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Sedona Events, Vortexes, Attractions

November 9th, 2009

Psychic Readings by Nirup welcomes you to the
upcoming events in Sedona, Arizona.

Nirup may be contacted at www.psychicnirup.com,
email at readings@psychicnirup.com,
phone at 928-300-8338,
or visit her in Plaza Del Oeste
at 2756 W. State Highway 89A, suite 5, Sedona, AZ

Nirup has selected the following Sedona Events
for your visiting Sedona consideration.
Participating in any of these Sedona Events
will only add to your Experience Sedona visit.

Sedona Events 2018

Event: Sedona Summer Solstice Women’s Retreat

Dates: June 20 – 24, 2018
Day 1: June 20, 2018
Check in at 4:30pm
For other times go to:

Event Description:
This a 5 day, 4 night immersion in loving, nourishing and supportive Sedona energies. This experience creates a sacred space as we explore the natural beauty and healing vortex energy sites during the Summer Solstice.

A time of illumination, growth, and manifestation, the Summer solstice is a powerful time to experience the energy of Sedona and learn more about yourself.

This is you receiving clarity and guidance from your Higher Self for your next steps in life. This is you receiving the support, encouragement, and nourishment of like minded women on a journey of mind-body-spirit wellness.

Sedona Solstice Women’s Retreat – the full pay is $972.00
(Not included: Your transportation to the retreat site, transportation to tours and activities away from retreat home base, and meals (with the exception of the welcome meal on June 20)

Location: Sedona Medium, LLC
Address: 6050 State Route 179, Suite 4,
Sedona, AZ 86351

Phone: 336-420-2398 – Christina Wooten
E-mail address: Christina@SedonaMedium.com
Web Contact: http://www.sedonamedium.com/sedona-women-s-retreat

Additional Information – Daily Schedule
Day 1: June 20, 2018 : Gathering
Check in at 4:30pm Welcome!

​6:00pm Cleansing Ceremony – energetic attunement to Sedona’s healing energies This cleansing ceremony releases old energy patterns and blockages, opening up the energy system to receive the healing gifts of Sedona’s vibrant energy landscape

6:30pm Catered Vegan Welcome meal: fresh, vibrant, high vibrational healing foods & enjoying one another’s company

Day 2: June 21, 2018 : Summer Solstice
8am-10:00am Rise, Breakfast, prepare for the day

​10:00am Group Morning Meditation with Qigong grounding exercises – build energy with the power of group meditation

12:00 Noon -Depart for picnic on the land and Vortex Tour – visit a powerful Sedona Vortex for cleansing and healing during the Solstice

6:00pm Group dinner at iconic healthy Vegetarian and Vegan
restaurant in Sedona.
Free time

Day 3: June 22, 2018
8:00am – 10:00am Rise, Breakfast, prepare for the day
10:00am Depart for Guided Tour of Sacred Amitabha Stupa
& White Tara Stupa

​[A stupa is a sacred monument in the Buddhist tradition that activates compassion, eases suffering, clears Karma, and supports enlightenment of the World and those that visit. The Amitabha Stupa is dedicated to the Buddha of Limitless Light (perfect for our Solstice celebration of Light). The Stupa is filled with hundreds of millions of prayers, mantras, sacred relics, and offerings. The energy is palpable and transforming.]

​12:00 Noon – Independent lunch

​2:00pm Creative expression: Create your own prayer flags for your meditation room or for sacred space (all materials provided).
There is a pm Vegan potluck – everyone bring a dish to share

8:00pm Sound Healing concert by candlelight with Native American flute, rattle, Crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, and tuning forks

Day 4: June 23, 2018
Private Healing & Chakra Balancing Sessions & Free Day ​Each person is scheduled for a private 60 minute Reiki & Crystal Healing Session with Christina Wooten, during the day. Remainder of the day is a free day to explore. This is an excellent day to explore other sites – such as petroglyph areas, crystal stores, or visit other Vortex sites. Christina will provide recommendations and directions for places you may wish to visit.

