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Fall/Winter Events in Sedona, Arizona!

Sedona Arizona Events

Fall/Winter 

#Sedona has experienced the best #monsoon season it has ever seen in over 20 years!

Now is the time to hike and explore Sedona, Arizona. Oak Creek parks and hiking trails are OPEN!

OCTOBER

October 11-12:

SEDONA ARTS FESTIVAL– held on the campus of #SedonaRedRock High School, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road.  A favorite in the Southwest, the festival showcases 126 juried artists, the Gourmet Gallery, the Guest Gallery (featuring an international guest artist) and KidZone, as well as great music, food, and raffle prizes. Admission fee supports arts education in our community.

www.SedonaArtsFestival.org.

October 18:

SEDONA MAIN STREET PAINT OUT– Sedona Main Street Paint Out is Saturday October 18 from 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. See thirty nationally recognized Plein Air Artists along sidewalks and plazas in Uptown, each completing a painting in 2 ½ hours. Free event sponsored by Sedona Main Street Program and presented with #SedonaArtsCenter.

PUMPKIN SPLASH– On October 18 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., $3/person through the gate. It’s a pumpkin patch in the pool! Games on deck, super glow bat cave, pumpkin bowling, bat toss! Jump in the water to pick your pumpkin, #pumpkin decorating on deck, pumpkin bounce house and caramel apple bar! So much packed into a fun afternoon! Pre-purchase tickets. www.SedonaAZ.gov/Parks

October 18-25:

SEDONA PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL- 30 Award-winning contemporary artists paint the landscape “en-plein air.” They come from all over the United States to spend seven days painting outdoors, and to share their incredible talent and unique experiences with this challenging art form. Workshops, Paint-Outs, Historic Events, Native American Celebration, Plein Air Gallery and more. Presented by Sedona Arts Center 928-282-3809 www.SedonaPleinAirFestival.org

October 25:

RED ROCKS OKTOBERFEST– The Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks is hosting the #RedRocks #Oktoberfest on October 25, 2014 at Los Abrigados #Creekside park. This traditional German celebration features 10+ local brewers showcasing their finest beers. Tickets are $25 per person and all proceeds support the club’s mission of supporting children’s charities. www.RedRocksOktoberfest.com

October 31:

28th ANNUAL SAFE & FUN TRICK OR TREAT– Held October 31 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Merchants welcome ghouls and ghosts at storefronts for treats! Free event coordinated by Sedona Main Street Program plus Costume Contest and prizes in partnership with City of Sedona.www.SedonaMainStreet.com

NOVEMBER

November 1:

TASTE OF THE VERDE VALLEY– From 1:00 – 5:00 p.m., enjoy perfectly paired culinary creations featuring wines of the Verde Valley, live music and Painted Barrel Auction. Tickets are $20, includes 5 wine or food tastings, complimentary wine glass and a $10 Casino Playcheck. located at the Cliff Castle Casino Stargazer Pavilion. 928-567-7999 www.CliffCastleCasinHotel.com

November 1-2:

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS CELEBRATIONS AT TLAQUEPAQUE– Join Tlaquepaque in Patio del Norte and Patio las Campanas on Saturday, November 1 and Sunday, November 2, to make an offering at the Celebration of Dia de los Muertos. Expand your knowledge of Día de los Muertos through the beauty and creativity of Ofrenda installations by making any personal offering for those special friends, family members or even special pets that might be missed. 928-282-4838 www.Tlaq.com

DECEMBER

December 1-31:

HOLIDAY CENTRAL SEDONA: Sedona transforms into a red rock winter wonderland for the entire month of #December with #events, #festivals, and #entertainment sure to enchant everyone. Discover the perfect destination for families and friends to celebrate the holiday season, make memories and create new traditions – all in the most beautiful place on Earth. www.HolidayCentralSedona.com

December 4 – 6:

FESTIVAL OF TREES – Come and Experience the Holiday Trees at #Tlaquepaque. This premiere holiday event at Tlaquepaque begins on Friday, December 4 – The Festival of Trees. Area artists and galleries will have over 45 Christmas trees and Gingerbread houses fully decorated in fun and exquisite ways. Kick of your holiday season with a beautiful themed tree already pre-decorated. 928-282-4838 Tlaq.com

December 5:

TREE LIGHTING & SANTA VISIT– Sedona’s Tree Lighting & Santa Visit is December 5 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Sedona Center Plaza in Uptown. Enjoy the Tree-lighting, entertainment and Santa visits with children. This free event is presented by Sedona Main Street Program, Sedona Chamber of Commerce and the City of Sedona.  www.SedonaMainStreet.com

December 6:

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA AND JINGLE BELL RUN– December 6, 7:30 – 10:00 a.m., free, at the Sedona Teen Center. Start the morning out right with a short run through Posse Grounds Park, decked with Jingle Bells. The head on in for a free pancake breakfast served by the YMCA. Enjoy crafts, games and face painting courtesy of Sedona Parks and Recreation, and end your morning with a visit from Santa himself! www.SedonaAZ.gov/Parks

December 13:

FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS – The lighting of 6,000 Luminarias. On Saturday, December 13 from 3:00 – 8:00 p.m. This one day event – A cherished tradition which involves the lighting of 6,000 luminarias in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways at 5:00 p.m. Specially designated Luminarias honoring cancer survivors can be purchased in advance for $10.00. 928-282-4838 Tlaq.com

December 20:

HOLIDAY SWEET STROLL -Discover unique gifts, enjoy sparkling lights, strolling carolers and special sweets at the Holiday Sweet Stroll. Each day, the retailers will open their doors and celebrate the holidays with sweet treats, special give-a-ways, and discount offers. Featuring some of the best boutiques, galleries and restaurants in Sedona, you are sure to find some special presents for those on your gift list. Be sure to stop by and step in our human size snow globe as well as meet Elsa from Frozen. 928-282-4838 Tlaq.com

2015 Sedona Annual Events

JANUARY

January 6 – 11, 2015:

