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Oct. 11, 2021

Celebrate Art Created on Sedona Real Estate at the Exposures Art Gallery

Celebrate fine art near your Sedona home.The Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art is a wonderful asset to those living in Sedona real estate. It is one of the biggest and most unique fine art galleries in the world. This year, the gallery is celebrating its 25th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, the gallery is featuring Artist Shows the first three weekends of October. The first two weekends have already passed and featured such artists as Jami Tobey, Jd Challenger, Tom Johnson, John Maisano, Kathy Kaberline, Barbara Westwood, and Nic McGuire.

On the final weekend of this event, shows will be available On Friday, October 15, 2021 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, October 17, 2021 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The first Friday show is available through RSVP only. Featured artists this weekend include the Adams Artist Family, Bling by Wilkening, Frasca and Halliday, John Burrow, Daniel Newman, Penelope Bushman, and Marietta Bajer. There is an online form to fill out if you would like to RSVP for the first Friday show, or call 928.282.1125.

Find Beautiful Art for Your Sedona Home Seven Days a Week

Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art is located at 561 State Route 179 in Sedona. Regular hours of operation are from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Sunday. Come out to view and purchase the amazing artwork and keep an eye on the calendar for future events. Those living in Sedona real estate can also consider utilizing this facility for an event rental. Private events can be held among 20,000 square feet of art display, creating a sophisticated backdrop for your next event. Contact the gallery for more details and pricing for rentals. All who call Sedona home are invited to visit the Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art website to learn more and see the calendar of future events. 

 

Oct. 4, 2021

It’s Time to Get Excited About Your Sedona Home at the Arts Center

Celebrate your Sedona home at the arts center.Celebrate your Sedona home by attending Celebrate Sedona. This community is a great place to live, and there is much to celebrate. This event started on August 4th, 2021 and has been taking place on the first Wednesday of every other month. Each installment features local musicians, food trucks, wineries, and live demonstrations by local artists. The event takes place at the Sedona Arts Center, which is located at State Route 89A and Art Barn Road in Sedona.

The next event will take place on Wednesday, October 6th, 2021 from 3:45 p.m. to 6 p.m. Music will be provided by the Mingus Union High School 6 piece Rock Band at 3:45 and the Knockabouts at 4:30 p.m. Artists demonstrations will be featuring Justine Mantor-Waldie and the SAC Ceramics Department, which will offer demos and a ceramics sale. Shop for some new pieces for yourself or gifts for friends or family. As always, food trucks will be on the scene. Stop on the way home to your Sedona real estate from school or work to celebrate the city, support local musicians, artists, and food trucks, and enjoy some time outside.

Sedona Real Estate Owners Enjoy Lots of Events at the Arts Center

The Sedona Arts Center has a full calendar between now and the end of the year. Another installment of Celebrate Sedona will take place on December 1st, the 2021 Sedona Plein Air Festival will take place from October 23rd through October 30th, and Souls of Forgotten Objects will be on display from December 1st through December 23rd. The Sedona Arts Center is a fantastic asset to the Sedona community. Consider becoming a member, donating time or money, and giving your support. All who call Sedona home are invited to learn more about the Sedona Arts Center and view more details about upcoming events and exhibits on their website

 

Sept. 27, 2021

People Living in Sedona Experience History Come to Life at Red Rock History Roundup

People living in Sedona learn local history.The Sedona Heritage Museum offers many great events throughout the year to those living in Sedona. One of the most popular offerings is the Red Rock History Roundup, which includes guided tours of the Red Rock Loop area. The next installment will take place on Wednesday, September 29th from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Additional dates are September 30th, October 1st, and October 2nd. Participants will visit historic sites, homesteads, and buildings while traveling along the Red Rock Loop Road.

The cost is $60 for members of the Sedona Historical Society or $70 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased at the museum or by calling 928.282.7038. Space is limited on the luxury coaches, so be sure to claim your spot early. Please arrive for the tour by 1:45 p.m. so that the tour can begin right at 2 p.m. Park in the museum’s overflow lot, just past the entrance on Jordan Road.

Explore Historic Sedona Property With Paul Thompson

Join tour guide Paul Thompson, who is the grandson of J.J. Thompson, Oak Creek Canyon’s first permanent Anglo settler. Thompson grew up in Red Rock and enjoys giving tours as a way to share the long history of his family in the area. During the tour, participants will visit many sites. These include Chavez place, Dumas Ranch, Schuerman-Red Rock Cemetery, Schuerman family homestead house, the Armijo homestead house, ruins of the first school (1891), the site of an early Oak Creek Vineyard, an irrigation flume made of barrels, and more. Listen to stories about the people who first lived in a Sedona property as well as historic themes from the time period.