Day 5: June 24, 2018

9:00am Closing Ceremony – Blessings as you integrate the energies and sacred experiences

​10:30am Check out

– What is included in your stay:
5 days, 4 nights of guided support and activities, Lodging for 4 nights in shared accommodations, catered Vegan welcome meal, materials, 60 minute private Reiki session with Christina Wooten, Candlelight Sound Healing Concert, Vortex Tours x 2, tea bar – with healthy digestive teas and variety of quality teas, full kitchen access, hot tub access, washer & dryer access


Event: Hopi Festival

Saturday, June 30
Sunday, July 1
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Event Description:
This festival is a tradition since the 1930s. The Hopi festival features
about100 award-winning artists and presenters from the Hopi villages in northern Arizona. You can purchase traditional and contemporary art. Come and enjoy some Heritage Insights lectures, and artist demonstrations. There will be performances by the Hopi Sinom Dancers, Tyrone & The Ledge, Tha ‘Yoties, and flutist Fredrick Andrews.

Mainstage Performances:
10 am Ed Kabotie
11:30 am Hopi Dance Group from Second Mesa
1 pm Ryon Polyqueptewa
2:30 pm Hopi Dance Group from Second Mesa
4 pm Tha’ Yoties (Sunday Only)

Daily Admission: $12 adult; $8 youth (10-17),
student (with ID) & American Indian (with tribal affiliation)
Free for MNA members & Children under 10

Museum of Northern Arizona at Museum
of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff AZ
3101 N Fort Valley Rd Flagstaff, Arizona

Phone: 928-774-5211

Contact URL:  https://musnaz.org/heritage/hopi-festival/

Additional Information:
Heritage Insights Lecture Series
Supported by Arizona Humanities

10:45 am Art Rehabilitation with Duane Koyawena
Join Hopi fine artist Duane Koyawena for a discussion of the importance art as a form of rehabilitation and learn how Koyawena’s chosen medium has helped him and other on their journey to rehabilitation.

12:15 pm The Hopi Harvey Project I with Colleen Lucero
In this two-part series, project manager and curator of the Hopi Harvey Project, Colleen Lucero, will discuss the history between the Fred Harvey Company and Hopi, and highlight the women who made the courageous decision to leave their homes and work as waitresses for the Fred Harvey Company.

1:45 pm Extraordinary Women with Iva Honyestewa
Master basket weaver, Iva Honestewa will relate the historical role of women in Hopi culture and celebrates the extraordinary women all over the world.

3:15 pm Sunflower Girl with Ed Kabotie
Museum artist-in-residence, Ed Kabotie, will present three spoken word and musical performances for the Heritage Insights series. On the main stage and lecture hall, Ed will relate the importance of matrilineal identity among Puebloan people by sharing personal memories of the influential matriarchs of his family. Using music of both traditional and contemporary inspirations, this presentation will highlight the Hopi’s deep reverence for their mothers.

10:45 am Relay Recap

Join Hopi fine artist Duane Koyawena for a discussion of the importance art as a form of rehabilitation and learn how Koyawena’s chosen medium has helped him and other on their journey to rehabilitation.

12:15 pm The Hopi Harvey Project I with Colleen Lucero
In this two-part series, project manager and curator of the Hopi Harvey Project, Colleen Lucero, will discuss the history between the Fred Harvey Company and Hopi, and highlight the women who made the courageous decision to leave their homes and work as waitresses for the Fred Harvey Company.

1:45 pm Pioneering Pootsya with Iva Honyestewa
In this exciting presentation, Iva will discuss and demonstrate Pootsaya basketry, an original and unique style of Hopi basketry she developed about while in residency at the School for Advance Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

3:15 pm In Search of a Canvas with Duane Koyawena and Mavasta Honyouti
Join fine artists Dune Koyawena and Mavasta Honyouti for a collaborative discussion on the importance of contemporary canvas’ used by Hopi fine artists. Learn how established and emerging Hopi artists are using seemingly modern items like skateboard decks, sneakers, coffee mugs, and t-shirts as a backdrop for traditional imagery.


Event: July 4th Holiday Firecracker Express

Date: July 4, 2018 – Wednesday

Time: 7:00am to 5:00pm

Event Description:
Come and celebrate the 4th of July holiday in Clarkdale. Begin with a delightful morning celebration in the Clarkdale park with a pancake breakfast, and then there will be a children’s parade with a July 4th patriotic orchestra. After breakfast, come on over to the Verde Canyon Railroad for an All-American BBQ Luncheon from 11:00am to12:45pm. During lunch you may visit with a bald eagle from Liberty Wildlife’s
educational program.

