Sedona Events, Vortexes, Attractions

Sedona Events, Vortexes, Attractions

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

Nirup may be contacted at,
email at,
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.

Event: Sound Healing Concert
With Master Healer Suren Shresta

Date: October 24, 2019 – Thursday

Event Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Event Description:
Sound Healing Concert –
You can immerse yourself in an energetic vibrational experience
of healing tones masterfully channeled from the universe.
Please come and join in the experience with
Master Sound Healer Suren Shresta

in the Great Room of the Sedona Creative Life Center
for an evening of physically felt energy,
vibrational immersion, and healing

Cost: $35 in advance & $40 at the door

Sedona Creative Life Center
333 Schnebly Hill Rd Sedona, Arizona

Phone: Antony Berkman at 210-323-9670

Contact URL:

Event: 5th Annual Fall Family Pumpkin Picnic

Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019

Event Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Event Description:
A family event featuring pumpkin carving, outdoor games,
face painting, fun crafts, and more.
Please bring your own pumpkin
and picnic items for your family.

Cost: Free

Location/Address: Running River School
221 Brewer Road Sedona, Arizona

Phone: Eddie Simmons at 928-362-2659

Contact URL:

Event: Brunch with Birds of Prey

Date: November 2, 2019 – Saturday

Event Time: 10:00am to 12:30pm

Event Description:
This is a fundraiser for our Birds of Prey.
Please come and have brunch with the International Raptor &
Falconry Center & their Flying Team.
Enjoy some good food and see live raptors up close and two presentations debuting brand new research findings for Arizona’s Golden Eagle and falconry.
This is information is traditional ecological knowledge.

We will start the morning with some food, talk, silent auction & ending with an informal Q & A.

Free flying policy:
We free fly all our birds. Every single bird on our flying team is flown on a regular basis during the falconry season. As predators, it is very important for the hunting birds to do just that…HUNT. This keeps them psychologically and physically fit. Every spring the Flying Team goes up for ‘the moult’.
This is a time when they drop old, worn feathers and grow new ones.
This is very energy intensive so, they are fed as much as they want of
high quality food and supplements.
(This is the time our food bill goes way up!)

Cost: Free
Secure your FREE admission ticket using the link

Location/Address: Keep Sedona Beautiful
360 Brewer Rd, Sedona, Arizona

Phone: Michele Losee at 928-522-3472


Contact URL:

Event: Sedona Veteran’s Day Tribute

Date: November 11, 2019

Time: 11:00am

Event Description:
This is an annual event.
Come and celebrate

Sedona’s local veterans at this
premiere tribute at the
Sedona Heritage Museum.

Motor-coach Parking

How Sedona got its name:
By the turn of the century, about 15 homesteading families
called this area home.
T. C. Schnebly was an enterprising
young man from Gorin, Missouri who had
married Sedona Miller. T.C.’s brother, Ellsworth,
had moved to Arizona for
health reasons, and convinced T. C. and Sedona to
join him in red rock country.

The Schnebly’s built a large two-story home
that also served as the area’s
first hotel and
general store. T.C. saw a need for regular
mail service,
and organized the little
village’s first post office.

T. C. suggested the names, Oak Creek Crossing
and Schnebly Station,
to Washington, D.C., but the
Postmaster General at the time had a prejudice

for one-word names for postmarks. Ellsworth
advised him,
“Why don’t you name it after your wife?”

When Amanda Miller’s little daughter was born
on Feb. 24, 1877,

in Missouri, Amanda “just thought up”
the name Sedona for the child because
she thought it sounded pretty.

So, the name Sedona isn’t Spanish,
nor Native American.

Adults:$10.00 with Audio, $7.00 Self-Guided
Children (under 13): $3.00 with Audio – Free Self-Guided
Group rates, self-guided, docent-led tours. Call 928-282-7038.

Location: Sedona Heritage Museum
Address: 735 Jordan Rd Sedona, AZ 86336

Phone: 928-282-7038

Contact URL:

Event: Festival of Lights at Tlaquepaque

Date: December 14, 2019

Times: From 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Event Description:
A selection of holiday musical entertainment.
There will be a visit from Santa for the children.
This is a wonderful outing event for families and friends.
the entertainment includes performances by
The River of Life Tabernacle Choir.
There is going to be cider to enjoy.
At the tolling of the bell tower at 5:00pm,
the lighting of 6,000 luminaries gets
underway in Tlaquepaque courtyards and walkways.
Note: There will be specially designated luminaries to
honor cancer survivors and they can be purchased
in Patio del Norte as well.

Motor-coach Parking

Cost/Admission: Free

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

Phone: 928-282-4838

Contact URL:

Sedona Farmers Community Market

WINTER SEASON 2019/20 ​ ​

Weekly Sundays
12 noon – 4:00 pm
Oct 27, 2019 – May 3, 2020
Location: Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot
2201 W State Route 89A, West Sedona AZ 86336

Contact: Katrin Themlitz, Director
Cell Phone:  928-821-1133

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



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Nirup welcomes you to enjoy your stay in Sedona AZ.

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