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The Verde Bridge Nobody Wants

Sedona AZ – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Dear Editor, The Verde Connect is being challenged for its negative eco-impact on the fragile desert river and valley. Camp Verde AZ is slated for a bridge that “nobody wants” writes Yavapai County’s Eric Eberhard. @Photo Exclusive SedonaEye.com This section is not the actual letter. It is to convince you that... 

Clarkdale Final Summer Block Party

Sedona AZ – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: It’s our final summer party! The Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance along with The Clarkdale Foundation and The Town of Clarkdale are excited to bring you our third and final summer Block Party. We’ll have live music with Livas & Morgan sponsored by Scott’s Main Street Cafe & Pizzeria, Clarkdale’s... 

A Warm and Sultry First Saturday Art Walk in Jerome

Sarah Harms candle on display at the Jerome Artist’s Cooperative is made with essential oils and soy wax expertly poured into a beautiful hand thrown vessel. Sedona AZ – A warm and sultry night filled with art, music, and gallery hopping is in store on August 3, 2019, for First Saturday Art Walk in Jerome. Visit the many galleries and studios throughout this charming Arizona mountain town... 

Jerome Fourth of July Weekend Art Walk

Sedona AZ – First Saturday Jerome Art Walk celebrates the Fourth of July weekend in artistic style as galleries and studios open doors for an evening of summertime enchantment on July 6, 2019. From the Anderson-Mandette Gallery at the Old Jerome High School to Made in Jerome Pottery at the other end of town, delightful surprises abound in this artist colony high on Cleopatra Hill. Restaurants... 

Eye on Sedona with Mayor Sandy Moriarty

In spring of 2014, transit bus shelters were erected but the Verde Lynx system has been unable to attract consultant’s forecasted ridership for its Cottonwood – Sedona – round trip or one way routes. The Verde Lynx system also connects the Yavapai-Apache Reservation and honors its transit system tickets. Sedona AZ – This SedonaEye.com article was submitted by the city of Sedona... 

Cottonwood Earth Day March and Rally

Sedona AZ – An April 20 Earth Day March and Rally will meet at the Baseball Field parking lot in Cottonwood’s Riverfront Park at 11:00 in the morning. A 1.2 mile walk from the park will proceed along Main Street to the Verde Valley Montessori School, where the Earth Day rally will take place. There will be two speakers at the rally and Shelley Haiken will be the event’s featured entertainment. Earth... 

RunSedona February 2019 Traffic Alert

Sedona city view Sedona AZ  – The RunSedona Half-Marathon, 10K and 5K events will be held February 2, 2019, beginning at 8:00 a.m. with road closings and restrictions in effect for Sedona residents and visitors. Mark your calendars now.  The marathon course begins on Navoti Drive near Bristlecone Pines Road, heads eastward to Calle del Solle, enters SR 89A heading east, then turns north onto... 

Oak Creek Watershed Volunteers Remove 6,768 Pounds of Waste

Annual Oak Creek Watershed Council Labor Day 2018 Clean Up volunteers were from the Rotary Club of Sedona in VOC, Red Rock Crossing – photo courtesy OCWC Sedona AZ – The Oak Creek Watershed Council mission is to maintain a standard of excellence for watershed stewardship and preserving the integrity of Oak Creek. In 2018, OCWC did that and more. An edited end of year OCTC newsletter highlights... 

Joys of Yiddish at JCSVV

Sedona AZ (December 30, 2018) – Remember the musical Fiddler on the Roof? The play was based on stories by Sholom Aleichem that were written in Yiddish, the language spoken by Jewish people living in communities across Europe. But those communities and that language died out in the Holocaust. It seems, however, that reports of Yiddish’s demise are premature. Remarkably, the language lives... 

Great Decisions Program at Sedona Library

Sedona AZ (December 16, 2018) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: The Verde Valley chapter of Great Decisions will begin their 2019 program in January, and invites members of the community to join the group and engage in thought provoking discussions on key foreign policy issues. Sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association, Great Decisions is America’s largest discussion... 
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