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WHAT VISITORS SAY

Location, location, location

March 30, 2017 by Roger Naylor Sedona proves that the old real estate mantra still rings true. It really is all about location, location, location. The town nestles at the mouth of spectacular Oak Creek Canyon. It spreads across a landscape of rising red rock columns and towers, and is blanketed by lush forest. A […]

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8 Things to Pack for a Sedona Road Trip

March 22, 2017 Guest post Sedona is a gorgeous gem of the Southwest famous for its incredible geography, quirky community, and good vibes. From well-preserved Native American ruins, to awe-inspiring star gazing and myriad hiking trails with beautiful views, Sedona truly has something for everyone. Whether you’re road-tripping from far away or you’re a longtime […]

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Outdoor Adventure: 10 Things to Do This Spring in Sedona

March 14, 2107 Sedona is one of the most beautiful cities in the country, which means it rarely disappoints travelers. Any time of year is a good time to visit, but if you’re planning on coming during the spring, there are some select things to do that are especially fun during the season. Here are […]

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Inspiring Beginnings At Creative Gateways

March 10, 2016 submitted by Creative Gateways Gallery When artist Meg Munro embarked on a Spanish language immersion program in 1984 she never imagined that she would end up calling Mexico home for over thirty years.  Puerto Vallarta captured her heart and Mexico gave her the cultural freedom to take a different path.  On this […]

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2017 Verde Valley Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day

Feb 28, 2017 submitted by Organized by Vietnam Veterans in Partnership with and Hosted by City of Cottonwood The sixth annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day celebration is planned for Saturday, April 1 at the Cottonwood Kids Park, 321 South 12th Street near the Verde Valley Fairgrounds. The city of Cottonwood is proud to serve […]

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5 Reasons The Sedona Yoga Festival Will Rock Your Asana

February 16, 2017 submitted by Marc Titus, Founder of Sedona Yoga Festival and Co-Founder of Aumbase Sedona Sedona, Arizona. The undisputed spiritual mecca of the American Southwest, red rock canyons, spires to inspire, the water element of Oak Creek Canyon, and of course, the ENERGY. No matter your beliefs or background, Sedona is sure to […]

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12th Annual Sedona Marathon Event brings Suspense and Action to Sedona

February 7, 2017 On a perfect 60F degree winter day, registrants from 48 states, and 12 countries raced through Sedona’s beautiful red rocks in the 12th Annual Sedona Marathon Event presented by Northern Arizona Healthcare. The largest field of registrants to date — 3,500, enjoyed the scenic yet difficult course, and the results are in. […]

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Dance With Light at Creative Gateways

February 6, 2017 submitted by Creative Gateways Light illuminates, and while artists can’t paint light, from the use of color to creating form and movement, they work to masterfully capture its effect. American artist James Turrell said, “Light is not so much something that reveals, as it is itself the revelation.”  As a medium glass, […]

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Slow Down and Recharge in Sedona

February 6, 2017 When life seems too hurried or chaotic, too bristling with responsibility, here’s a word to remember: Sedona. Hold on to that. Make Sedona your mantra not just as a vacation but also as a well-deserved time of renewal and wellness. This is an escape designed to restore body and spirit. It’s an […]

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All in the Family – Sedona Spring Music Festival

February 1, 2017 The Speltz family, cellist David Speltz and violinist Connie Kupka, are two of Los Angeles’ most respected artists who perform on a regular basis in the Los Angeles studios, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the California Chamber Symphony Society.  David and Connie, together with their sons violinist Brendan and […]

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