20-21, 2017 for a look at some never before shown gems in the mile-high town. This year’s lineup takes visitors into The Gulch for the second time.
Sedona Public Library will present “Ghost Towns of World War II: Arizona’s Historic Military Sites,” an Arizona Humanities program, on Saturday, May 13, at 2 p.m. in the Si Birch Community Room. When America entered World War II, Arizona’s sparse population and mild weather made it an ideal location for training facilities and prisoner of war camps.
On May 13 and May 14, visit the Bell Rock Plaza in the Village of Oak Creek between 10:00 am – 5:00 pm for the Oak Creek Arts & Crafts Show. Over 50 artists and craftsman will have their unique fares beautifully displayed in front of Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte.
Each Wednesday throughout the month of May, The Collective Sedona invites poets, artists, musicians and comedians to attend Open Mic Night. This free event runs from 7:30 to 9:30 pm and participants and spectators are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs and their own libations.
The 2nd Annual Verde Valley Wine Festival, presented by Four Eight Wineworks in collaborative partnership with the non-profit arts organization, Made in Clarkdale, is Northern Arizona’s premier wine and culinary event of the year.
Since ancient times, Taiko rhythms set the heartbeat in motion, expressing the melodies and pulse of mother earth.
Red Rose Inspiration For Animals has been promoting Art Shows to benefit animal welfare since the fall 2009.
First Saturday Jerome Art Walk on May 6 will be a party filled with art, music, refreshments and great conversation at the 20 galleries and studios.
The 51st anniversary of the Verde Valley Fair will kick off its five-day run May 3. This year’s theme is ‘Red, White, and Moo – Barn in the USA’ Bring the whole family to enjoy the entertainment, food, carnival rides, animals and a few surprises.
From 2-5 p.m. on Sunday May 7, there will be an exclusive showing of a very special film, For the Benefit of All Beings: The Extraordinary Life of His Eminence Garchen Triptrul Rinpoche, in the Great Room of the Sedona Creative Life Center.
Good Morning Sedona invites all area businesses, tourists and locals to celebrate and partake in one of the best ways to connect in Sedona at the Good Morning Sedona’s community breakfast show on Friday, May 12 at Los Abrigados Resort & Spa in West Sedona.
Get ready Sedona for another outstanding Cinco de Mayo celebration and the 7th Annual Great Sedona Chili Cook–Off at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, the place in Sedona to celebrate the rich history and culture of Old Mexico.
Imagine celebrating spring dancing under the stars to live music while being treated to a delightful farm to table meal in a garden oasis.
Sedona has seen vast changes in the last 20 years, but what will Sedona look like 20 years from now? Find out: Take a laugh-filled rollercoaster ride through Sedona’s pet-peeved present to its many surreal futures with Zenprov Comedy’s “Sedona 2.0oooooh!”