SEDONA WINTER MUSICFEST– Come to the Red Rocks of Sedona and forget the cold with five days of musical activities featuring some of today’s most dynamic and inspiring young artists who are defining classical chamber music for the next generation. Concerts, documentary film, salon, in-school Concerts for Youth and more! Located at the Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa. 928-204-2415 SedonaWinterMusicFest.org

www.SedonaWinterMusicFest.org

January 31, 2015:

SEDONA MARATHON EVENT: The 10th Annual Sedona Marathon Event will be held on Saturday, January 31, 2015. The Sedona Marathon Event will feature four distances sure to take your breath away: 5K, 10K, Half, and Full Marathon. This scenic race attracts athletes from around the globe to enjoy Sedona’s red rocks up close and personal. “If the scenery doesn’t take your breath away, the hills will!” Registration will open summer of 2014.www.SedonaMarathon.com

FEBRUARY

February 21-March 1, 2015:

SEDONA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL– Join the 21st Annual Sedona International Film Festival – a nine-day celebration of the best independent films from around the world. Films in all genres are featured: narrative features, documentaries, foreign films, short films and animated films. Plus: Celebrity guests, red carpet galas and more!www.SedonaFilmFestival.org

MARCH

March 14, 2015:

45th ANNUAL SEDONA ST. PATRICK’S PARADE & FESTIVAL: on Saturday, March 14 along Jordan Road in Uptown Sedona. Free event presented by Sedona Main Street Program, NAU Parks and Recreation Program, Sedona Green Team. Parade starts at 10:30 a.m.; Free Festival follows until 3:00 p.m. SedonaMainStreet.com

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Sedona Hotel & Package Specials

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Oak Creek Wine tasting

Combine the one of our deluxe King rooms with wine tasting and you get the best of what Sedona has to offer.

The offerCombine the wine tasting and you get the best of Sedona has to offer. Classic Wine tasting begins with 5 tastings and souvenir glasses at Oak Creek Vineyards for your wine tasting delight.

* Click here to book or please call 928-204-1146 for availability

* Not available with other specials, discounts or third party bookings. Rates are based on 2 people, and are on a space available basis.

Through -8/29 Sun – Thurs $149   Fri – Sat $199

8/30-11/15 Sun – Thurs $199   Fri – Sat $229

 

Special Promotions: Through 8/29

~ Stay 2 nights get 15% off entire stay

~ stay 3 nights get 25% off entire stay

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Riding the Rails

1 Night Stay plus 1st Class Train Tickets for two:

Enjoy a relaxing stay in one of our newly renovated deluxe King rooms with single Jacuzzi tub in your room.

The offerThis special package also includes two 1st class adult tickets on the Verde Canyon Railroad. You will experience the majestic scenery of Sycamore Canyon as you travel from Clarkdale to Perkinsville and back. Your trip will take you near ancient Native American ruins, over old fashioned trestles, and through a 680 foot man-made tunnel into Arizona’s other “Grand Canyon.”

* This package cannot be booked online. Please call 928-204-1146 for availability.

* Not available with other specials, discounts or third party bookings. Rates are based on two people. This special is on a space available basis also as per train schedule.

 

Through -8/29 Sun – Thurs $295   Fri – Sat $325

8/30-11/15 Sun – Thurs $345   Fri – Sat $375

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Jeep Tour

 

Stay in one of our deluxe King rooms and enjoy a two hour Sedona’s popular Pink Jeep tour to Broken Arrow for two!

This package includes a one night stay in one of our newly renovated deluxe king rooms with a single person Jacuzzi tub in your room, granite shower, flat screen television with complimentary HBO, outdoor patio, microwave, refrigerator. On site pool, hot tub, complimentary Wifi and continental breakfast are also included.

*Click here to book or please call 928-204-1146 for availability.

* Not available with other specials, discounts or third party bookings.  Rates are for two persons and are on a space available basis.

Through -8/29 Sun – Thurs $295   Fri – Sat $325

8/30-11/15 Sun – Thurs $345   Fri – Sat $375

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Romance Package

This package is perfect for those celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary, birthday or just a special occasion.

The package includes:

  • Accommodations for one night in our Premium King room with a one-person Jacuzzi tub in your room, gas fireplace, granite shower, mood lighting, and complimentary HBO
  • Luxurious king size Beauty Rest mattress
  • Seasonal Flowers, Chocolates and Champagne/Sparkling Cider
  • Noon Check Out

*Click here to book or please call 928-204-1146 for Reservations

*The package is priced for 2 people. Not available with other specials, discounts or third party bookings.

Through-8/29 Sun – Thurs $199   Fri – Sat $229

8/30-11/15 Sun – Thurs $249   Fri – Sat $279

Take a Tour in Sedona, Arizona

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Many visitors come to Sedona, enjoy the red rock views, take pictures, walk around town, shop and dine. Those are great things to do in Sedona, but there’s so much more to experience! Take a guided tour of your choosing and you won’t regret that you did.

Explore petroglyphs on sandstone by way of a Jeep romping over boulders. Look down at Sedona from a hot air balloon and realize there’s more than a few ways to have a spiritual experience here. Helicopter rides are one of the best ways to view more of Sedona than you ever knew existed, and let’s not forget river trips down to the vineyards for afternoon wine tastings. Yes, there is so much to do in Sedona, AZ! Don’t limit yourself to just strolling around the town. Tour guides are knowledgeable, entertaining and can offer perspective that’s acquired only by interacting with the great outdoors first-hand.

