September 19th – September 21st, 2014
Sedona always has a great selection of fun and interesting events to choose from, ranging from art to family fun to metaphysical, and more. Plus there is always live entertainment and independent film happening when you visit Sedona.
This Weekend’s Events
Red Rose Inspiration for Animals is a no-kill animal rescue organization focused on saving abused, neglected, homeless animals. They are dedicated to healing and rehabilitating canines who have suffered from emotional abuse helping them become adoptable, and they support spay and neuter to make a difference in the over population of canines and felines.
Red Rose' primary fund raising program is a series of successful, high quality arts and craft shows every spring and fall. This year's shows are hosted by Olde Sedona Bar and Grill and are held in their parking lot, right on SR 89A in West Sedona.
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At the Sedona Inner Visions Retreat you will tap into the mysterious powers of the fall equinox and explore the vortexes hidden within the stunning red rocks while learning how to access and control your clairvoyant reading and healing abilities at levels you have never imagined! Join veteran clairvoyant and remote viewer Debra Lynne Katz (author of "You Are Psychic" & "extraordinary psychic") and Sedona's leading spiritual tour guide, shaman, and clairvoyant Kazandra Martin.
For more information and to reserve your place, call 928-282-5637 or visit urPsychic.com.
928 200 9675
Old Town Cottonwood is nestled between the Black Hills mountain range, Sedona and Jerome. Thunder Valley Rally will provide you with a number of breathtaking rides through the Verde Valley, allow you to scale the 7,815 ft. peak of Mingus Mountain and descend down 89A with more than 100 curves. You'll enjoy 3 days of great entertainment and shows, a Miss TVR pageant, bike shows, and more. All the details are on the Thunder Valley Rally website.
Let us share with you our rich culture and history. Shop with our merchandise vendors for everything from Celtic souvenirs to the finest products imported from Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Eat drink and be merry in our Celtic food court. Enjoy crafts and activities in the special children’s area.
Discover the magic that keeps people returning to Celtic festivals year after year. Come and experience the rich traditions that we Celtic folk hold dear to our hearts. Enjoy “Celtic Ways” featuring workshops on Celtic art; artisans demonstrating their craft; music and dance; food and beverage vendors. Celtic tradition always includes good food, music and libation. Enjoy a vast selection of Celtic beers, single malt Scotch, mead and wine. Make new friends and greet old ones.
We will update this information as details become available.
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Join a Red Rock State Park naturalist any Saturday or Wednesday in September for a “Guided Bird Walk”.
Beginning 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). Visitors can check out the many birds who make Red Rock State Park their home. The bird-feeding area behind the visitor center, on the Hummingbird Patio, is an excellent spot to start your tour or to take pictures. Hummingbirds are almost always there to take advantage of the feeders! Another good viewing point is the visitor center roof. Most of the year-round birds are found in the riparian area next to Oak Creek or along the field that is behind the visitor center. While visitors hike the trails, they will see many birds who call the Park "home".
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Sedona, AZ 86336
Tlaquepaque and the Andrea Smith Gallery are hosting a "Peace by Piece" event to honor the International Day of Peace on September 21, 2014. The city of Sedona is a member of the International Cities of Peace movement.
It's an entire day of fun for the whole family featuring a huge “peace quilt” made up of 6 x 6 painted squares, the inspired work of hundreds of local children and adult hands, all expressing their personal vision of peace. The peace quilt will be displayed along Tlaquepaque’s main Calle for all to enjoy.
Sedona area musicians, dancers, spoken word artists, and jugglers are volunteering their time to provide an exciting day of non-stop entertainment on two stages. Kids can head to the Kids Zone to be treated to fun hula-hoop contest, and awesome face painting.
Also part of the International Day of Peace celebration, is the Sedona “Global Feast for Peace.” Local restaurants will be providing delicious light fare. Participating restaurants include Oak Creek Brewery, Rene Restaurant, El Rincon, Heartline Cafe, Thai Palace, ChocolaTree, Sound Bites, Reds, Cucina Rustica, Shugrue’s, Wildflower, Hideaway, and New York Bagels. Festival goers can purchase food tickets, redeeming them at various food stations. The food items will be affordable and all of the proceeds will go to benefit local area food banks dealing with food insecurity and hunger issues in the region.
“It’s going to be a wonderful family-friendly day. We really hope everyone in the community will come and spend some time viewing the peace quilt, and think about creating a more peaceful world. And we are donating all food proceeds to local food banks,” reports Wendy Lippman, resident partner and general manager of Tlaquepaque.