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welcomes you to the
upcoming events in Sedona, Arizona.
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phone at 928-300-8338,
or visit her at 2756 W. SR 89A, suite 9,
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Nirup has selected
the following Sedona Events
for your visiting
Participating in any
Sedona Events will
only add to your
Experience Sedona visit.
Event schedules may
still be changed or be cancelled
due to the concerns of the
2021 – 2022 Events
Event: Volunteers Welcome in Building Homes
with Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity
Date: October 19, 2021 – Tuesday
We are building homes with Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity
for qualified families in need. You are welcome to come join and
participate for one day or as an on-going commitment.
The activities on a daily basis. can vary and may include landscaping,
or painting, carpentry, framing, drywall, roofing,
and/or site clean-up.
Also, there is our retail ReStore business
where you may volunteer to help.
We provide what you will need, instruction
and the tools that are needed on site.
With your help, together we can all make a difference .
Please Note: there is no experience necessary.
Location/Address: Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity
737 S Main St Cottonwood, Arizona
Phone: 928-649-6788 – Tania Simms
Email: email@example.com (for details)
Contact URL: https://vvhabitat.org/
Event: Sedona Mountain Bike Festival
Dates: Nov. 12-14, 2021
The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival is a three-day mountain bike celebration
that includes a main Expo/festival, bike demos, shuttled rides, gear vendors, a
beer garden, great bands, food trucks, skills clinics and a whole lotta sweet
RED SINGLE TRACK. With over 90 vendors there are more demo bikes and
more to do than any other bike demo out there. We are working to make the
2021 Sedona Mountain Bike Festival bigger and better than last year.
Note: The trail system within the Red Rock Ranger District of the Coconino
National Forest around Sedona, AZ is one of the most special resources you’ll
find anywhere. This is a trail system shared with hikers and equestrians, and
our goal with this festival is to celebrate it appropriately: respect the resource,
respect other trail users and generally leave a great impression of the mountain
bike community which means NOT leaving our physical impression.
Schedule and Times: http://sedonamtbfestival.com/schedule/
Posse Grounds Park
525 Posse Ground Rd,
Sedona, AZ 86336
Contact URL: http://sedonamtbfestival.com/
Event: Sedona Festival of Lights
Date: December 11, 2021
Event Time: 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Event Description: The Lighting of 6000 Luminarias.
The cherished tradition of Festival of Lights began 48 years ago and is a highly
anticipated holiday event in Sedona. There will be our schedule of lively musical
entertainment, a visit from Santa, and free cider awaits. This is a wonderful
outing for families and friends. The River of Life Tabernacle Choir will be
performing. At the tolling of the bell at 5:00 p.m., the lighting of
6,000 luminarias gets underway in Tlaquepaque’s
courtyards and walkways.
Note: Specially designated luminarias to
honor cancer survivors can be
purchased in Patio Del Norte as well.
Cost: Free admission
336 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336
Contact URL: https://www.tlaq.com/events
Sedona Farmers Community Market
Contact: Katrin Themlitz, Director
Cell Phone: 928-821-1133
Breakfast Items: Tamales, breakfast burritos, coffee, tea,
horchata, green drinks, smoothies.
Vegetables: Tomatoes, chard, lettuce, arugula, kohlrabi, collards, French cucumbers, carrots, zucchini, potatoes, fennel, celery, candy onions, garlic, beets, leeks, fennel, mustard greens, turnips, broccoli, leaks, baby kale lettuce mix, radishes, butternut squash, micro greens – buckwheat, mung beans, sweet peas, sunflower, wheat grass trays (pre-order only).
Sauces, Dips, Condiments: Pesto, salsa, hot sauce, hummus, chips.
Herbs: Chives, dill, parsley, cilantro, oregano, coriander seeds, chamomile, sage, thyme, basil and basil plants
Fruits, Nuts, Legumes: Watermelon, honey dew melon, cantaloupe, rhubarb, strawberries, pecans, dried pinto beans.
Canned Artisan Products: Jams, jellies, sauerkraut, pickled asparagus, pickled quail and chicken eggs, pickled prickly pear, pickled pineapple, fermented cabbage and more.
Breads and Pastries: European sourdough and rye, sweet corn bread, cinnamon rolls, donuts, also gluten free and paleo options made from quinoa and almond flours.
Meat, Eggs, Dairy: Grass fed beef, sausage, farm fresh pastured chicken/duck/quail eggs.
Healing Products: Raw honey, kombucha, locally made almond butter, locally made CBD oil tincture, organic vinegar elixirs, magnesium skin lotion, emu dietary supplements and tinctures, homeopathic tinctures, organic herbal teas, locally distilled essential oils, lavender.
Other: Gourmet popsicles, raw chocolates and truffles, dried lavender flowers, raw honey (mesquite, cat claw, wildflower), organic teas, jams and jellies, gluten free Italian cuisine, plant starts, worm castings, goat milk products (lotions, soaps, shampoo and body butters), tamales, state of the art knives by Cutco (sales support students going back to school) and much more!
Services: Chair Massage Therapy weekly, knife sharpening (winter monthly) is offered at the market.
Education: Master Gardeners of U of A Agricultural Extension of Yavapai County offering their gardening expertise, Oak Creek Watershed Council offering good practices to help keep our waterways and watershed vital.
Please Note: Governor Ducey
and the City of Sedona support the operation
of the Farmers Market as providing
an essential service like a grocery store.
The new format will include
an entrance and exit, all
produce will be pre-bagged,
food to go, no cooked food on site.
The vendors will follow
health department and CDC guidelines.
Please leave your pets at home.
Bring a face mask and
practice social distancing.
Thank you for supporting
our local food providers.
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,
Event: Sedona Psychic Training Workshops
Date: Upcoming in the future
Cost: Contact at website
Location: Sedona AZ, actual location given when registering