If you’re planning on visiting the Grand Canyon on this trip, check out Grand Canyon tours from Sedona. There are a few shuttles and air tours that leave directly from Sedona for your convenience! Article by http://www.sedona.net/things-to-do

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1. Arizona Outdoor Adventures

Drive our ATVs on a guided 40 mile off-road adventure through the West Sedona Valley. Bring your camera – you’ll be awestruck!
(928) 282-8540
  • 1185 West Highway 89A
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86336
  • $130.00 – $142.00
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2. Broken Arrow Jeep Tour From Via…

Book this tour with Viator. Hang on tight for a fun-filled four-wheeling jeep adventure over the red rocks of Broken Arrow.
  • (888) 651-9785
  • Sedona
  • AZ, US
  • $98.00 – $98.00
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3. Pink Jeep Tours

Since 1958, Pink Jeep Tours has been providing the most talked about off-road adventures in the Southwest.
  • (928) 282-5000
  • 204 West Highway 89A
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86336
  • $45.00 – $125.00
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4. Red Rock Balloons

Come fly the Red Rocks! Take an “Aerial Nature Walk” which is a truly magical feeling of soaring gently with the wind. Sedona’s natural …  More
  • (928) 284-0040
  • 105 Canyon Diablo Road
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86351
  • $195.00 – $195.00
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5. Hitchin’ Post Stables Trail R…

Go on a wonderful horseback ride into some beautiful country through 10,000 acres Coconino National Forest just a 40 minute drive from Sedona.
  • (928) 774-1719
  • 4848 Lake Mary Road
  • Flagstaff, AZ
  • 86001
  • $45.00 – $240.00
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6. Sedona Adventure Tours

Providing unforgettable outdoor fun and family friendly adventure in the breathtaking scenery of Sedona and the Verde River Valley. Now feat…  More
  • (928) 204-6440
  • 45 West Hollamon Street
  • Camp Verde, AZ
  • 86322
  • $59.00 – $193.00
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7. Sedona Flyfishing Adventures

If you’re looking for fishing in Sedona and Northern Arizona, and we are the locally owned!
  • (928) 451-0492
  • 200 Wild Flower Circle
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86351
  • $195.00 – $195.00
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8. A Day In The West

Sedona’s oldest continually owned family tour business (since 1949) offers a wide variety of tours, including: Jeep tours, horseback rides and more!
  • (928) 282-4320
  • 252 West Highway 89A
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86336
  • $49.00 – $190.00
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9. Colors & Canyons Air/Ground Tou…

Enjoy Grand Canyon National Park with a 45-50 minute helicopter tour over the deepest and widest part of the canyon. Today’s tour offers tim…  More
  • (855) 458-7511
  • South Terrace Road
  • Tempe, AZ
  • $310.00 – $375.00
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10. Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopt…

World’s Largest and Most Experienced Helicopter Sightseeing Company! Daily multilingual tours of Grand Canyon departing from Sedona, Scottsdale…
  • (702) 736-7243
  • Sedona Airport
  • Sedona, AZ
  • $169.00 – $344.00
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11. Condé Nast Top Travel Special…

$99 Grand Canyon Luxury Tour Special w/ Classic Victorian Picnic, Expert Guides (some with Ph.D.’s), Luxury Touring Vehicles and more pr…  More
  • (928) 213-9085
  • 2401 West Coronado Avenue
  • Flagstaff, AZ
  • 86001
  • $99.00 – $200.00

2014 Sedona Annual Events courtesty of the Arroyo Pinion Hotel

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APRIL

April 19:

CELEBRATION OF SPRING– On April 19, from 9:00 am – 12:00 p.m., $2/Child, Free for adults. Posse Grounds Park, Multi Use Field. It’s more than just an egg hunt, it’s a celebration of Spring! Egg hunts by age division, scavenger hunts for kids 9-12 years old, carnival rides, inflatables, pony rides, face painting, vendors and more! Pre-purchase tickets.SedonaAZ.gov/Parks

April 25-27:

SEDONA OPEN STUDIOS TOUR – The 11th Annual Open Studios Tour takes place April 25-27 from 10:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m. each day. This is an opportunity to visit with artists in their own work environments and gain a deeper understanding of the creative process. The event is free. Contact Mike Upp mjupp10@gmail.com or call 503-789-4437.SedonaArtistsCoalition.org

MAY

May 3:

CINCO DE MAYO- Immerse yourself in a colorful Fiesta saluting a rich heritage on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Tlaquepaque. Enjoy the festivities while cheering and whistling to the music of mariachi musicians, clapping to the steps of folklórico dancers and savoring traditional Mexican foods at Tlaquepaque’s famed El Rincon Restaurante. 928-282-4838 Tlaq.com

May 17-18: 

BIKE MS: RIDE THE VORTEX- Join us for Bike MS: Ride the Vortex, Arizona’s premier cycling event! We have route options for every level of cyclist, ranging from 30-150 miles; you will surely find a route fit for you. Enjoy delicious meals and strong support, with rest stops every 15 miles, bike mechanics and SAG vehicles. A fantastic festival awaits you on Saturday afternoon with great food, music, a beer garden, massage tent and fun entertainment.BikeMSarizona.org

May 22-25:

SFS SHOTS FILM FESTIVAL- The Sedona Film School (SFS) hosts a film festival every year on Memorial Day weekend. All graduates of SFS screen their thesis films at our annual SFS Shorts Film and the audience gets to vote! You may be inspired to make your own film. Call 928-649-4257 for details. SedonaFilmSchool.com

May 29 – June 1:

ILLUMINATE FILM FESTIVAL- The country’s premiere film festival and launching platform for mind-body-spirit cinema. Join a world-class immersive, soul-centered workshops, panels, and excursions complement film screenings, featuring expert facilitators, and new thought-leaders. Please join and be inspired. Contact info@illuminatefilmfestival.com.IlluminateFilmFestival.com

JUNE

June 4-9: 

SEDONA PHOTOFEST- Experience Sedona in June when monsoon skies and brilliant sunsets against the beautiful Red Rocks make this location a photographer’s dream. Learn from a select group of master photographers with in-depth areas of expertise and an opportunity to catch the majesty and magic of Sedona’s landscape each day. Workshops, lectures, FREE day of events. Presented by Sedona Arts Center 928-282-3809 SedonaPhotoFest.org

June 7-8:

SEDONA BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL- The 8th Annual Festival and Institute takes place June 7-8, 2014 at Los Abrigados Resort and Spa, Creekside. This event showcases established and emerging Bluegrass artists from around the USA with concerts, workshops and more. All events are open to the public. 928-204-2415SedonaBluegrassFestival.org

June 14:

SEDONA TASTE- The Boys & Girls Club of Verde Valley and Camp Soaring Eagle proudly presents the 18th Annual Sedona Taste on Saturday, June 14 hosted by Jack Pot Ranch. A Premier Event showcasing the finest wine, food, craft beers and entertainment found throughout the Verde Valley. Tickets are available April 5. SedonaTaste.com 

Best Things to Do in Sedona

Travelers come here to enjoy the famous red rocks. Hundreds of hiking trails will lead you to some fantastic vistas, while a trip to Red Rock State Park will fully immerse you in crimson. But there’s more to Sedona than geology; get a taste for the town’s history by visiting the Palatki Heritage Site or the Sedona Heritage Museum. And for a glimpse of the area’s New-Age culture, stop in at one of the many crystal-toting shops at the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village (many of these stores also offer maps to the infamous vortexes).

http://travel.usnews.com/Sedona_AZ/Things_To_Do/


Valentine’s Day Packages at the Arroyo Pinion Hotel

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How will you say “I LOVE YOU” this year? 

