4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
Sedona, AZ 86336
Guided Nature Walks. Daily at 10AM
Join a naturalist for a guided nature walk of one and a half to two hours. You will be introduced to the riparian ecosystem of Oak Creek and other aspects of the Park. Some of the subjects that may be discussed include plants, wildlife, geology, history, and archaeology.
Meet up with other bird lovers at the visitors center and enjoy a leisurely stroll through one of the most popular parks in Northern Arizona . Bird enthusiasts can join a naturalist for a “Guided Bird Walk”. Beginners as well as advanced birders are welcome. Rangers recommend that visitors bring their own binoculars. A limited number are available for loan from the Park.
If you prefer to explore on your own, or are not available for scheduled activities, the park's family-oriented trail system is well marked for your safety and pleasure. Five miles of trails consist of interconnecting loops, leading you to red rock vistas or along the lush greenery of Oak Creek. Detail information is available at the Visitor Center. Bikes and horses are allowed on designated routes.
The Park's Day Use Entrance fees are $5.00 per adult (14 and up), $3.00 per youth (7-13), and free for children (0-6). For additional information and reservations, please call (928) 282-6907.
Sedona Arizona 86336
There is always something good happening at Olde Sedona!
When you are in Sedona and looking for fun and entertainment, Olde Sedona Bar & Grill is the place to be! With live bands, DJs and Karaoke, there’s something good going on in this lively restaurant, sports bar, and entertainment venue every night of the week. Make sure to check out their events calendar to see what is happening while your in town. Eat, drink and have fun where the locals’ hang out, Olde Sedona Bar & Grill tonight!
- Friday Night - Live Band
- Saturday Night - Great Live DJs
- Sunday Night - All Star Karaoke
- Monday Night - Jam Session/Open Mike
- Tuesday Night - All Star Karaoke
For more information please visit Olde Sedona Bar and Grill.
Sedona, AZ 86336
In the Hyatt Pinion Pointe Complex
Sound Bites Grill is the fun place to eat, drink, and enjoy top quality live entertainment in Sedona. It’s a unique dining experience with amazing red rock views, great all natural fresh healthy foods, and stimulating entertainment. In the Hyatt Shops at Pinion Pointe at the junction of Highways 89A and 179 (formerly known as the “Y”), Sound Bites also offers dinner specials on Tuesdays, wine tastings on Thursdays, and very special “Supper Club” dinner shows, unique to Sedona. Come in for lunch or dinner with a view, and check out the Guitar Gallery while you are there. You’ll leave satisfied and smiling!
Here is this week's lineup:
- Wednesday March 5th, Live Music, 6-9pm, No Cover
- Thursday March 6th, Anthony Mazzella 7-9pm Concert Guitarist $10 Cover
- Friday March 7th, 5pm Dinner Show “Up Close and Intimate” with master guitarist Esteban and spinning violinist Teresa Joy. Dinner Package starting at $59, Tickets 800-838-3006
- Friday March 7th, 8:30pm The J Powers Band, R & B, Blues, Soul, Motown, Reggae, Pop & Classic Rock, 8:30-11pm, $10 Cover
- Saturday March 8th, 5pm Dinner Show “Up Close and Intimate” with master guitarist Esteban and spinning violinist Teresa Joy. Dinner Package starting at $59, Tickets 800-838-3006
- Saturday March 8th, 8:30pm, Master guitarist Esteban “Rock On Concert” with his band. 8pm doors open Tickets starting at $35 800-838-3006
- Sunday March 9th, Brunch with Esteban, Master guitarist Esteban and spinning violinist Teresa Joy “Up Close and Intimate” 12pm -3pm, Brunch and Show Package starting at $59 Tickets 800-838-3006
- Sunday March 9th, Susannah Martin Jazz Trio, 6-9pm, No Cover
Call 928.282.2713 or check out their calendar of events for more details.
Sedona, Arizona 86336
The much anticipated 34th Annual Juried Members Show will be on display in the Fine Art Gallery March 4–31, with an opening reception on Friday, March 7, 5–8 p.m. Award winners will be announced at 6 p.m. In all 228 artworks were submitted in both the Professional and Emerging categories resulting in a very diverse selection; 141 pieces were juried in, representing 75 artists.
We want to thank our jurors for lending their expertise and talent in helping us make this a great show: John Warren Oakes for oils and acrylics; David Fischel for watercolor for mixed media; Elliott Everson for drawing, colored pencil and pastel; Erin and Michael McMillen for glass and jewelry; Carma Koester for wood, fiber and 3-D mixed media; Bob Coates for photography; Jim Romberg for ceramics; and Kim Kori for sculpture.
