Blogs: Local Events

Summer 2021 Travel Tsunami something Sedona Can’t Control

A VERSION OF THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 11, 2021 A new normal?  Nationally, 8.1 million more hikers hit the trails in 2020, a 16.3% jump from 2019, according to the Outdoor Foundation’s recently released report....
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Sedona Historical Society to Celebrate National Day of the Cowboy with a Sedona Film

The Sedona Historical Society will celebrate National Day of the Cowboy with a vintage western film made in Sedona, ‘Broken Arrow’, on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. The afternoon of cinematic excellence and Sedona movie...
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The Surge in Traffic, Trash in Sedona Reflect the Pandemic, New Social Trends

A VERSION OF THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 4, 2021 For years, the City of Sedona and the Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau has sought a sustainable Sedona, focusing on destination management and growing the...
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Johnson Insurance Services announces merger with Crest Insurance Group

May 24, 2021 Noreen Johnson, President of Johnson Insurance Services, and Cody Ritchie, President of Crest Insurance Group, are proud to announce the merger of their two agencies. “We are excited for this opportunity as we continue to strive for...
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Red Rock Heirloom Recipes

May 13, 2021 Sedona Heritage Museum Publishes New Recipe Book The Sedona Heritage Museum announces the release of their latest publication, this time a small collection of recipes discovered in the drawers and trunks of Sedona area pioneer families. “Red...
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1st Annual Greater Prescott Valley Blues Festival

April 21, 2021 The Northern Arizona Blues Alliance (NAZBA) is please to announce the 1st Annual Greater Prescott Valley Blues Festival to be held at the Prescott Valley Amphitheater, (Theater on the Green), on Saturday, May 22, from 1PM – 9PM, located at 7501...
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Golda’s Balcony

April 15, 2021 Emerson Theater Collaborative & Sedona Arts Academy presents GOLDA’S BALCONY With humor, pathos, and passion, we see her journey from impoverished child in Czarist Russia to becoming Israel’s 4th Prime Minister April 22 & April 24 Emerson...
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The Verde Valley Community BioBlitz

April 4, 2021 Friends of the Verde River is pleased to announce that the very first Verde Valley Community BioBlitz will be held from April 22-May 7 throughout the Verde Valley and along the Verde River. Amidst the complications of COVID-19, Friends...
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Getting Ready for more FY22 Planning with Council

A VERSION OF THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 9, 2021 And NonProfits Gain Sustainability Certification. You can, too. We meet with the City Council at the end of Earth Month to continue FY22 budget planning in...
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Rotary Clubs : Week of Service

April 7, 2021 The Rotary Club of Sedona Village has partnered with the Rotary Clubs of Sedona, Sedona Red Rocks, and Verde Valley-Cottonwood for a Rotary Week of Service project. The Rotary International Week of Service is April 17-24 this...
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Chamber Music Sedona Celebrates Return of Concerts with Spring Festival

April 5, 2021 After an extended hiatus due to the pandemic, Chamber Music Sedona is excited to announce that it will present a series of concerts from May 1-8, 2021 as part of its Spring Festival. The concerts will take...
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How Spring Breakers, Kyrsten Synema, Yavapai College and Earth Month Helped Me Appreciate Sedona Restaurants

A VERSION OF THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 2, 2021 Let’s start with spring breakers.  Have you had to wait for a table the last few weeks?  Me, too. Our restaurants have been jammed with spring...
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