Every April, across the nation, libraries are celebrated with School Library Week; Library Workers Day; D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) Day; National Library Week; Library Giving Day; and National Volunteer Week.
For the love of wood, two individual artists met, married and now share in their love for art.
Sedona United Methodist Church invites you to their annual Community Parking Lot Sale on Saturday, April 29, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the church’s main parking lot. Members and friends of the church will sell their items individually and a portion of their proceeds will go to the programs and ministries of the church.
Last month Gardens for Humanity said “Farewell” to one of its beloved elders and partners, Harvey Grady.
Representatives from Big Park Council and Keep Sedona Beautiful met Feb . 17 with Aaron Mayville, the incoming supervisor of the 1.8 million-acre Coconino National Forest and key decisionmaker on Arizona Public Service’s controversial powerline project.
Guest Speakers: Tom Binnings and James Curry of the Greater Sedona Broadband Initiative. Please see Tom’s article on the Broadband Initiative elsewhere in the Villager
The Big Park Council is pleased to announce that its Art in the Roundabouts Committee is about to embark on the next phase of its work
When my wife and I moved to the Village of Oak Creek just over four years ago I never considered Internet connectivity. Had I done so, my choice of locations may have been different.
While I am not a regular reader of NextDoor, I did read with interest the recent long discussion thread about a proposed above-ground power transmission line that could pass down the Kel Fox trail.
Keep Sedona Beautiful will hold its next Preserving the Wonder Speaker Series event on Wednesday, March 8, at 5 p.m.
My thanks to The Dunnery, Suzie and Jeff, for their friendship and for passing on the fork, knife and most importantly, the wine glass, to me to share my dining experiences with you.
In November 2012, more than 100 determined trail enthusiasts, sardine-packed themselves into a tiny room in the Village of Oak Creek and kick-started a master planning process for the USFS Red Rock Ranger District trail system.
Gardening for me, is a process of asking and answering questions, and the answers often come from non-human beings. Taking a walk in the garden is always an inspiration. Broad patches of wild violets that I didn’t plant are growing in plac
This month, we’re taking action to serve our Chamber partners and our community while bolstering the local economy.
The Arts Academy of Sedona (AAS) has announced that its March events will highlight two returning favorites at its luxurious black box theater in The Collective Sedona in the Village of Oak Creek (7000 SR-179, STE C-100).
The Village Gallery of Local Artists will feature glass and crystal artist Judith Beals during the month of March.
It is with humility that I’m introducing myself as the new president of the Big Park Council (BPC), also known as the Big Park Regional Coordinating Council (BPRCC).
President’s Report: John Wichert began the annual meeting by thanking past and present officers, committee chairs, liaisons and volunteers. He then moved onto the appointment of Committee Chairs, noting that the chair of Planning & Zoning (P&Z) has yet to be filled with conversations currently taking place.
Currently, our local economy is one of our most significant challenges. Small businesses, from restaurants to tour companies, tell us that sales and foot traffic are down, for some, the worst in years.
Northern Arizona Healthcare announced that family nurse practitioner Jessica Holst has joined the NAH Medical Group (NAHMG) as a new provider at the Village of Oak Creek primary care office. She is accepting patients now. NAHMG services are designed to improve health by providing individuals and their families with integrated care close to home.
y press time, the final stretch of the ambitious restoration project for Cathedral Rock Trail will be underway. And with cooperation from Mother Nature, it should be complete and open for the enjoyment of our fittest local hikers and Spring break visitors by early April.
Life translates into taking one step at a time. Those steps are the decisions we make, small and big. Deciding for “A” leads to the next step of deciding between the options we have once we reach the “A Situation.” And so it goes, like a tree trunk, growing into the big branches, which, in turn, give birth to the smaller ones.
Poco Diablo - 1752 SR 179 - was built in the 1960s as a portion of the original Doodlebug Ranch. After an extensive remodel in 2022, Edd and Nancy Zielinski joined us for dinner there at Willows Kitchen and Wine Bar.