Podcast Show 07/26/17x

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NEWS

 Sedona Yoga Festival returns to Sedona for the 6th Annual Event 

Sedona Yoga Festival is moving back to the quiet season February dates (February 8-11, 2018) and the format that gets the 2000 yogis out and about the town with venue partnerships from West Sedona to Uptown. If you or your business would like to be involved as a host venue, a presenter host, or simply align with their marketing, contact Heather Titus!

July 26: Wednesday

July is National Parks and Recreation month

StoryWalk

It started on July 12th, the Sedona Public Library will launch the inaugural StoryWalk at 10:30am at Sunset Park. StoryWalk kicks off with music, song, special guests, and a terrific children’s picture book that will be displayed along 300 feet of the park fence. This free program combines favorite summertime activities: walking and reading. This national fitness and literacy project has inspired adults and children to read together while encouraging healthy outdoor activity in all 50 states and 11 other countries. For more information on StoryWalk please contact the library at 928-282-7714 x125.

Wet Wednesday

Sunset Park

Celebrate by enjoying Wet Wednesdays!

July is National Parks and Recreation month, and to celebrate this occasion, your local Sedona Parks and Recreation Department is happy to provide, Wet Wednesdays. For the entire month of July, all Wednesdays will be extra wet at the park. Join your friends on the grass field between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to run and play on the green grass and slip-n-slide! Nothing feels as good as cool water on a hot day. Pack a picnic, play on the playground, run in the water, or relax under a shade tree. We want you to enjoy an afternoon at your local community park.  Kids will also enjoy the  Splash Park!

Community Pool

Once the event is over at 1:00 p.m. it is time for you to drive over to the community pool for recreation swim. Recreation swim is only $2 for children and $3 for adults and is open from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The pool is located at 570 Posse Ground Road behind West Sedona School.

July 26: The Collective Sedona –  Pop-Up Farmer’s Market

(every other Wednesday from 2:00 to 7:00  p.m.) Shoppers can expect a lively market featuring organically-grown produce and flowers, farm fresh eggs, spices and teas, all natural beef, local honey, gourmet baked goods, homemade jellies and sauces, breads, dog treats and many other food offerings from Arizona local vendors.  The market will be held in the blue ”Collective Marketplace” building, located at 7000 Hwy 179 in the Village of Oak Creek.

July 27: Thursday
Yappy Hour

Multiuse field at Posse Grounds Park

Weekly social hour on the cool grass for friendly dogs and their owners.

Yappy Hour is a one hour per week event that takes place on the beautiful green grass of the multi-use field at Posse Grounds Park. Under normal circumstances, City Code and Park Rules require all dogs to be on a leash and to remain off the athletic fields at the park, but during this event we get to bend those rules!

Know before you go:

  • Owners must pick up after their pets.
  • If there is an increase in the amount of off-leash users on the athletic fields during non-event times, this event may be canceled.
  • PLEASE NOTE: the multi-use field is not a dog park. There are gaps in the fence where a pet could potentially squeeze through. There is no division of small dog vs large dog areas. Owners are responsible for the safety and behavior of their dogs.

Help us to make this a fun gathering for your dog!

For more event information, please contact the Sedona Parks and Recreation office at (928) 282-7098.

July 27: Thursday

Summer is here and our next networking mixer is just around the corner! Come out and join all of your Chamber pals on a summer’s evening and enjoy food, fellowship and a nice glass of wine.

The next mixer is on Thursday, July 27 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at Gerardo’s Italian Kitchen located at 2675 SR 89A. Cost to attend is $10 for partners, $15 for non-partners at the door.

Chamber Partners who want to contribute gifts for Door Prizes may drop them at the Chamber Admin Office at 45 Sunset Drive. Be sure to describe the gift and provide it’s value.

