If you like blues, rock, folk, Celtic, punk, jazz, indie or electronic music, and you want to support local Verde Valley musicians, you are in luck, because For The Love of Music Festival will be happening Friday afternoon and night, Sept. 28, at the Clemenceau Gym at 1 North Willard St. in Cottonwood.
The Sedona Camera Club currently has 66 images created by 23 members on display at Sedona City Hall now through the end of December.
After a long summer hiatus, Sedona’s favorite improv comedy troupe is back with an all-new lineup so funny it comes with the warning label “Caution: Comedy Ahead.”
The Sedona International Film Festival presents the Great Stage on Screen series from London’s most prestigious theater companies. The series continues with “Some Enchanted Evening: Richard Rodgers Tribute Gala” showing in Sedona on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 1 p.m. on screen at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Calling all lovers of great wine, food, and all mystery lovers. Saturday, Sept. 29, 4:30 p.m., the Speakeasy Steakhouse presents, “Vendetta,” a murder mystery featuring Coppola Wines in an evening of food, fun and wine tasting.
Red Earth Theatre will bring live theatre back to the beautiful arches of Tlaquepaque beginning at 7.30 pm on Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Patio de las Campanas.
Get ready for a wine-filled weekend in Sedona. Not only is this the 10th annual Sedona Winefest it is also the first annual Jazz it Up Sedona Music Festival.
PK Gregory is the perfect hump-day musician and he’ll be at Vino Di Sedona on Wednesday, Aug 29, 7-10 p.m. PK is bringing his one-man trio back to Vino di Sedona for another round of the honk-a-billy blues.
Calling all artists that live, work, or attend school in Clarkdale.
First Friday event on Sept. 7 that presents paintings by Karen Taylor and contemporary ethnographic jewelry by Victoria Z Rivers. The work will be on view at the Sedona Arts Center Special Exhibition Studio in Uptown Sedona.
September’s First Friday at Gallery of Modern Masters will feature ‘Lens Based Artist’ Bob Coates. “Coates a long-time award-winning photographer in Sedona has turned his talents to the art world,” said gallery director Calli Monroe.
In 2017, the Verde Valley Archaeology Center received a Museums for America grant of nearly $24,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), an independent Federal agency.
The activities during Verde River Day promote preservation and care of the environment by showcasing informative exhibits on the Verde’s riparian environment and current recycling efforts. Some of the day’s events include environmental exhibits, hands-on activities, and live entertainment.
Sedona is an art-filled community that simply doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. More than 50 galleries showcase artists’ work and beginning during the month of September, art shows begin to make their appearance. As fast as the temperatures drop this time of year, the attendance certainly rises at these shows.
Among the Verde Valley’s favorite local watering holes and center of Cornville’s social scene, the Old Corral Bar offers a great lineup of fun for almost any taste. From a casual afternoon chat with friends to a top-notch live music dance and show, the Old Corral delivers.
These three Verde Valley couples share more than just their love for beer. They also love to make beer.
Sedona Public Library will preview The Great American Read/Fall Kick Off at the Mary Fisher Theater with host Alberto Ríos, Arizona’s inaugural poet laureate, on Thursday, September 6 at 6 p.m. All ti
Come celebrate a special international night on Friday, August 24, when the romance of France mixes with the Old West at Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents the Great Stage on Screen series from London’s most prestigious theater companies. The series kicks off with “Oklahoma!” showing in Sedona on Sunday, Aug. 26 at 3 p.m. on screen at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The Phoenix Ballet and the Sedona Chamber Ballet will conduct auditions for the 2018 production of the Nutcracker Ballet on Sunday afternoon, August 12.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s extraordinary new production of “Romeo and Juliet” makes its Sedona big-screen debut on Sunday, Aug. 12. The Sedona International Film Festival hosts the high-definition premiere of William Shakespeare’s renowned play from its home in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
In the hands and the steering wheel of Cody Goodrich, each Sedona Pink Jeep Tour is an “opportunity to share the beauty, the history and the natural resources.”
A warm and sultry night filled with art, music and gallery hopping is in store on Saturday, August 4, for First Saturday Art Walk in Jerome.
Sedona’s famous dark skies put on a spectacular August display. Now, local astronomers are ready to guide Sedonans across nature’s celestial majesty at the first Sedona Star Party August 4.
The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting the Northern Arizona premiere of the acclaimed new film “Boundaries” — featuring an all-star cast, including Christopher Plummer, Vera Farmia, Bobby Cannavale and Christopher Lloyd — showing July 28-Aug. 2 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.