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.
The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition announces the return of the Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour, April 23-25.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the city of Sedona and its Arts and Culture Program are following the lead of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., to celebrate women artists for the second year in a row.
The Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour will take place April 23-25.
Old Town Center for the Arts has announced a special art exhibit featuring the beautiful landscape art of Sharron Vincent Porter.
Before World War II, the Village of Oak Creek was called Big Park because it resembled a large open treeless park for cattle grazing.
Before folks used the Internet to meet their true love, there were the singles ads. That’s how Village of Oak Creek residents Rae and Ron Steinke met 41 years ago.
Join a virtual author presentation with popular Arizona author Roger Naylor on Friday, Feb. 12, from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
There are stories that were once buried in a hill — and some that are still buried there. Those stories are best told by the people with the strongest connections to those ancient communities.
Sedona Arts Academy announces Wine 101 – The Pacific Wine Zone with Steve Bailey, The Mayor of Wine Jan. 19 and Herschell Turner Show and Art Exhibit on Jan. 27.
Professional photographer Sean Bagshaw will present to the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 25 via webinar.
Occasionally something catches your eye, and it sparks an obsession. Sometimes the obsession translates into a collection, a new hobby, or even relocating to Sedona.
An oasis like the Page Springs Fish Hatchery tempts avid fishermen, but nature lovers and families also come away excited by the park-like setting.
Jan Marc Quisumbing will teach a virtual cartooning workshop from 3 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22.
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.