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Sedona Healing Garden Gathering June 10

 The Gathering Come gather in the energy of Spirit.   See how you can gain respect, love, and trust from your own self-love. You are a creature of habit and habitual responses. Are you aware of yourself? Swami Steve (Swami Paratash Prassana: Master of Contentment & Joy) will guide you through the process that will create growth, understanding, and great glee within you! Swami Steve is a gifted... 

Congressman Ann Kirkpatrick Reception June 12

A reception in honor of Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick Arizona’s 1st Congressional DistrictSt. Andrews Episcopal Church 100 Arroyo Piñon Drive Sedona AZ 86336 Sponsor: $50 ~ Guest: $25 payable at the door For more information or to RSVP please contact Maya Rao at Maya@KirkpatrickForArizona.com or (928) 925-7286    Contributions or gifts to Kirkpatrick for Arizona are not tax deductible. Corporate... 

Summer Art “Camp Bear Wallow” begins June 21

  “CAMP BEAR  WALLOW”,  the summer “Art Kamp for Kids!” will be at the Sedona  Creative  Life  Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Road, directed by artist,  Nancy Robb Dunst.  In its 11th year,  this camp will run for 4 weeks: June 21st, June28th, 12th, July 12th & July 19th from 9:30-12:30  every morning Monday through Friday.  Children may attend for one week or all four with 12 openings ... 

Sedona Community Farmers Market June 11

When:   Weekly on Fridays from 9am to 1pm    Where: The market is located at the Sedona Airport by the Overlook in Sedona. What:  Local growers, producers and artisans. Offerings include freshly farmed seasonal fruits & vegetables, eggs, goat products, free-range beef, artisan foods, gourmet coffee beans, freshly baked breads, tamales, hand-made pasta, local honey,handcrafted body & bath... 

Red Rock National Scenic Area Advances in Congress

Sedona AZ June 10 2010: Breaking new update on this story!   Joining Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick in Washington DC for a Congressional subcommittee hearing today were Sedona Mayor Rob Adams and City Councilmember Barbara Litrell, both testifying of the economic need to preserve the Red Rocks with the NSA designation.  Future action is uncertain at this time.  The Coalition for the Sedona Red... 

City Talk Article for May 26, 2010

This article submitted by the City of Sedona staff. Sedona AZ (May 26, 2010) – The City of Sedona Arts and Culture Commission is pleased to announce the Call for Nominations for the Third Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards, which each year honors individuals, organizations, and businesses that have made outstanding contributions to the success of the arts in Sedona. Nominations must be received or... 

Old Guard Out: New Order In

By Tommy Acosta — It was a celebration of new hope at the May 25 Sedona City Council meeting where the new council was ceremoniously sworn in. One could feel the joy bouncing off the walls as the standing-room-only crowd applauded and cheered for the victorious candidates representing their dreams and hopes for the future of Sedona. The defeated incumbents took their lumps gracefully, save for... 

Mayor Adams Cuts Ribbon at Spirit Dancer Fine Art Gallery June 4

SPIRIT DANCER FINE ART INTERNATIONAL ART GALLERY SINCE 1977 NEW YORK* PARIS* MADRID* SEDONA A Unique Art Gallery in The magical Land of Sedona Mayor Rob Adams cuts The Ribbon at Spirit Dancer Fine Art Gallery June 4th 5-8 PM at Angel Lightfeather’s Sacred Pathways 105 Portal Lane in Sedona. Spirit Dancer Fine Art International Gallery Officially Opens during first Friday Art Walk June 4th! World... 

Citizens letter regarding SFD ambulance service

If you appreciate the current level of service provided by the Sedona Fire District for Emergency Medical Services, now would be a very good time to speak up.  Read More →

Response to “Immigration Opinion from California Reader”

According to Rosemary LaBonte (and David), “Some [Ellis Island immigrants]would even get down on their hands and knees and kiss the ground.”  Remember that if some of the Mexican immigrants got down on their hands and knees and kissed the ground, they would be kissing the ground that only a few short years ago (historically speaking) belonged to them — their long lost country. To... 
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