Next, you can spend the afternoon with a wonderful scenic train ride
along the Verde River from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

Coach: Adult $64.95, Senior $59.95, Child $44.95.
First Class (all ages) $89.95

Location: Verde Canyon Railroad
Address: 300 N Broadway Clarkdale, Arizona

Phone: 800-293-7245

Contact URL: https://verdecanyonrr.com/

Event: 4th of July – Sedona Wet Fest

Date: July 4, 2018

Time: From 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m.

Event Description:
Come and enjoy the 4th of July with us. You will also still have time to drive to your favorite fireworks show at night. Enjoy lunch and music, a swimming pool and water slide fun. This event is free of charge (food not included).
The pool opens at 12 p.m. for free recreation swim and just outside the pool gate will be food for sale and fun water games and toys.

All pool rules apply and a 375 person pool maximum will be enforced.
Maximum does not apply to activities outside the pool gate.

Parking available in the West Sedona School parking lots.
Enjoy the water sides, water toys, and slip-n-slide.
All non-swimmers must be accompanied by and adult in the pool.

Cost/Admission: Free

Location: Sedona Community Pool
Address: 570 Posse Ground Road, Sedona, Arizona 86336

Phone: 928-282-7098

Contact URL:

Event: Sedona Hummingbird Festival

Dates: July 27-29, 2018

Event Description:
The International Hummingbird Society presents the annual celebration of hummingbirds. The event is three days of engaging presentations by nationally recognized hummingbird experts in the fields of science, gardening, rehabilitation, banding, storytelling, and more.

The Sedona Hummingbird Festival is always held around the end of July, when Sedona’s hummingbird population is highest and most diverse. There are 5 or even 6-7 species instead of the usual 2, and with typically five times the number of hummers as in early summer. Thanks to Sedona’s high altitude of 4,500 feet, the intense summer heat is less than in the more southern parts of Arizona.

Festival highlights include Sunrise Hummingbird Breakfasts at known ‘hummingbird hotspots,’ hummingbird garden tours, hummingbird banding demonstrations, and a marketplace for nature/hummingbird-themed merchandise.

Arizona is already well known as a top state for seeing the most hummingbird species. People travel great distances just to see Arizona’s hummers. In addition, Sedona also has Red Rock Country and that makes the experience even more desirable to see the beautiful hummingbirds.

Cost/Admission:  http://hummingbirdsociety.org/hummingbird-festival/

Location: Sedona Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
located at the Sedona Red Rock High School
Address: 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, Sedona, AZ 86336

(800) 529-3699 and (928) 284-2251

Email: info@hummingbirdsociety.org
Contact URL: http://hummingbirdsociety.org/hummingbird-festival/

Michael Peach Cowboy Poetry Show

Date: August 4, 2018 – Saturday

Time: 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Event Description:
Come and have some fun with Sedona’s Michael Peach Poetry Show.
He is an author,
cowboy poet and actor and performs in his ‘Shenanigans & Skullduggery’ named performance. Michael mixes his cowboy poetry with tall tales and jokes. Further, Michael pokes fun at unusual incidents from Arizona law and politics.
Mike’s shows are a favorite at universities, and state and national parks.
The Michael Peach show is one hour long.

Cost/Admission: $6 for adults, children 12 and under free

Location: Sedona Heritage Museum
Address: 735 Jordan Road, Sedona, Arizona 86336

Phone: 928-282-7038

Contact URL: https://sedonamuseum.org/

Event: The 2018 Red Rocks Music Festival

Dates: September 8 – 28, 2018

Event Description:
The Red Rocks Music Festival is from September 8th to September 28th, 2018 at the Sedona Creative Life Center.

The music will feature the world renowned violinist
Shlomo Mintz in a Gala Solo recital, Pianist Sandra Shapiro ” In My Father’s Footsteps – a daughter’s search for answers”.
Also, “From the Romantic to Jazz” and “Dialogue through Music” will be performed by David Ehrlich, Anna Kazepides, violins, Rami Solomonow, viola, Jan Simiz, cello, Michael Kazepides, Double-Bass, Teresa Ehrlich, piano and Nikola Djurica, clarinet.

