I grew up on a farm in Illinois and moved west when I was in my early 20s. Holidays, special occasions, and Sundays always centered around good, homemade from scratch food.
The plans for Verde Valley School are back on the agenda for the Yavapai County Planning & Zoning Commission after residents of the Village of Oak Creek were able to get a postponement of the discussion earlier this fall.
Sedona Village Partnership, together with its partners John and Nikki Ramagli and Jack and Camilla Ross, have organized a series of holiday events for the seasonal enjoyment of Big Park Villagers. All events will take place at John and Nikki Ramagli’s soon-to-be inaugurated Village Chophouse in the Collective, Village of Oak Creek.
It’s with a grateful heart that I offer you my final thoughts as Big Park Council president.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and on behalf of our partners — especially those in the VOC — we wish you a happy holiday season.
Unfinished Business: Carolyn Fisher, on behalf of the Nominating Committee, introduced the 2023 nominees for president and vice president, Renald Stettler and Colleen Hinds, requesting each to say a few words about themselves. She then thanked Patty Reski and Mary Pope for agreeing to serve another term as treasurer and secretary respectively.
Founded in 2012, with a membership of 67 individual, organization and business partners, Sedona Village Partnership initiates, sponsors and co-sponsors community forums, events, and fundraising efforts.
There are 525,600 minutes in a year. How do I know this? It’s certainly not from Google.
The Sedona Railroaders will have their annual holiday train show this year Dec. 9-23.
Visiting a lovingly old time train display that was assembled With beautifully set up multiple tabled displays
As we discussed last month, the Red Rock Ranger District (RRRD) contains more than 400 miles of non-motorized trails with over 300 of those miles in close proximity to the city of Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.
Chef Hector Vazquez has developed a wonderful menu befitting the magical patio of Shadow Rock Tap and Table.
Bare soil starves for plants. That is why disturbed or bare soil invites weeds. Weeds! These unappreciated guests do the important work of restoring and nourishing the earth.
Keep Sedona Beautiful (KSB) celebrated 50 years of environmental stewardship in Sedona and the Verde Valley with a formal reception at the Mary D. Fisher Theater on Oct. 19.
Dipping the paintbrush into the oil paint, it might only be a foot to the canvas, but in the artist’s mind, it can be a thousand miles.
All-a-Glow Artisans of Sedona at the Vista Village Shopping Center in the Village of Oak Creek is discounting select jewelry this holiday season to benefit Hope House of Sedona.
The Executive Board of the Big Park Council is pleased to announce that two pending applicants before Yavapai County officials have withdrawn or put on hold action requests that raised concerns in this community.
Presidents Report Camille Cox announced her appointment of David Gill as the new chairman of the planning & zoning (P&Z) committee. Camille will support as committee vice chair. The appointment was unanimously approved.
There is so much to share with you this month — so let’s get started.
The Sedona Conference of St. Vincent de Paul, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has been the recipient of the generosity of the Village of Oak Creek “Green Bag” Collection since the program began (2013).
The Emergency Preparedness Planning Committee of the Big Park Council received a briefing from the American Red Cross at their meeting on August the 5th. The guest presenters from the agency were Mel Miller and Dave Curtis.
The Red Rock Ranger District contains more than 400 miles of trail with over 300 of those miles in close proximity to the city of Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.
Sedona Public Library celebrated the new Village Library on Oct.1 with a an inaugural fundraising event designed to celebrate literature, literacy, community, and ultimately food, fun and friends.
Producer Camilla Ross has announced that the Emerson Theater Collaborative (in the Collective Sedona, Village of Oak Creek) will present F. Scott Fitzgerald’s beloved classic, “The Great Gatsby” by Joe Landry.