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.