For tickets and more information, visit http://www.redrocksmusicfestival.com

Location: Sedona Creative Life Center
Address: 333 Schnebly Hill Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336

Phone: (928) 282-9300

Email: http://www.redrocksmusicfestival.com/contact.html

Website URL: http://www.redrocksmusicfestival.com/

Event: Sedona Airport Family Fun Day

Date: September 15, 2018 – Saturday

Time: From 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Event Description:
Come and join us for Sedona Airport will host a family fun day on September 15
from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. See lots of great aircraft – from old military planes, restored to new antiques, and state of the art aircraft with full glass cockpits. Walk and talk with pilots and learn about the world of aviation.

Free parking and free admission. The event will feature tons of exhibits including cool classic automobiles, trucks, and aircraft of all vintages; including former military, antique, home-built, and brand new aircraft.

This is also a fly-in for pilots in the southwest. Sedona Airport invites all to fly in and meet and greet the public and fellow pilots.

There will be tasty food, cool beverages, and grand entertainment for the whole family at the Sedona Airport Family Fun Day.

Cost/Admission: Free

Location: Sedona Airport
Address: 235 Air Terminal Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336

Phone: 928-282-4487

Email: Admin@SedonaAirport.org
and RedRockAV@SedonaAirport.org

Contact URL: http://sedonaairport.org/

Event: Sedona Arts Festival

Dates: October 6-7, 2018

Oct. 6th, Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Oct. 7th, Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Event Description:
Come and visit us at the Sedona Red Rock High School. The festival showcases
126 juried artists, a Gourmet Gallery, an international guest artist, and KidZone. There will also be great music, food, and raffle prizes.
(The Gourmet Gallery is your one-stop shop for locally made tasty treats
for your kitchen and luxurious products for your bath.)

The 126 artists from across the US will be showcasing a wide variety of artistic creations in the following areas:
Mixed Media
Fiber Art

Please note: Your admission payments supports
the arts education in our community.

At the gate: $12
Online in advance: $10
Children 12 and under are FREE

Location: Sedona Red Rock High School
Address: 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, West Sedona, AZ

Contact URL: https://sedonaartsfestival.org/

Event: Pumpkin Splash

Date: October 20, 2018

Time: From 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Event Description:
It is pumpkin patch fun time again. You are invited to bring your bathing suit and enjoy the Pumpkin Splash in Sedona. The Sedona Community Pool will be home to pumpkins ready for the picking… Out of the water that is! This is fun for all ages. There will be some classic activities and some new games for children on the pool deck for playing and competing. Everyone entering the pool facility, adults and children alike, must pay a $5 admission fee. The fee of $5 includes a pumpkin to take home.

Cost/Admission: $5

Location: Sedona Community Pool
Address: 570 Posse Ground Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336

Phone: 928-282-0112

Contact URL: http://www.sedonaaz.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/9350/1201?toggle=all&folder=2172

Event: Sedona Open Studios Tour

Dates: November 9 – 11, 2018

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily

Event Description:
This is a self-guided tour event celebrating the arts in the greater Verde Valley. The tour provides the opportunity to meet over 50 artists in their private studios, working in a number of artistic mediums. Maps and informative brochures will be available in a number of locations or at our website: http://sedonaartistscoalition.org/

Cost/Admission: Free

Location: http://sedonaartistscoalition.org/

Phone: 503-789-4437.

Email: mjupp10@gmail.com
Contact URL: http://sedonaartistscoalition.org/

Event: Veteran’s Day Tribute

Date: November 11, 2018

Time: 11:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.

Event Description:
Sedona’s premiere Veteran’s Day Celebration.

Self-Guided Tour:
$5.00 Adults
Free for Children (under 13)
Audio Tour:
*$2.00 additional (all ages)

Location: Sedona Heritage Museum
Address: 735 Jordan Road, Sedona, Arizona
The Sedona Heritage Museum is located in Jordan Historical Park, 735 Jordan Road, in uptown Sedona, Arizona. Tour through the Museum’s regular exhibits highlighting our Early Settlers, Ranchers & Cowboys, the Orchard Industry, and Movies made in Sedona.

