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.
'This Ain’t Your Grandma’s Bingo' is an established fun charity tradition at Main Stage of Cottonwood.
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.
Oct. 17 from noon until 8 p.m., Sedona Arts Academy will hold its grand opening at The Collective Sedona in the Village of Oak Creek.
Mountain Trails Gallery in Tlaquepaque will present the new exhibition “Colors of the West” Friday, Oct. 2, with a reception from 4-7 p.m.
For free tickets and more information for the Sept. 21 International Day of Peace event, call 928-282-1177.
“Life as it Changes” is the theme of an all-member show at the Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery in September.
As a bona fide Arizona treasure and beloved travel enthusiast, Roger Naylor adds his folksy charm to Verde Canyon Railroad’s onboard narration.
The Sedona Women celebrates 20 Years of Making a Difference Sept. 9, marking two decades of friendship and service to the community.
Just in time for the onset of the fall season, the Village Gallery of Local Artists will feature fashion designer Suzen Brackell during the month of September.
The Muse Art Gallery in Old Town Cottonwood clinks a cheers to another year supporting local artists in the Old Town Cottonwood community.
The Sedona International Film Festival will re-open the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Friday, Aug. 28 after receiving the approval of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and his committee as well as the state and county health department officials.
Join OLLI Sedona-Verde Valley Online for “A Virtual River Trip Through the Grand Canyon,” a slide illustrated adventure, as we journey down the Colorado River for 280 miles through the Grand Canyon.
The National Park Service is looking for several dedicated local volunteers to help with visitor programming at Montezuma Well National Monument, 5525 Beaver Creek Road, Rimrock, off Forest Service Road 618.
Yavapai College is offering a series of programs and classes for one semester or less that can help make students more desirable to prospective employers.
Keeping pace with the evolving diversity of digital media and communication platforms, Yavapai College’s Film and Media Arts Program will be premiering two new, online classes for Fall Semester: Podcasting and Documentary Production and Distribution.
You don’t need to have a toga party to hire a band for your party.