PV1 (Package 1) : Romance your loved one with a 2 Queen Bed Suite, a bottle of champagne, a rose and chocolates and a wine tasting tour.  $179

PV2 (Package 2) : Spice up your romance package with a king bed and Jacuzzi tub, a bottle of champagne, a rose and wine tasting tour.  $199

PV3 (Package 3) : Why not do it all with a King Jacuzzi suite with fireplace, a bottle of champagne, a rose and wine tasting tour. $229

CALL ONE OF OUR SPECIALISTS AT 928.204.1146 OR VISIT WWW.ARROYOHOTEL.COM

Top 10 Things to do in Sedona, Arizona (2014)

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TOP 10 Things to do in Sedona Arizona | Best of AZ

Often called “Red Rock Country” Sedona is a four season’s playground for everyone – Whether you’re into history and archeology, arts and culture, power shopping, outdoor sports, or the spiritual and metaphysical. Imagine doing all this in a backdrop of some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.

Let us help you plan your Sedona Vacation with our Top 10 Things to Do in Sedona. Create the most memorable experiences with friends and family in this breathtaking landscape.

 

1 | Come Out and Play

The entertainment destination on the way to Sedona is Cliff Castle Casino. Enjoy fun for the whole family includes Bowling, Kid’s Quest, fabulous dining, and of course great slot and table gaming.

CLIFF CASTLE CASINO HOTEL

800-381-SLOT

www.cliffcastlecasinohotel.com

 

2 | Pedal to the Top

Sedona has an extensive network of gorgeous bike trails. New bike paths are being added all the time; the latest additions border the very scenic Red Rock Scenic Byway (State Route 179). For more information regarding bike trails in Sedona, please contact the Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center at 800-288-7336 or 928-282-7722 or visit their website at www.mysedona.com

 

3 | Must Do Adventure!

Pink Jeep’s Sedona Jeep Tours have thrilled visitors for over 50 years! The Premier Broken Arrow, Ancient Ruin, and Diamondback Gulch tours take you places you may never imagined existed.

PINK JEEP TOURS

800-873-3662

www.pinkjeep.com

 

4 | Golf Amidst the Red Rocks

Oakcreek Country Club boasts a Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr. design. This 18-hole championship golf course is nestled in the majestic Sedona red rocks with views beyond compare.

OAKCREEK COUNTRY CLUB

888-284-1660

www.oakcreekcountryclub.com

 

5 | Explore from the Air

Arizona Helicopter Adventures offers up-close, breathtaking tours by licensed and experienced pilots of all the wonders that the Sedona area has to offer. For an in-depth look at all the things to do at Arizona Helicopter Adventures in Sedona click here.

ARIZONA HELICOPTER ADVENTURES

800-282-5141

www.azheli.com

 

6 | The Art & Soul of Sedona

Tasteful galleries and unique shops live in harmony at Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tla-keh-pah-keh), nestled beneath the shade of the sycamores on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek. Wander, shop, eat, drink and refresh the body and soul.

TLAQUEPAQUE ARTS & CRAFTS VILLAGE

928-282-4838

www.tlaq.com

 

7 | Discover Authentic Native American Art & Artifacts

Kachina House is the ultimate destination for authentic Native American art, artifacts, pottery and jewelry. Find Kachina dolls, Hopi Baskets, Hopi Kachina dolls, and so much more.

KACHINA HOUSE

866-587-0547

www.kachinahouse.com

 

8 | Spiritual Awakening

Sedona’s world-wide reputation as a spiritual Mecca and global power spot has drawn some of our planet’s most amazing healers, artists and spiritual guides. Experience the body, mind and soul. To learn more about the spiritual side of Sedona, contact the The Sedona Metaphysical Spiritual Association at 928-300-7796 or www.sedonaspiritual.com

 

9 | Experience all of Sedona’s Vortexes

The commonly identified vortex areas are Airport Mesa. Closest to the Uptown area of Sedona, it offers panoramic views. Bell Rock. Adjoining the Village of Oak Creek, it has an easily identifiable bell- shape formation. Boynton Canyon. Still a site for annual Native American ceremonies, this vortex is off Dry Creek Road in West Sedona and offers the longest hike of the four main vortex sites–up to three hours round trip. Cathedral Rock. Located on Lower Red Rock Loop Road, it is the most photographed site in Sedona. The cathedral-like structure rises above Oak Creek. “We consider these four areas just a fraction of the energy sources and sites that you can tap in Sedona,” says Sanders. Other special places to connect with the sacred energy of Sedona include The Chapel of the Holy Cross, Schnebly Hill, West Fork and the Amitabha Stupa.

Read more at http://www.visitsedona.com/article/213/vortexes

 

10 | Outdoor Adventure

Whether it’s hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing or any outdoor activity – Sedona is the right place for you. With beautiful landscapes to crystal clear creeks, the outdoor enthusiast must explore these Red Rocks of Sedona. Read more about your preferred outdoor activity here: http://www.visitsedona.com/listings/86

MAIN ARTICLE, TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN SEDONA IS PROVIDED BY ARIZONA KEY MAGAZINE: http://arizonakey.com/articles/best-arizona/top-10-things-do-sedona-arizona-best-az

What’s Happening in Sedona?