Before the tour, or on another day, stop into the Sedona Heritage Museum and learn more about local history. The museum is open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. except for major holidays. The cost for admission is $7 for adults. Children under 13 are free. Everyone living in Sedona is invited to learn more about the Sedona Heritage Museum and the Red Rock History Roundup online

 

Sept. 20, 2021

Taste Amazing Wines Made near Sedona Property at the 12th Annual Sedona Winefest

Sedona property owners go to Sedona Winefest.People who own Sedona property know that Arizona is making a bid to become the next big wine-growing region in the US. Wine aficionados who don’t live in Sedona are starting to take notice, too. That’s why the Sedona Winefest is in its 12th year. This year, guests will enjoy two days of sampling local Arizona wines, from Saturday, September 25th to Sunday, September 26th.

For maximum fun, plan to attend the event kick-off party at Sound Bites Grill on Friday, September 24th. Wine tasting begins at 6 p.m. and runs until 8:30. Tickets are $25 per person and includes a Sedona Winefest commemorative wine glass. Try wines from two wineries close to Sedona: Alcantara Vineyards and Caduceus Vineyards. Stick around for dancing and live music with Mother Road Trio from 7 to 10 p.m. The regular menu will be available. Get more details at Sound Bites Grill

People Who Live in Sedona and Beyond Taste Wines from 28 Wineries

The winefest itself will play host to 28 Arizona wineries, so guests can taste a huge variety of wines. Purchase a bottle or a case of your favorites to take home and make celebrations at your Sedona property extra special. There will also be several food trucks on site, so you’ll be able to try out dishes from local chefs as well. And what’s a festival without cool vendors? Find hand made furniture, freshly brewed coffee, and delicious baked treats. You’ll also find stunning jewelry and artwork for sale. The Sugar Thieves will round out the event with live music both days of the festival. Tickets are $35 when purchased in advance or $40 at the door. Non-drinkers buy a $10 general admission ticket. 

This year, out of an abundance of caution because of the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus, attendees must either present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event.

To get more details and purchase tickets, visit Sedona Winefest online

 

Sept. 13, 2021

Sedona Real Estate Owners Sample Local Brews on the Ales on Rails Train Ride

Try beers made near Sedona real estate at Ales on Rails.Not many people purchase Sedona real estate because of the amazing local breweries, but it’s certainly a cool perk. Arizona boasts many excellent breweries, and many will be represented at Ales on Rails. The fun event is hosted by Verde Canyon Railroad and runs from September 14th through October 31st. It’s a nod to the Old World Oktoberfest with a Sedona twist. Enjoy the gorgeous scenery of the Verde Valley as the greenery puts on its autumn splendor of red, gold, and orange. Saying farewell to summer is easier when you say hello to autumn with great beer and time with friends.

Find Beers and Food to Please Everyone from Sedona Homes

Ales on Rails tickets are $112 for the train ride and four 3-ounce beer tastings. For $125, you get a delightful lunch before the ride, as well as four beer tastings. Both tickets include a souvenir pint glass. There are a huge variety of beers for everyone 21 and older from Sedona homes to try, from hoppy IPAs to chocolate stout to light pilsners. The station patio will be set up for lunch as well as all beer tasting. When you check out with your ticket, you can choose from several different sandwiches, including vegetarian options.

Once you’re aboard the train, you’ll enjoy fruit, meats, and cheese to snack on, along with delicious brownie bites. You’ll also be able to purchase full pints of your favorite beer. Sit back in the fabulously comfortable couches and chairs and watch as the scenery flows by. You can also take in the fresh air on the open-air viewing car. The view of the Sycamore Wilderness is incomparable, and is inaccessible except by train.

Plan to leave your Sedona real estate in time for lunch and beer tastings at the station, starting at 11 a.m. and going until 12:45 p.m. At 1 p.m., you’ll board the train for the beautiful four-hour journey. This is a great trip to take with a group of friends or to have a date with your special someone.

Visit Ales on Rails online to learn more and book your ticket. 

