by: Christy on 11/28/2012
Food. Charity. Fun. The Sedona Arts Center will be hosting the Loving Bowls charity event this Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 1pm-4pm. Over 900 bowls have been made by local potters who have volunteered their time and skills throughout the year to create wheel-thrown or hand-built bowls in a variety of glazed finishes! The bowls will be available for $10 each and include Chili, bread, and dessert! All proceeds will benefit local Sedona non-profits.
It’s a great time to enjoy great food and fun while supporting the community of Sedona! Also, a separate silent auction will be held during the event featuring paintings and sculptures.
The event will be held next door to the Best Western PLUS Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas at the Sedona Arts Center in the Special Exhibition Gallery & Theater Classroom.
For more information contact Dennis Ott: firstname.lastname@example.org, 928-282-3809 (Ceramics Studio) or 928-284-0007
by: Christy on 11/9/2012
The weather is getting a bit cooler and you may be wondering- where can I stay and still enjoy a swim, workout, and activities inside for the kids? Look no further, the Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble hotel has Sedona’s only indoor pool! Stay in shape while you stay with us and let the kids play on their favorite electronic games, and hop in the pool!
by: Christy on 11/1/2012
This premiere holiday event at Tlaquepaque begins on Friday, November 23, 2012 and ends on Saturday, December 1st, 2012. The Festival of Trees. Area artists and galleries will have over 45 Christmas trees and Gingerbread houses fully decorated in fun and exquisite ways. The trees all have different themes and incorporate different materials – some are indoor and others are outdoor trees.
It’ll get you in a festive mood for the Holidays!
If you need a place to stay while here, consider some of the best hotel rooms Sedona has to offer.
by: Christy on 10/29/2012
First Friday returns on Friday November 2. It’s your chance to hop on a free trolley ride and explore the amazing art to be found in Sedona. You’ll venture from Uptown, to Tlaquepaque, Hozho, and Hillside. Locals and visitors look forward to First Friday every month!
by: Christy on 10/22/2012
Believe it or not, you can see a whole family of buffalo, deer, bears, and more just a short drive from Sedona in Williams, AZ. It’s a favorite place for us as locals of Sedona to enjoy the crisp mountain air and see wildlife in their natural habitat.
Stop by the front desk and we’ll map the way for you to see the furry creatures up close and personal!
by: Christy on 10/18/2012
Locals and visitors often find they have a favorite hike in Sedona. Have you explored West Fork, Red Rock Crossing, Doe Mesa, or Beaver Creek? Often once you’ve been to one location, you can’t wait to try another one. It’s the Sedona ‘hiking bug’ and we hope you catch it soon!
Let our staff help you find a map, one of their favorite locations, or the place to get the best gear and picnic lunch for your next hike.