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http://www.holidaycentralsedona.com/schedule.html

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

NOVEMBER 29 – DECEMBER 7
Festival of Trees
Where: Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village; Uptown Sedona
When: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
Tlaq.com
928-282-4838
Come and Experience the Holiday Trees at Tlaquepaque. This premiere holiday event at Tlaquepaque begins on Friday, November 29, and continues until December 7- The Festival of Trees. Area artists and galleries will have over 45 Christmas trees and Gingerbread houses fully decorated in fun and exquisite ways. Kick of your holiday season with a beautiful themed tree already pre-decorated.

DECEMBER 1
Christmas with the Romeros
Where: Sedona Performing Arts Center; West Sedona
When: 2:30 – 4:00 pm
Cost: $40 per ticket
ChamberMusicSedona.org
928-204-2415
The Royal Family of the Guitar brings to Sedona its customary flair and panache in what promises to be a wonderful afternoon concert featuring a rich selection of seasonal music by Vivaldi, Bach, Handel and Pachelbel complimented by a pleasingly mellow collection of classic carols, songs and seasonal music, all delivered with a Spanish accent befitting the family ensemble, which today consists of second and third generation members’: Pepe, Celin, Celino and Lito Romero.

DECEMBER 2
Arizona Sundogs Hockey Team
Where: Posse Grounds Park Ice Rink; West Sedona
When: 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaAZ.gov
928-282-7098
Come on out and meet the players on the Arizona Sundogs Hockey Team at Sedona’s ice skating rink. Players will be on site to sign autographs, help participants on the ice and just have a fun time interacting with visitors and guests of Sedona. The ice rink is up December 1-8 at Posse Grounds Park, but for one night only the Sundogs will be out to enjoy it with you.

DECEMBER 1-8
Ice Skating in Sedona
Where: Posse Grounds Park softball field; West Sedona
When: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm opening day
Cost: Free
SedonaAZ.gov
928-282-7098
Let’s kick off the month of December with ice skating in the park. Posse Grounds Park will be host to an ice skating rink for an entire week. Participation is on a first come first serve basis, and skaters will be allowed 30 minute time slots for skating. Ice Skates are provided! Opening Day is December 1, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Monday – Thursday 2:00 – 8:00 pm, Friday 2:00 – 9:00 pm and the final Saturday and Sunday are 9 :00 am – 3:00 pm. Skate during Breakfast with Santa on December 7 sponsored by Diamond Resorts International. Call Parks and Recreation with any questions (928-282-7098.

DECEMBER 1-31
Make & Take Vintage Holiday Ornament Family Activity
Where: Sedona Heritage Museum, 735 Jordan Road; Uptown Sedona
When: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMuseum.org
928-282-7038
The Museum’s volunteers will have an activity area set-up where you and your friends and family can create clever and nostalgic holiday ornaments. Supplies, samples and instructions provided. Get into the holiday spirit with these simple, old-time crafty projects. Take home what you make for your own decorations or maybe as a gift. Available all month between 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Closed December 24 – 25.

DECEMBER 4
Red RockAppella
Where: VOCA Community Center Ballroom; Village of Oak Creek
When: 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Cost: Free
928-284-1820
The Red RockAppella will be entertaining with various Christmas carols. Refreshments available for purchase. RSVP by November 22 by calling Nancy Shelley at 928-284-1820, ext. 12

DECEMBER 5
Master Chorale Carolers
Where: Uptown Sedona
When: 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMainStreet.com
928-204-2390
Master Chorale of Flagstaff will bring a small group for caroling starting at Oaxaca Plaza, then Mid-block Plaza, Canyon Breeze Plaza and Oak Creek Marketplace. This community chorus was organized in 1978 and is comprised of singers of all ages and occupations from Flagstaff and surrounding communities. The full chorale has average membership of 90-100 singers who perform a variety of music, including major choral/orchestral works with Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Broadway show tunes, international music and works by contemporary choral composers. MasterChorale.net

DECEMBER 5-9
Wrap it at the “Y”
Where: Intersection of SR 89A and SR 179
When: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Cost: Free. Donations to benefit local charities
Gift wrapping station located at the old gas station at the “Y”; where State Route 89A and State Route 179 intersect.

DECEMBER 5-29
Tinsel Town at Posse Grounds
Where: Posse Grounds Park, 525-C Posse Ground Road; West Sedona
When: 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaAZ.gov
928-282-7098
Tinsel Town at Posse Grounds, a walking holiday light display! View amazing holiday light displays brought to you by local businesses and organizations! During the month of December, every Thursday – Sunday, from 6:00 – 10:00 pm.

DECEMBER 6
Sedona’s Tree Lighting & Santa Visit
Where: Sedona Main Street District; Uptown Sedona
When: 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMainStreet.com
928-204-2390
Sedona’s Tree Lighting & Santa Visit kicks off the holiday season. Live entertainment, activities and refreshments will be available from
5:00 – 7:00 pm at the Canyon Breeze Plaza on State Route 89A in Uptown with the 20′ holiday tree. Come hear holiday favorites from musical and performing groups and let your youngsters tell Santa all their hopes and dreams. This free family event is presented by Sedona Main Street Program with Sedona Chamber of Commerce and the City of Sedona

First Friday Gallery Tour
Where: Participating Sedona Galleries; Uptown Sedona
When: 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaGalleryAssociation.com
928-554-7840
On the first Friday, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting
artists, special exhibits, and art events. These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s exciting art scene. For your convenience, the Sedona Trolley provides free transportation to venture from art gallery to art gallery. Please refer to the map here for all the trolley stops on the art gallery loop.

DECEMBER 7
Breakfast with Santa and the Jingle Bell Run
Where: Sedona Teen Center at Posse Grounds Park; West Sedona
When: 7:30 – 10:00 am
Cost: Free
SedonaAZ.gov
928-282-7098
Start the morning out right with a short run through Posse Grounds Park, decked with Jingle Bells. Then head on in for a free pancake breakfast served by the YMCA. Enjoy crafts, games and face painting courtesy of Sedona Parks and Recreation, and end your morning with a visit from Santa himself!