 

Sept. 6, 2021

Learn About Wildlife Near Sedona Homes at An Evening with Ted

Learn about nature near Sedona homes.The stunning natural beauty of the area is a major factor that entices people to buy Sedona homes. Lots of residents enjoy amazing views out their windows and love being surrounded by the famous red rocks. The local hiking trails are teeming with plant and animal life. There are so many desert landscapes, but you can also find plenty of green along the creeks and rivers that flow through the mountains. There’s no other place on earth like Sedona, and Sedona real estate owners can spend a lifetime getting to know the rich natural habitats.

Sedona Real Estate Owners Get Tickets to Friday’s Special Presentation

If you are someone who loves nature and wants to learn more about your local ecology, then plan to come to the Mary D. Fisher Theatre this Friday, September 10th at 4 p.m. for “An Evening with Ted: The Beauty of Sedona and the Colorado Plateau and Those Who Call It Home”. The presentation will last about 75 minutes and is presented by the Sedona International Film Festival.

Ted is an accomplished photographer and will present many of his own images of Sedona, the Colorado Plateau, and Northern/Central Arizona. His perspective is unique, and attendees will get to see rarely seen views of our red rocks, from above and through the clouds. He has images of canyons, mountains, volcanoes, and rivers. He also has many images of local wildlife species, some of which are very shy and hard to capture. This presentation is a must-see for anyone who loves nature.

Regular price tickets are $12, and film festival members receive a discount. The Mary D. Fisher Theatre is located at 2030 West State Route 89A, centrally located to most Sedona homes. Get more information about An Evening with Ted online, purchase tickets, learn about membership, and find out more about upcoming Sedona International Film Festival events. 

 

Aug. 30, 2021

Music Lovers Living in Sedona Celebrate Classical Music This Labor Day Weekend

People living in Sedona go to classical music concerts.The amazing arts culture is one of the many aspects to love about living in Sedona. From local musicians playing at our restaurants to rock concerts in the park to classical music, we have it all. Red Rocks Music Festival is one of our fabulous local musical groups. With a focus on classical chamber music, the group adds a touch of refinement to our musical life. And they’ve been at it for 20 whole years. Celebrate this milestone at a special musical evening on Friday, September 3rd at Classically Uncorked.

The festivities will be held at Decanter Tasting Room in the Village of Oak Creek. The address is 7000 AZ-179 A-100. It’s a quick drive from any Sedona home. The fun begins at 7 p.m. Three festival musicians will provide the evening’s entertainment. Jan Simiz will play cello, with Carmit Zori and David Ehrlich on violins. Not only will guests enjoy the musical interludes, they’ll also get to indulge in specially paired wines with a meat and cheese tray. Tickets are $85.

Hear Two More Classical Concerts Near Your Sedona Home

Labor Day weekend will see two more concerts for music lovers living in Sedona. The Mary D. Fisher Theatre will come alive with the sounds of “A Dialogue of Strings” on Saturday, September 4th at 4 p.m. The concert will be presented by a quartet made up of David Ehrlich and Carmit Zori on violin, Christopher McKay on viola, and Jan Simitz on cello. They will play selections from Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven and Bartok. Tickets for this concert are $36.

Finally, on Sunday, September 5th at 3 p.m., head to Sedona Creative Life Center at 333 Schnebly Hill Road. Attendees will enjoy “Classics on the Rocks”, a concert of the works of Boccherini, Piazzolla, and Dvorak. The string quartet from Saturday will be joined by Thomas Landschoot on cello, Teresa Ehrlich on piano, and Fred Marderness on percussion. Tickets are $36.

Visit Red Rocks Music Festival online to purchase tickets, get more details, and learn about other upcoming concerts. 

 

Aug. 23, 2021

Sedona Property Owners Meet at Oak Creek Brewery to Relax with Drinks

Enjoy great food and drinks on Sedona property at Oak Creek Brewery.Oak Creek Brewery is the best place to go to kick back and relax with a special someone or with a group of friends. Located in historic Sedona property at Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village, it’s also the perfect way to end a day browsing the amazing art galleries in the village.

People living in Sedona should come hungry when they go to Oak Creek Brewery. The menu is full of delicious appetizers and tasty entrees. They also have a great menu of beers brewed right on the premises. If you’ve never tried any Oak Creek beers, opt for the Seven Dwarves sampler. For $14, you’ll get a 4 ounce sample of each of the beers on the menu. Then you can order a full pint of your favorite.

Everyone living in Sedona Will Enjoy the Great Menu at Oak Creek Brewery

If you’re looking for something to kick start your meal, go for the Oak Creek hot wings. Enjoy a platter of crispy wings tossed in a signature spicy sauce, served with wasabi ranch and blue cheese dressing on the side. For a milder flavor to start, have the brew pub pretzels. Enjoy three pretzels baked in the wood-fired oven and served with ale-infused cheese fondue.

