by: Christy on 4/15/2013
The Sedona Bluegrass Festival is right around the corner! Join us in Sedona June 8th & 9th for a special weekend of fantastic Bluegrass music at Los Abrigados. Beverages, food, & snacks will be available at the venu, which sits right along Oak Creek. A 2-day pass can be purchased for $75, single day passes are also available. Grab a blanket and enjoy the show! For additional information, visit http://www.chambermusicsedona.org/special_events.php
by: Christy on 4/4/2013
On the first Friday of each month the Sedona Gallery Association offers a unique highlighting artists, exhibits, & art events. Enjoy light refreshments while you view the eclectic mix of art that is showcased throughout Sedona. The Sedona Trolley provides free transportation from gallery to gallery. This month will be Goldenstein Gallery’s 100th art walk, so be sure to stop by! The event will be held Friday, April 5, 2013, 5pm-8pm.
by: Christy on 3/26/2013
Did you know Sedona is one of the most popular places for golf in Arizona? With beautiful courses that jut right up to the red rocks, you will find yourself captivated by the views and amazed and the stunning greenery against the red rocks. Let our front desk staff of our Sedona Hotel make a tee time for you and you’ll be putting on the greens of Sedona before you know it.
by: Christy on 3/18/2013
Did you know March is archaeology month in Arizona? There are so many places to take in the historic sites of the area. Take an Ancient Ruins Tour with Pink Jeep Tours and get up close and personal to ancient cliff dwellings and petroglyphs. Visit the Archaeology Center in Camp Verde and see with your own eyes the archaeological artifacts from Sedona and the Verde Valley. It’s a month full of history and you can be a part of it!
by: Christy on 3/8/2013
The 43rd annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is returning to Sedona on March 16. It’s a fun event with local businesses, groups, and entertainment in Uptown Sedona. Watch from the sidelines as local celebrities stroll along Jordan Road. Don’t miss the beer garden and Uptown shopping after the parade!
by: Christy on 3/1/2013
When you think of Arizona, vineyards don’t necessarily come to mind, but did you know that Sedona and the nearby Verde Valley and Page Springs have some fantastic wineries?! Whether you’re looking for a guided tour, or just want to stop into one winery, there are a variety to choose from! Enjoy tasting some of Northern Arizona’s finest Merlot, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, and more!