The Nutcracker by the Sedona Chamber Ballet Company
Where: Sedona Performing Arts Center; West Sedona
When: 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Cost: $15
SedonaChamberBallet.com
On Saturday, December 7, the Sedona Chamber Ballet Company will present the timeless Christmas Classic The Nutcracker at the Sedona Performing Arts Center. This year’s performance will include a special appearance by guest artist Rachel Cahalya-Wynne, principle dance artist of the Louisville Ballet Company, as the Sugar Plum Fairy and will introduce Sedona Chamber Ballet Company’s principal dance artist Adrienne Roberts as the Snow Queen and includes a host of gifted, local dancers and beautiful costumes. Performances are a 2:00 and 7:00 pm and tickets are available from SedonaChamberBallet.com, Basha’s, Weber’s IGA, and at the door.

Holiday Fun at Hillside and Peppermint Zebra
Where: Hillside Sedona and Peppermint Zebra; Uptown Sedona
When: 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: Free (Professional photos not included)
HillsideSedona.net
928-282-4500
On Saturday, December 7, Hillside Sedona brings local choir groups, refreshments and fun to courtyard from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Santa will be visitng from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Princess Jasmine and Spider-Man will be making an appearance at Peppermint Zebra from 3:00 – 4:00 pm. Sassyfied Styling of Cottonwood will be on site offering professional photographs with Proud to Announce Photography. Come meet Jasmine and Spider-Man and have your picture taken while shopping Hillside Sedona for holiday gifts and treats. Jasmine and Spider-Man are professionals who are vocally and theatrically trained from the event company Pink Glitter Events in Chandler, AZ. They are sure to make your little ones smile with delight.

Canyon Singers & Guests
Where: Sinagua Plaza, 320 North SR 89A; Uptown Sedona
When: 2:00 – 6:00 pm
Cost: Free
http://www.facebook.com/SinaguaPlaza
928-203-5644
Join us for hot cocoa and cider in Sinagua Plaza on December 7 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm: Santa is visiting from 3:00 – 4:00 pm. Pick up your free Holiday Songbook and get ready for the Canyon Singers & Guests starting at 5:00 pm.

Master Chorale Carolers
Where: Uptown Sedona
When: 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMainStreet.com
928-204-2390

Master Chorale of Flagstaff will bring a small group for caroling starting at Oaxaca Plaza, then Mid-block Plaza, Canyon Breeze Plaza and Oak Creek Marketplace. This community chorus was organized in 1978 and is comprised of singers of all ages and occupations from Flagstaff and surrounding communities. The full chorale has average membership of 90-100 singers who perform a variety of music, including major choral/orchestral works with Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Broadway show tunes, international music and works by contemporary choral composers. MasterChorale.net

Healing Holiday Hands
Where: Crystal Enlightenment on the Creek – 321 St. SR 179 (Across from Tlaquepaque)
When: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: Free for ALL Sedona’s Volunteer workers
928-282-4312
Receive a FREE 15 minute rejuvenating sessions from Sedona’s professional massage therapists, reiki practitioners, therapuetic touch practitioners, and energy/body work specialists. Instructors sharing Mind/Body Healing, Meditation and Stress Reduction techniques will also be available at various locations through Sedona. Just bring/wear your name tag (or some other identification) with the community organization you volunteer at (Visitor’s Center, Library, Friends of the Forest, Keep Sedona Beautiful, Food Bank, Human Society, Schools, etc).

DECEMBER 7-8
Handmade: A Boutique Design and Craft Show
Where: Heartline Cafe Fireside Room; West Sedona
When: Saturday, December 7 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and Sunday, December 8 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Cost: Free
info@runningriverschool.org
928-274-6980
Local holiday shopping for jewelry, glass art, photography, ornaments, native arts, medicinal essential oils, organic body products, up-cycled art. Featuring unique, handmade work by Sedona artisans, including: Sarah Pauli Jewelry; Chikako Myers; Kyoko Hasegawa; Amy Lienhart; Radha Crawley of Samadhi Ayurveda; Phibee Aromatics; Maria Bowers of Lumar Designs; Rima Thundercloud and more! Benefiting Running River School. Come support local artists, your local economy and the children of your community all at the same time!

Kid’s Arts & Crafts Village
Where: Richard David, Shops at the “Y”; Intersection of SR 89A and SR 179
When: 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: $3
928-282-6938

DECEMBER 8
Winter Holidays Around The World
Where: Sedona Charter School, 165 Kachina Drive; West Sedona
When: 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: A donation of one non-perishable food item for the Yavapai Food Neighbors Project
Sedonacharterschool.com
928-204-6464
Come visit Santa Claus and enjoy a festive holiday afternoon with your family. Craft activities for the kids, entertainment, strings orchestra, holiday carolers, miniature winter village with train display and activities for all ages. Purchase low cost tickets onsite to pay for the following: a bounce house sponsored by Hahn Roofing, Petting Zoo hosted by Camp Verde 4-H Club, Train Rides, Face Painting, Hot Chocolate, Coffee, Hot Cider and Sweet Treats. Park at City Hall and receive a complimentary shuttle Red Rock Jeep Tours.

DECEMBER 10
Candlelight Meditation
Where: Sedona Meditation Center, 340 Jordan Road; Uptown Sedona
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free, anonymous love offerings accepted
SedonaMeditationCenter.org
928-282-3600
Candlelight Meditation will be at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, December 10: Unplug the Christmas Tree & Relax at Sedona Meditation Center, 340 Jordan Road. Film Short: CHANGE will be followed by a public meditation, then a multi-cultural holiday Sing-A-Long. Anonymous Love Offerings accepted.

DECEMBER 12
Arizona Mountain Chorale Carolers
Where: Uptown Sedona
When: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMainStreet.com
928-204-2390
Arizona Mountain Chorale, a recently formed group of Master Chorale of Flagstaff, will be caroling starting at Oaxaca Restaurante Patio, then Mid-block Plaza, Canyon Breeze Plaza and Oak Creek Marketplace. This community chorus was organized in 1978 and is comprised of singers of all ages and occupations from Flagstaff and surrounding communities. The full chorale has an average membership of 90-100 singers who perform a variety of music, including major choral/orchestral works with Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Broadway show tunes, international music and works by contemporary choral composers. MasterChorale.net

DECEMBER 12-15
Wrap it at the “Y”
Where: Intersection of SR 89A and SR 179
When: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Cost: Free. Donations to benefit local charities
Gift wrapping station located at the old gas station at the “Y”; where State Route 89A and State Route 179 intersect.