When it’s time for the main course, there are so many yummy choices. Try one of the gourmet burgers, which are made from half-pound Certified Angus Beef patties. Then there are the sandwiches. A great one to try is the Brewmaster’s Bomber. Bratwurst is simmered in ale, then served on a French roll with whole grain mustard and sauerkraut. The pizzas are all made in the wood-fired oven, giving them an authentic flavor. Create your own combination or choose one like the meat lovers, which is Canadian bacon, hot Italian sausage, bratwurst, and pepperoni layered over marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese.

Visit Oak Creek Brewery online to see the full menu. Walk right into the restaurant or order delivery to your Sedona property. 

 

Aug. 16, 2021

Sedona Real Estate Owners Celebrate the End of Summer at Tlaquepaque Toy Town

Sedona real estate owners go to Sip and Shop at Toy Town.The end of summer is always bittersweet. The weather is cooling down, which is great. But for kids from Sedona real estate, school has started or is about to. To take the sting out of the end of summer, head to Tlaquepaque Toy Town and Half Pint Kid’s Boutique. On Friday, August 20th, they’re hosting an end of summer Sip and Shop bash from 4 to 7 p.m. Kids can enjoy tasty snacks, while their parents relax with drinks. Enter to win cool giveaways. Both stores are also offering 15% off any purchase made that day.

Tlaquepaque Toy Town offers a unique selection of toys and games. With such a huge variety, you’ll find something for all the kids at your Sedona home to enjoy. From adorable baby toys to fun things to encourage older kids’ imaginations, they have it all. Kids can cool off and come up with fun games in one of the air forts. Just add a box fan, and kids will have hours of screen-free playtime. Add in a couple of costumes or some imaginative toys from Melissa and Doug, and the creative juices start flowing.

Find Great Toys, Games, and Clothes for the Kids at Your Sedona Home

If your kids have grown out of their swimsuits, Half Pint Kid’s Boutique has a great selection for boys and girls, including rash guards and goggles. There are also lots of fun blow up pool toys. Summer might be winding down, but there’s still plenty of great weather to enjoy the pool at your Sedona real estate.

Encourage kids to expand their minds in a fun way with science kits, arts and crafts supplies, and challenging brain teaser games. There are also puzzles and construction toys. There’s nothing like a stack of new books to get kids interested in reading.

Visit Tlaquepaque Toy Town and Half Pint Kid’s Boutique online to find the online shop. Then check out the Facebook event page for Sip and Shop and RSVP.  

 

Aug. 9, 2021

Everyone from Sedona Homes Comes to Dance at Posse Grounds Pavilion on Friday

People from Sedona homes go dancing at the park.Celebrate the beauty of your city and have a blast at Dance in the Park on Friday, August 13th. Head to Posse Grounds Pavilion, 525 Posse Ground Road. The event is hosted by the Sedona Public Library and Sedona Dance Academy. Everyone from Sedona homes is welcome, and the event is free. The event will kick off at 6:30 p.m. with a performance by dancers from Sedona Dance Academy. They’ll also be giving dance instruction to all participants who would like it. This is a wonderful all-ages event that brings the community together for fun, fresh air and exercise, and meeting new friends. 

Find More Dancing Opportunities and Library Resources for Sedona Real Estate Owners

Sedona Dance Academy offers a full range of dance classes to kids from Sedona homes. They can start out with Mommy & Me dance classes that focus on coordination and having fun. Children ages three and up start ballet instruction in the Toddler Topaz class. Kids progress through three levels of ballet instruction. They can also take jazz, hip hop, and tap. The instructors at the academy, Jessica Phillips and Kirstyn Lazur, are both highly trained professional dancers with many years of teaching experience. Classes begin the week of August 23rd and run through December 18th. Most classes are held in the afternoon and won’t interfere with regular school hours. Learn more and register at the Sedona Dance Academy website

The Sedona Public Library is a great resource for Sedona real estate owners. The library has a great collection of books, periodicals, music, and movies. There are also tons of electronic resources. In addition, the library hosts both virtual and in-person events for all ages. Toddlers attend story time in the park and music mornings, school age kids get into science activities and chess club, and people of all ages can learn conversational Spanish. Visit the Sedona Public Library website to learn more about upcoming events, get a library card, and use electronic resources.