July 27: Sedona Paranormal Video Tour 

Attend the Sedona Paranormal Video Tour Workshop at the Sedona Creative Life Center on July 27 from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. and see for the first time the spiritual beings that are all around us including aliens, UFOs, vortexes, wormholes and more! Cost is $20 at the door. Call (513) 680-8810 or visit SedonaUFOVortex.com  for more information.

July 28: Friday  –  Sedona Farmer’s Market…

The Sedona Farmer’s Market has moved to Friday mornings from 8 to 11:30 a.m.on the creek side at Tlaquepaque from May 19 to September 29.

July 28-30 – Sedona Hummingbird Festival 

From July 28-30, 2017, Sedona residents and visitors will have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the enchanting world of hummingbirds. Presented by the International Hummingbird Society and held at the Sedona Performing Arts Center and various spots around Sedona, the Sixth Annual Sedona Hummingbird Festival will fascinate attendees with three enlightening days of presentations by renowned hummingbird experts, self-guided garden tours, exhibits, birding trips, and more.  For more information visit click here.

More Music performed at Vino Di Sedona
visit www.VinoDiSedona.com

Tommy ‘Rocks’ Anderson performs the Best of the Beatles every final Friday of each month at Vino Di Sedona from 7-10 p.m. Tommy Rocks is a well-known acoustic rock musician who has performed on stages throughout Arizona, and is also the owner of Jerome’s music store Tommy Rocks.

And while you can catch Tommy performing a wide range of shows with his various bands, he is best known as ‘The Beatles guy’ in Arizona. His solo Beatles show on the last Friday of each month is always a favorite with audiences in Sedona – it is a show not to be missed.

Tommy’s acoustic Beatles show features hundreds of sing-along Beatles hits, covering songs from The Quarrymen through The Beatles and Beyond, including John, Paul, George and Ringo’s solo hits.

July 29: Saturday

July  29 – Hummingbird Hand Feeding – Red Rock Ranger Station – 8-10 a.m.

Hummingbird hand feeding is a fun and exciting way to get up close with wildlife. This unique activity will inspire you to learn about the magical world of hummingbirds. Participants will have the chance to feed hummingbirds while learning some interesting facts.  Wear bright colors and bring your cameras!

July 29: Saturday Meditation Salon

Every Saturday, from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m., seasoned yoga, meditation teacher, and inspirational faculty member of the Meditation Teacher Academy, Zac Occhiline offers a lively dialogue from a wide variety of spiritual traditions and perspectives. The discussion is followed by a meditation. The program is $10 and is open to anyone with a meditation practice and is held at the McLean Meditation Institute. No need to preregister. Call (928) 204-0067 or visit McLeanMeditation.com for more information.

July 29: Saturday

July 29: Night Photography Classes with Local Sedona photographer, Bob Shuman 

The Arizona Natural History Association is featuring an evening of night photography classes with Bob Shuman. Learn how to take stunning landscape photos of the Milky Way over Sedona’s Red Rocks! Class dates are as follows: Friday, June 23; Saturday, July 29; Tuesday, August 22. All Classes are $40 and start at 7:00 p.m. For more information, contact Arizona Natural History Association at (928) 203-2922.

AUGUST

August 1: Monday

August 1: Usui Reiki 1 & 2 Certification – Class Early Bird Deadline 

Ready to learn Reiki? Join Certified Reiki Master -Teacher, Whitney McNeill, in this Usui Reiki 1 and 2 class held on September 22-23. Register by end of day August 1 for the early bird price of $250. Students will learn level 1 and 2; how to give a professional Reiki treatment; three sacred symbols; and more. Visit messengerofspirit.com for details.

NEWS

Sedona Arts Center New Catalog of Art Workshops and Classes

The Sedona Arts Center’s Fall/Winter 2017 class catalog is at the printers and will be arriving in your mailbox soon. Check out a fresh offering of new workshops, field expeditions, and ongoing classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, mixed media, fiber arts, iPhoneography, and even a cultural excursion to Cuba! In the meantime, preview the digital version of the catalog online.

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