DECEMBER 14
Festival of Lights
Where: Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village; Uptown Sedona
When: 3:00 – 8:00 pm
Cost: Free
Tlaq.com
928-282-4838
The lighting of 6,000 Luminarias. On Saturday, December 14 from 3:00 – 8:00 pm. This one day event – A cherished tradition which involves the lighting of 6,000 luminarias in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways at 5:00 pm. Specially designated Luminarias honoring cancer survivors can be purchased in advance for $10.00.

Christmas in the Park
Where: Sedona Heritage Museum, 735 Jordan Road; Uptown Sedona
When: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMuseum.org
928-282-7038
“Christmas in the Park” is the Sedona Heritage Museum’s annual gift to the community and our visitors. A free open house from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Be greeted by our traditional tumbleweed snowman. Enjoy hot cider and cookies, vintage holiday decorations, a fire in the fireplace and ‘make & take’ a corn-husk doll. At 1:00 pm there will be a holiday music concert with sing-a-long.

Loving Bowls
Where: Sedona Arts Center; Uptown Sedona
When: 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: Free, donations accepted
SedonaArtsCenter.org
928-282-3865
Sedona Arts Center is opening its doors once again for Loving Bowls 2013, which will be held on Saturday, December 14 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm at the Sedona Arts Center’s Special Exhibition Gallery & Theater Classroom. This fantastic fundraiser offers a beautiful selection of Loving Bowls for your purchasing pleasure, plus food and loads of fun! All proceeds will benefit local non-profits and the Arts & Educations programs at the Sedona Arts Center.

Master Chorale Carolers
Where: Uptown Sedona
When: 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMainStreet.com
928-204-2390
Master Chorale of Flagstaff will bring a small group for caroling starting at Oaxaca Plaza, then Mid-block Plaza, Canyon Breeze Plaza and Oak Creek Marketplace. This community chorus was organized in 1978 and is comprised of singers of all ages and occupations from Flagstaff and surrounding communities. The full chorale has average membership of 90-100 singers who perform a variety of music, including major choral/orchestral works with Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Broadway show tunes, international music and works by contemporary choral composers. MasterChorale.net

Healing Holiday Hands
Where: Crystal Enlightenment on the Creek – 321 St. SR 179 (Across from Tlaquepaque)
When: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: Free for visitors
928-282-4312
Receive FREE 15 minute rejuvenating sessions from Sedona’s professional massage therapists, reiki practitioners, therapeutic touch practitioners, and energy/body work specialists. Instructors sharing Mind/Body Healing, Meditation and Stress Reduction techniques will also be available at various locations through Sedona. For ALL out of town guests visiting Sedona. Come to Sedona for the Telaquepaque Festival of Lights and get a FREE rejuvenating session that helps you incorporate into you trip Sedona’s power to revitalizes your mind, body, and spirit.

DECEMBER 14-30
Sedona Railroaders Annual Christmas Model Train Show
Where: Bashas Shopping Plaza; West Sedona
When: 11:00 am- 4:00 pm
Cost: Free
facebook.com/SedonaRailroaders
“ALL ABOARD!” for the 19th annual Christmas Model Train Show. No Christmas would be complete without memories of the old-fashioned department store’s displays of miniature toy trains. Experience the re-creation of some of these memories through real operating model railroad layouts. This year’s exhibit will include a massive 28-foot by 12 foot double track HO layout and an extensive American Flyer S scale layout. G, O and N scales will also be represented. Four drawings will be held during the course of the event. Prizes include a complete HO model railroad set, a pair of tickets on the Verde Canyon Railroad and two separate pair of tickets on the Grand Canyon Railroad.

DECEMBER 19-22
Wrap it at the “Y”
Where: Intersection of SR 89A and SR 179
When: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Cost: Free. Donations to benefit local charities
Gift wrapping station at the old gas station located at the “Y”; where State Route 89A and State Route 179 intersect.

DECEMBER 20
It’s a Wrap
Where: Posse Grounds Park, 525-B Posse Grounds Road; West Sedona
Cost: Free, suggested donation of money or canned goods for the Youth Food Pantry
SedonaYMCA.org
Sedona YMCA is sponsoring an holiday wrapping event at its West Sedona location. Lovely and cute Season-appropriate wrapping paper, created by our after-school children, will be available to wrap your gifts OR for you to take home for your personal wrapping at a later date. ALSO, we will have a painting station where area children will be able to acquaint themselves with the YMCA and to paint their very own wrapping paper to take home.

DECEMBER 20-21
Holiday Sweet Stroll at Tlaquepaque
Where: Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village; Uptown Sedona
When: 4:00 – 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
Tlaq.com
928-282-4838
Discover unique gifts, enjoy sparkling lights, strolling carolers and roasted chestnuts at the First Holiday Sweet Stroll at Tlaquepaque. Each day, the retailers will open their doors and celebrate the holidays with sweet treats, special give-a-ways, and discount offers. Featuring some of the best boutiques, galleries and restaurants in Sedona, you are sure to find some special presents for those on your gift list.
Friday December 20 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm, December 21 from 3:00 – 7:00 pm.

DECEMBER 21
Verde Valley Voices Caroling
Where: Uptown Sedona
When: 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: Free
SedonaMainStreet.com
928-204-2390
A select group of singers from the Verde Valley Voices will be caroling starting at the Mid-block Plaza near the Joe Beeler statue and then across the street near the 20′ Holiday Tree at Canyon Breeze Plaza. Shoppers and all will be encouraged to sing along when the Voices sing a variety of familiar and fun carols. The Verde Valley Voices, Northern Arizona’s largest community choir, promotes self-expression through choral music in a non-audition ensemble for all ages. VerdeValleyVoices.org

DECEMBER 21-22
Celebrate Our Local Hero’s
Where: Shops at the “Y”; Intersection of SR 89A and SR 179
When: 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: Free
928-282-6938
Celebrate our local hero’s including the Arizona Rangers and the Fire Department.