Phone: 928-282-7038

Contact URL: http://sedonamuseum.org/annual-events/

Event: Sedona Tree Lighting and Santa Visit at Tlaquepaque North

Date: December 7, 2018

Time: 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Event Description:
This is a traditional tree-lighting with refreshments, and holiday entertainment with a visit from Santa for the children. This free event takes place at Tlaquepaque North and is presented by Sedona Chamber of Commerce and the Tourism Bureau.

Cost/Admission: Free

Location: Tlaquepaque North
Address: 313 State Route, Sedona, AZ

Phone: 928-282-4838

Email: visitorinfo@tlaq.com
Contact URL: http://www.tlaq.com/

Event: The Lighting of 6,000 Luminarias – Festival of Lights

Date: December 8, 2018

Time: from 3:00pm to 8:00pm

Event Description:
The Festival of Lights includes a schedule of lively musical entertainment,
a visit from Santa, and free cider. The River of Life Tabernacle Choir will be performing.
At the tolling of the bell tower at 5:00pm, the lighting of 6,000 luminarias gets underway in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways.
This grand tradition of the Festival of Lights began 45 years ago and is a highly anticipated holiday event in Sedona.

Specially designated luminarias to honor cancer survivors
can be purchased in Patio del Norte as well.

Free Admission & Free Trolley Service
from Up Town Municipal Parking Lot – 260 Schnebly Rd.

Cost/Admission: Free

Location: Tlaquepaque
Address: 336 State Route 179, Sedona, 86336

Phone: 928-282-4838

Email: visitorinfo@tlaq.com
Contact URL: https://www.tlaq.com/events

Event: Holiday Sweet Stroll Event at Tlaquepaque

Date: December 15, 2018 – Saturday

Time: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Event Description:
The Tlaquepaque arts village will be holiday shining in decorative lights and window
dressings reminiscent of A Christmas Carol. Santa Claus will be greeting the little ones.
Holiday Carolers will be dressed in clothes from the Dickens era will sing traditional songs acappella as they walk through the courtyards.
For additional fun, the Grinch will be lurking throughout the courtyards.
Retailers will have their shops open and filled with unique gifts
and with sweet treats, special give-a-ways, and discounted offers.
This event will feature some of the best boutiques, galleries and restaurants in Sedona.
Free Admission & Free Trolley Service from
Up Town Municipal Parking Lot – 260 Schnebly Road.

Cost/Admission: Free Admission

Location: Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
Address: 336 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ

Phone: 928-282-4838

Email: visitorinfo@tlaq.com
Contact URL: https://www.tlaq.com/events


Event: Run Sedona Marathon
The 14th Annual Run Sedona

Date: February 2, 2019 – Saturday

Time: Schedule
6:00 am FREE Shuttles begin pick-ups
6:00 am Venue opens for gear drop, etc.
8:15 am Welcome
8:30 am Half Marathon start
8:40 am 10K start
8:50 am 5K start
9:30 am Massage tent opens
9:30 am Beer Garden opens
10:00 am 5K awards presentation (top 3 male and female finishers) Start/finish area 10:30 am 10K awards presentation (top 3 male and female finishers)

Start/finish area
11:00 am All Half Marathon participants must be through turn-around 11:00 am Half Marathon awards presentation (top 3 male and female finishers) Start/finish area
2:00 pm Finish line closed
3:00 pm Free Shuttle Makes Final Route
3:30 pm Post Race Party

Event Description:
Parking at the Sedona Cultural Park –
Saturday, February 2, 2019.

Thanks to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce, and it’s member organizations, we are able to offer a FREE shuttle service for the event. The shuttle service is scheduled to run from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on race day, Saturday February 2. Pick-up locations are finalized, and the drop off will be at the intersection of Bristlecone and Navoti Drives just south (and a short walk) of the race venue.

Parking for athletes and spectators will be available at the Sedona Cultural Park, and the Sedona High School. To avoid traffic, consider carpooling or using the convenient shuttle for the drop-off located at the corners of Navoti Drive and Bristlecone Pine. Expect delays, so plan accordingly for your race start. Allow lots of time to park, and walk to the start/finish area.

The walk from the Cultural Park or the High School is approximately 15 minutes.

