Psychic Readings by Nirup
welcomes you to the
upcoming events in Sedona, Arizona.
Nirup may be contacted at psychicnirup.com,
email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
phone at 928-300-8338,
or visit her in Plaza Del Oeste
at 2756 W. SR 89A, suite 9, Plaza Del Oeste, Sedona AZ
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
change or be cancelled
due to the concerns of the
May 9, 2021
Happy Mother’s Day
Event: Sedona Community
Food Bank Volunteer Opportunity
Date: May 17, 2021 – Monday
Event Time: 7:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Volunteers are needed and are a crucial contribution to fight against hunger.
There are a number of ways you can donate time. We need people to sort groceries,
prepare kids backpacks and help on the food distribution day.
Please no drop-in volunteers.
The greatest need is for volunteer workers –
fill-out an application to join our team of volunteers:
If you would like to receive e-mails about volunteer opportunities,
please let us know at
Location/Address: Sedona Community Food Bank
680 Sunset Dr., Sedona, AZ 86336
Phone: 928-204-2808 – Cathleen Healy-Baiza
Contact URL: https://sedonafoodbank.org/index.html
Event: Verde Canyon Railroad –
Reptiles at the Rails
Date: June 8, 2021 – Tuesday
Event Time: 11:00 AM to 12:45 PM
Great Event for Nature Lovers of All Ages –
Learn about raptors and other native Sedona wildlife
at the depot and on the train through an up-close experience.
By partnering with Phoenix’s Liberty Wildlife the Verde Canyon Railroad
provides visitors with an opportunity to see rescued educational Arizona
animals at the depot.
During the summer season, Liberty volunteers will share several friendly
educational reptiles: snakes, lizards and tortoises, with passengers on the
patio, from 11:00am until 12:45pm. All are welcome.
Location/Address: Verde Canyon Railroad
300 N Broadway, Clarkdale, Arizona
Event: 2021 Sedona Hummingbird Festival
Dates: July 30 – August 1, 2021
The Sedona Hummingbird Festival is always held when Sedona’s hummingbird population is highest and most diverse—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, we escape the intense summer heat experienced in more southern parts of Arizona. August is also a “low season” for tourism in Sedona, so you’ll usually be able to take advantage of lower lodging prices.
This event is sponsored by the International Hummingbird Society.
Location/Address: Sedona Performing Arts Center
995 Upper Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336
Alt Phone: 800-529-3699
Event: Sedona WagFest & Fair
Date: September 18, 2021
This is a special day out for dogs and their humans.
This canine event will feature booths where you can shop and learn from the
area’s best dog-related product & service providers. Demonstrations &
contests will be scheduled throughout the event. It’s free, fun, & family-friendly.
Please Note: For the safety: All dogs must be current on vaccinations,
be kept on a leash, handlers must be 18 years and clean up
after your dogs.
Location/Address: Posse Grounds Pavillion
525 Posse Ground Rd Sedona, AZ 86336
Sedona Farmers Community Market
[There will be farm fresh fruits
and vegetables, eggs, grass fed beef,
goat products, tamales, breads and
pastries, gluten free, vegan,
live music and much more.]
Contact: Katrin Themlitz, Director
Cell Phone: 928-821-1133
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