DECEMBER 20-22
Pilgramage to Bethlehem
Where: Tequa Marketplace; Village of Oak Creek
When: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Cost: Free, donations accepted
PottersHandProductions.com
928-300-8882
“Pilgrimage to Bethlehem is an experience not to be missed! Presented each year since 2004, this FREE Community Event is a Christmas treat for all the family. Imagine life, 2000 years ago. Meet Travelers and Pilgrims at the well, receive shekels, and pay your Roman taxes. Listen to the Wisemen, and see the Angel speak to the Shepherds. Sample typical foods in the Ancient Bethlehem Market. Afterward, enjoy the annual Christmas Concert and Living Nativity. Pilgrimage to Bethlehem comes alive at Tequa Marketplace, 7000 State Route 179, Sedona, on December 20-22. The interactive Ancient Bethlehem Market opens from 3:00 – 4:30 pm, and the outdoor Christmas Concert and Living Nativity begin at 5:00 pm. Free limited seating is available. Please dress warmly. NEW this year: Reserved Seating is available for an online donation of $5 per seat.

DECEMBER 22
A Christmas Carol
Where: Sedona Heritage Museum, 735 Jordan Road; Uptown Sedona
When: 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: one canned food item per admission for the Sedona Community Food Bank
SedonaMuseum.org
928-282-7038
Sedona’s own award-winning actor, playwright and historian, Michael Peach will read Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” in front of a fire in the Museum’s historic red rock fireplace. Enjoy Peach’s rendition of this holiday classic. Not since Dickens himself took to the stage to perform his most famous story, has there been such a command of the characters as Peach presents. A perennial classic that has become as much a part of the holiday season as holly, mistletoe, and evergreen wreaths. A perfect and entertaining reminder of the meaning of the holiday season. For all ages. Bring a food item for the Sedona Food Bank for each admission. Refreshments.

DECEMBER 24
A Christmas Eve Candlelight Meditation
Where: McLean Meditation, 411 SR 179; Uptown Sedona
When: 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Cost: Free
McleanMeditation.com
928-204-0067
Join us for a 45 minute meditation. Let’s take a moment to reflect on the spirit of the season with meditation. Meditation expert and Hay house author Sarah McLean will guide you into a heart centered meditation reflecting on the goodwill and compassion we all wish the world. No meditation experience necessary. Please arrive on time to join in!

DECEMBER 31
New Year’s Eve Ceremonial Insight Circle & Sound Healing
Where: Sedona Creative Life Center
When: 3:00 – 6:00 pm
Cost: $75
CrossingWorlds.com
RSVP at 928-282-0846
A participatory circle releasing the old and activating your new vision to emerge. We begin with shamanic insight work followed by a releasing and an activation ceremony where each will give and receive drum vibrations. Led by Sandra Cosentino, who has 3 decades experience leading ceremonies retreats and doing mystic insight work. Part 2 is a sound healing and ceremony with Three Trees, musician and teacher of shamanic sound healing.

DECEMBER 31-JANUARY 1
Be the Peace New Year’s Retreat at the Sedona Creative Life Center
Where: Sedona Creative Life Center; Uptown Sedona
When: December 31: 7:00 pm – 12:30 am; January 1: 9:00 – 11:00 am
Cost: From $95
BeThePeaceRetreat.com
928-204-0067
Join Hay House author and meditation teacher Sarah McLean & mystical musician Ani Williams to bring in the new year with deep meditations and moments of mystical music. The powerful & nourishing meditation retreat offers those with a meditation practice or inspired future meditators to come together to be peacefully established in stillness, creating the peace we all want to see in the world. McLeanMeditation.com

THE HOTTEST WINTER DEALS AT THE ARROYO PINION HOTEL IN SEDONA

Stay for two with a wine package
( 1-night stay)

1-night stay
Option 1: $117 for a double-queen room (up to a $189 value)
Option 2: $157 for a king premium room (up to a $269 value)

2-night stay
Option 3: $195 for a double-queen room (up to a $348 value)
Option 4: $275 for a king premium room (up to a $508 value)

Included in all options:
Wine tasting and two souvenir glasses from Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery for two
Policies and fees
Book by: 12/29/13
Travel by: 2/13/14

Blackout dates: not valid 11/27-11/29 or 12/26/13-1/1/14
Cancellation policy and fees: must cancel by 4 p.m. 3 days prior to arrival or fee of applicable 1 night’s stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies
Taxes: 13.325% tax not included
Additional fees: $1 safe fee per day not included
Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Amenities
Outdoor pool, hot tub, hot breakfast
Free WiFi

For more information:
Call 1.928.204.1146 or visit GROUPON

$119 Sedona: Renovated Hotel incl. Wine Tour,
Reg. $189

Arrive Oct. 31 – Feb. 13; blackout dates apply
$119 per night in an upgraded room with two queen beds; two nights for $199
$159 per night in a king room with a fireplace and whirlpool tub; two nights for $279
All stays include a wine tour as well as complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi access
With this deal, you don’t have to decide yet when to go. Just purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then call the hotel directly at 928-204-1146 to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. Not available on: Nov. 27-29; Dec. 26-31; Jan. 1. Reservations are subject to availability and early booking is encouraged.

Once the room is reserved with the hotel, hotel cancellation policy prevails, and cancellations or changes must be made three days prior to arrival. Hotel-imposed penalties may apply. Any unused promotional value credit will be forfeited upon checkout. Maximum occupancy in the room with two queen beds is four guests. Maximum occupancy in the room with a king bed is two guests. Parking is complimentary. This hotel is not pet-friendly. This deal cannot be combined with other offers. Purchase multiple vouchers to stay multiple nights. Taxes and gratuity, if applicable, are additional. Voucher must be used in one visit. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol.

For more information: Call 1.928.204.1146 or visit, TRAVELZOO