Kayaks on top of a car roof-rack have become a common sight in the Verde Valley.
Sedona Arts Academy announces Painting Just for fun with Phyllis Anglin June 10, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
It’s nighttime. It’s dark outside. Jerome resident Carol Anne Teague notices you walking by.
Camp Bear Wallow will open July 5 for the summer with fun art projects like Lego sculptures, designing and making kites, brain puzzles, clay sculptures, painting and much more.
Camp Verde Community Library is collaborating with the Camp Verde Dark-Sky Community to host an in-person Star Party on Friday, June 11 starting at 5:30p at Rezzonico Family Park and inside the library.
Businesses and business organizations of the Verde Valley, show your pride in your community by decorating for the Fourth of July.
Main Stage is bringing back Thursday night trivia hosted by Penny Smith starting June 3 at 7 p.m.
Corn Fest is back for 2021 on Saturday, July 17, in downtown Camp Verde.
Come visit the Old Jerome High School for a special evening of art and music Saturday, June 5, 5-8 p.m.
The Sedona International Film Festival will partner with Unify Sedona: A Rainbow Alliance to present “Mercury: The Story of Queen’s Front Man” live, on stage at the Sedona Performing Arts Center on Friday, June 11.
Thursday, May 27, Main Stage presents its ever-popular monthly Beer School.
Red Earth Theatre brings a new play by Kate Hawkes telling the story of perhaps the most famous mothers’ love - Demeter for her daughter Persephone.
After 16 months away from the stage, Zenprov Comedy is fully vaccinated and ready to shoot a mega-dose of hilarity straight to your funny bone with their completely improvised show “Laugh Therapy” Saturday, May 22 at 7:30 p.m.
A few years ago, travels to the Champagne province of France would inspire a unique wine label at Page Springs Cellars.
Post World War II, the maintenance department of the world renown San Diego Zoo was struggling with the tough grasses on its many acres of sloped and hilly terrain.
Futurist Brian David Johnson will present “After the Pandemic – What Comes Next,” on Wednesday, May 12, 10 a.m. via Zoom.
Black Canyon Trail: It’s not easy, but it’s a chance to see one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Arizona
The eye-opener to the Black Canyon Trail is that the mountain range is deeper and more diverse than people expect.
The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund works hard to provide the funding the U.S. Forest Service needs to maintain and expand the trail system for our benefit.
Wendy Hodgson says it's a "safe bet that the vast majority of the millions of people who stare over the edge into the abyss of the Grand Canyon is not wondering what kind of plants are down there."
Springtime in Sedona means the return of the annual Open Studios Tour.
The Paws Rockin’ runway fashion show and online auction will take place on Sunday, April 25 from 1 p.m.–3 p.m. at the Tlaquepaque North fountain.
Keep Sedona Beautiful will host its monthly Preserving the Wonder speaker series webinar on Wednesday, April 14 at 5 p.m.
There are stories that were once buried in a hill — and some that are still buried there. According to Tuzigoot Park Ranger L.J. Varon-Burkhart, those stories are best told by the people with the strongest connections to those ancient communities.
Baldwin Trail is relatively easy and connects to the Templeton Trail so it can be as long as one wishes to make it.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park and the Verde River Greenway are an interlocking union of a whole experience of the cottonwood-willow riparian habitat that brings so much life to the Verde Valley.