Twice each year, in January and July, member artists have the opportunity to be juried into the Fine Art Gallery. During February our jury committee met to jury-in a group of new artists to the gallery. Eighteen portfolios were submitted and 6 new artists were juried in. They are John Foster (ceramics), Alicia Short (watercolor), Chrisanne Finefrock (acrylic), Elena Miras Garcia (photography), Viki Norris (jewelry) and Evelyn Gholson (mosaics). Their work will be on display in the gallery in April. We are looking forward to welcoming them and helping them have a great start in the gallery!
Sedona, AZ 86336
The Sedona International Film Festival brings great independent film and live events to Sedona all year long, in the state-of-the-art Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Check the film festival website's Coming Attractions page to read the details and see the trailers of these shows or to see what is showing when you come to Sedona.
Current and Coming Attractions:
- Manhattan Feature Film Project: 'Everyone's Going to Die' One night only - March 6
- Benicio Del Toro's acclaimed 'Jimmy P.' opens March 7
- Ballet in Cinema: 'Lost Illusions' from the Bolshoi Ballet March 9
- National Theatre of London's 'Coriolanus' debuts March 10
- Live from NY's 92nd St. Y Robert Wagner with Liz Smith Tuesday, March 11
- 'The Best Offer' Flagstaff Premiere one night only: March 12
Unless otherwise noted, all performances are in the Mary D Fisher Theatre, 2030 W. State Route 89A, West Sedona. Visit the film festival website or call 928.282.1177 for show times, ticket prices, and to purchase advanced tickets.
Complimentary transportation provided.
On the first Friday of each month, from 5:00 - 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events. These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while visiting Sedona's 3 "art destinations", Hillside Sedona, Tlaquepaque, and Uptown Sedona. This event is free and complimentary tansportation is provided by the Sedona Trolley.
For more information, including a map of the tour loop, visit the Sedona Gallery Association website.
What is Poetry Slam?
Poetry slam is a competitive artistic sport that has become an international sensation with more than 100 major poetry slams in the United States, Canada, Australia and Western Europe.
The 2014 Sedona Poetry Slam
In the Sedona Poetry Slam, all poets perform three original poems over three rounds. The poets are judged by five randomly chosen members of the audience who assign numerical value to individual poets’ contents and performances. The poets compete for cash prizes and the chance to represent Sedona in the national poetry slam competition in August.
For more information, especially if you want to compete, visit FoxThePoet.org.
995 Upper Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336
An encore broadcast of The Met: Live in HD
A brilliant psychological journey through the mind of a conflicted hero, with the founding of the Russian nation as the backdrop.
Borodin's defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years. Dmitri Tcherniakov's new production is a brilliant psychological journey through the mind of its conflicted hero, with the founding of the Russian nation as the backdrop. Star bass-baritone Ildar Abdrazakov takes on the monumental title role, with Gianandrea Noseda conducting.
Approximate run time: 4 hours 40 minutes, 1 intermission.
Pre-opera talk by Russell Fox beginning at 9:45am in the theater.
Box office opens at 9:30am.
This is an encore broadcast of The Met: Live in HD from New York City.
For more information and tickets, visit Chamber Music Sedona.org
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
March is Women’s History Month and what better way to honor women than to learn about how they shaped the history of the Verde Valley and Sedona. Experience an hour of music, laughter, tears, and a whole lot of pioneer women’s soul with the Blazin’ M Ranch’s live production of Dev Ross’ A Woman’s Hand, featured the first four Sundays in March, 2014.
Along with the Blazin’ M’s signature chuckwagon dinner and pre-dinner activities and attractions, guests will also engage in interactive experiences with the colorful Old West living history characters in the courtyard, showcasing the hard work, challenges, triumphs and everyday hardships of women in the 1800’s.
From the moment the production opens, the audience begins to experience the life of a woman forced to pick up the pieces of her life and move out west, as well as the women already present in the wild frontier, Native Americans with their own stories to tell. Through dialogue and song, the hour-long production takes us up to Jerome to meet the first African-American woman to own a business there, into the life of a Chinese singsong girl, to a soiled dove from Flagstaff who can definitely handle herself (and her whiskey), and through the story of an operatic Latina who helped found the Homemaker’s Club. Of course, no play about the history of the Verde Valley would be complete without Sedona Schnebly, —A Woman’s Hand promises guests a glimpse into the trials and the triumphs of Sedona’s namesake.
The result of tireless research by Dev Ross and author and historian Kate Ruland-Thorne, this play features a small treasure trove of women who helped weave the fabric of Sedona and the Verde Valley. Their stories are heartwarming, often heartbreaking, and rich with spirit. In true 1800’s fashion, popular music from the day supports the play just as music so often supported and uplifted the rugged life of a lady pioneer.
Sponsored by National Processing Solutions, Inc., limited dates for this historical production are March 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd. For dinner and show reservations call (928) 634-0334 or book on-line at blazinm.com. Gates open at 5:00PM for pre-show activities and actor/audience interactions. Dinner is served at 6:30PM. The hour-long show starts at 7:30PM. Adults: $35.95+tax, Seniors: $32.95+tax, Children (3-12). $19.95+tax.