The 27th annual Sedona International Film Festival, originally scheduled for Feb. 20-28, has been postponed to June 12-20.
The Sedona Women’s 20-year tradition of “Making A Difference” continues with “So You Want to Write a Book,” Jan. 13, 10 a.m., via Zoom.
The Sedona Photography Symposium brings world-class photographers to Sedona, Arizona, Aug. 12-15, for a series of presentations, workshops, field outings, and breakout sessions at the Sedona Creative Life Center.
Eric and Michelle Jurisin have completed a full-circle back to Jerome and opened their seventh restaurant in the Verde Valley, the Clinkscale Hotel Bar and Grill.
2020 has been a time of reflection and patience as Old Town Center for the Arts has been closed since March in consideration of our community’s health and safety.
Sedona Railroaders will have their annual holiday train show this year Dec. 11-26 (closed Dec. 24-25) in the Sedona Vista Village in the Village of Oak Creek.
Emerson Theater Collaborative continues Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!), a play written by Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald and John K. Alvarez, at the Sedona Arts Academy and Community Center through Dec. 13.
Gifts in any amount are always gratefully accepted and will be most valued to keep all operations ongoing for both the Verde Historical Society and Clemenceau Heritage Museum.
AZADI donated 160 turkeys in all: 35 in Sedona to the Sedona Community Food Bank, 50 in Scottsdale to St. Mary’s Food Bank, 25 in Jackson Hole to Teton Youth & Family Services, and 50 in Telluride to Telluride Angel Baskets.
Did you know that Camp Verde, Sedona, the Village of Oak Creek and Cottonwood are each officially designated as International Dark Sky Communities by the International Dark-Sky Association?
There’s a magical mailbox right in the Verde Valley where children can send a letter to Santa.
Saturday, Dec. 5, the city of Sedona Parks and Recreation Department will host Santa Claus as he visits Sedona.
There are stories that were once buried in a hill — and some that are still buried there. L.J. Varon-Burkhart, a park ranger at Tuzigoot National Monument, said 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.
Sedona Arts Academy will be the host for A Comedy Show with Joshua Rivedal on Nov. 25. SAA is located in The Collective Sedona in the Village of Oak Creek.
Photographic artist JR Schnelzer will present to the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 30.
Thanks to a $211,000 motorized trail grant from Arizona State Parks and Trails, the Ryal Canyon Trailhead is now ready for folks to enjoy as they start – or finish – their 5.03-mile hike off Salt Mine Road just a few miles southeast of town.
Sedona United Methodist Church will present an Outdoor Holiday Boutique on Saturday, Nov. 14, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the church’s main parking lot.
Nov. 10-14, the 5th annual Sedona Wolf Week (SWW) for the first time will take place online amongst the legendary Red Rocks of Sedona, Arizona, and the high desert hills of Antelope Valley, California.
The Sedona Women continues its 20-year tradition of “Making a Difference” when it presents “A Postcard History of Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon” at this month’s virtual program meeting -- Nov. 11, 2020 at 10 a.m. via Zoom.
Santa Claus is coming to the Pavilion at Posse Grounds Park, 525 Posse Ground Road, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5.
With his latest book, Arizona’s Scenic Roads and Hikes, travel writer Roger Naylor coaxes readers outdoors with the promise of an array of wonders.
The Halloween VOC Pet Parade is will take place Saturday, Oct. 31, cheered on by locals and visitors alike.
The community is invited to visit Sedona United Methodist Church on Halloween.
Red Earth Theatre brings a few witches and others to haunt the Patio de las Campanas in a family friendly live performance with social distancing and safe practices at Tlaquepaque Thursday, Oct. 29, for shows at 5.30 and 6.30 p.m.