Start/Finish line is located on Navoti Drive between Bristlecone and S. Foothills Drive; behind the Sedona Medical Center; 3700 West State Route 89A; Sedona, AZ 86336

For our local residents, the course travels on SR89A to Dry Creek Road from Sedona to Boynton Canyon Road (FS 152C) and then to Boynton Pass Road (FS 152C) and returns the same route. Throughout most of the morning hours and into the late afternoon there will be signs indicating that runners are on the roadway.

The Sedona Marathon Event is a
USA Track & Field Sanctioned Event.

Cost/Admission: https://sedonamarathon.com/
(See 2019 Pricing)

Terms & Conditions:
Once you have entered a race, your entry fees are non-exchangeable, non-transferable, and non-refundable, under any and all circumstances, including, but not limited to, cancellation of the event or of your participation, or change in the date, nature, or format of the event. An event may be cancelled or changed due to severe weather or other factors that threaten the safety of participants, staff, or volunteers.

Location: Run Sedona
Address: 45 Sunset Drive, Sedona, Arizona 86336

Race Information: https://sedonamarathon.com/race-info/

Contact URL: https://sedonamarathon.com/contact/

Event: Sedona International Film Festival –
The 25th Annual Anniversary

Date: February 23 – March 3, 2019

Event Description:
This is our ‘SILVER ANNIVERSARY’ celebrating 25 years from
February 23 – March 3, 2019. From shorts to features, and documentaries to animation, and student films to foreign films. This is a wonderful film viewing opportunity.

Our Sedona Film Festival is recognized by filmmakers and audiences as one of the top film festivals in the nation. We were named the “Fest to Impress” by Movie Maker Magazine.

Please come and join filmmakers, celebrities, industry guests and film buffs from all around the world for this great film experience and celebration.

Film Festival Office
and Mary D. Fisher Theatre
2030 W. State Route 89A, Suite A-3
Sedona, AZ 86336

Location: Official Program

Phone: (928) 282-1177

Contact URL: http://www.sedonafilmfestival.org/

Event: Sedona Yoga Festival

Dates: March 14–17, 2019

Event Description:
March 14 – 17, 2019
Now in its 7th year, the Sedona Yoga Festival gives beginners and spiritual seekers from all over the world the opportunity to explore the many areas of yoga.
Situated on the majestic lands of Sedona, Arizona, the Sedona Yoga Festival offers this time of yoga, meditation, music and energy work. With more than 200 total classes, events, workshops and performances, plus presenters from both around the corner and around the globe, SYF2019 includes offerings for every level of yogi, from the absolute beginner to a master teacher.

You can deepen your practice and tap into ancient wisdom with the festival days of yoga, music and energy work in the undisputed spiritual center of the West.

Yoga & Meditation –
Beginners and experts are welcome. No matter your level, there’s so much to learn at SYF2019: Hatha, Ashtanga, Acro, Adaptive, Restorative, Jivamukti, Kundalini, Yin, and Thai. Explore them all.

You may wish to focus on a specific body part, a special posture or a specific goal. Whatever makes you bloom… SYF2019 will provide.

Cost/Admission: http://sedonayogafestival.com/purchase-tickets/

About SYF2019: http://sedonayogafestival.com/about-us/

Phone: 928-793-2777

Contact URL: http://sedonayogafestival.com/
Email: info@sedonayogafestival.com

Sedona Farmers Community Market

Summer Season 2018
Weekly Fridays

8 – 11.30am
May 11 – Oct 12, 2018
Location: Tlaquepaque / Creekside
336 Highway 179, Sedona AZ 86336

Winter Season 2018/19
Weekly Sundays
12 – 4pm
Oct 21, 2018 – April 28, 2019
Location: Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot
2201 W State Route 89A, West Sedona AZ 86336


Our Mission is to support local agriculture.

The market aims to support local sustainable agricultural activity and increase the supply of locally grown food.
Local food is not only fresher, it also preserves genetic diversity, promotes energy conservation, supports local farm families, builds community and preserves open space,” says founding director, Katrin Themlitz.


Event: Sedona Psychic Training Workshops
Date: Upcoming in the future
Cost: Contact at website
Location: Sedona AZ, actual location given when registering

URL: http://psychicnirup.com/psychic_enlightenment_seminars__sedona_az.html



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