In the words of Lisa Shugrue, owner of The Hudson and Javelina Cantina with husband Mark, “The idea birthed on Valentines, 2019. By April, that idea morphed into let’s create a restaurant and provide an experience that locals and tourists alike would not be able to get anywhere else in the world. We knew we had a view that was unparalleled. Let’s create a restaurant that is on par with the view”
I would have to say my proudest accomplishment in life is my four children. They have grown up to be the most amazing adults who amaze and inspire me constantly. To see your children become great additions to the human race is a miraculous discovery.
Iris Yang will be the featured speaker at the library’s community book discussion Tuesday, March 31, 1:30 p.m. at Sedona Winds Retirement Community, 405 Jacks Canyon Road.
“I’ve never been part of a more caring, generous, volunteering community,” said Jim Cunningham, pastor of the Village Church of the Nazarene. “Having lived in seven states and moved almost 50 times, that says a lot.”
We never know if we would be successful achieving the goal, but not going for it is a 100% guarantee of not reaching it. So, give yourself a chance.
Sedona area Rotarians celebrated the accomplishments of Red Rock High School’s Interact Club recently. Enjoying a taco lunch, the student members shared the club’s community activities, the Rotary Youth Exchange Program and the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camp (RYLA).
While a small organization devoted to looking into what it will take for the Village of Oak Creek to incorporate is still in its infancy, there has already been much learned about the challenges and obstacles to a creation of a city or town.
The Village of Oak Creek has a new school called the Sedona Village Learning Center. It is a non-profit organization serving preschoolers ages 3-5, and will open Monday, March 16, 2020.
The decision of incorporation will be democratically determined by the residents of the VOC, not by the media or the opinions of a few who expressed their viewpoints in the January 1 edition of The Villager.
According to Psychology Today, the light pollution of our modern, industrial societies is damaging our circadian rhythm and as a result our metabolic systems.
Yet again, we Village of Oak Creek residents have been told what is for our own good.
The January meeting of the BPRCC was, by all accounts, pleasantly productive.
She grew up the youngest of four children, daughter of a farmer/rancher in Oklahoma.
Get involved in the stop bullying movement by attending a free workshop in the Village of Oak Creek in Sedona Feb. 15, 11 a.m.
Come hear one of the greatest conservation stories of the 20th century at Keep Sedona Beautiful’s Preserving the Wonder™ Speaker Series Wednesday, Feb. 12, 5:30 p.m., at KSB’s Pushmataha Center on 360 Brewer Road.
Some of Keep Sedona Beautiful’s litter lifters have served literally for decades. It’s both personally rewarding and great exercise.
Creekside is the place, especially for happy hours daily 3:30- 6 p.m.
The Rotary Club of Sedona Village has quite an impact on the local community.
In marking the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment in 1920, it’s time to look back at the enormous effort it took for women to be granted full citizenship through the right to vote.
Learn how gilded and red-shafted flickers respond to their own voice.
Economic Development hacks will be the topic at the Arizona Association for Economic Development’s February Northern Arizona Symposium.
The Element by Westin Sedona’s brand-new 117-room hotel in the Village of Oak Creek plans to open Feb. 10, according to General Manager Martha Williams.
Our first meeting of the year will be Jan. 9, and is officially our annual meeting. Newly elected officers will assume their roles as we kick off what we expect to be a very productive year.
Who do you represent on Big Park Council and what kind of member is it: RAM (Residential), BOA (Business Owner) or EIM Educational Institution)? Briefly describe its character or anything that makes it unique.
Village resident Randy Hawley joined several Rotarians at Clark’s Grocery for a five-minute “grocery grab” recently. Hawley was the grand prize winner of the Rotary Club of Sedona Village-sponsored event.