Want to learn more about the Native American history of Sedona and the Verde Valley? Did you know that throughout Northern Arizona there are incredible ancient ruins sites like the Palatki & Honaki Heritage Site, V Bar V, Montezuma’s Castle & Montezuma’s Well, Tuzigoot National Monument and more? Guided and individual tours to these sites will amaze and astound you as you view ancient petroglyphs, fragments of indian pottery from centuries ago and native dwellings that have been preserved for ages. Watch this video to learn more about the sacred lands of Sedona.
We highly recommend taking a guided tour to Sedona’s ancient ruins through Pink Jeep Tours. Click on the link to view their Video Web Page here on Sedona.tv. Also, be sure to sign up for their e-newsletter on their website because they send out information about deals and discounts every month.
Got a question about Sedona’s Native American History? Post a comment and we’ll do our best to answer!
The sounds of world-class music will resound Memorial Day weekend in Sedona, welcoming visitors and residents alike, when internationally acclaimed pianist Valentina Lisitsa returns to Sedona for a 2:30pm concert Sunday, May 24 together with husband Alexei Kuznetsoff following their postponed Chamber Music Sedona performance March 15 when Ms. Lisitsa was invited to perform the Beethoven Emperor Concerto with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, stepping in for Helene Grimaud March 13, 14 and 15.
Ms. Lisitsa first appeared in Sedona in October 2007 with violinist Hilary Hahn. It was this association with Hahn at a March 2009 Chicago Symphony Orchestra Recital series concert that Ms. Lisitsa was invited to make her CSO debut. The May 24 program will include music by Debussy, Schubert, Brahms and Beethoven.
This brilliant young piano-duo from Ukraine came to the United States with an impressive list of competition prizes to its credit and is winning critical acclaim in the U.S. as gifted artists making a genuine contribution to the marvelous but, seldom-heard literature for two pianos. By the time Valentina and Alexei met at the Kiev Conservatory, they were both winners of numerous international, national and local solo and chamber music competitions. In 1990, after only a few weeks of preparation, Lisitsa and Kuznetsoff captured the first prize at the Ukrainian Chamber Music Competition.
In a recent review, The Dallas Morning News said, “Lisitsa and Kuznetsoff’s playing is all the grapevine said it was — miraculous. It is not simply that their ensemble skills are so uncommon; more to the point, these two bright, attractive performers manage to react as one while maintaining a flexibility of phrase and a freedom of gait commanded by few other duo-pianists.”
A pre-concert talk will take place from 1:15-1:55pm by Coconino Community College Music Instructor and pianist Chase Coleman in the Don Bosco Room at St. John Vianney Church immediately before the concert. Call 928.204.2415 for more information or visit http://chambermusicsedona.org/descriptions.htm for more information.
Ms. Lisitsa and Mr. Kuznetsoff will give a master class immediately following the concert for Northern Arizona pianists who have participated in the Quick-Bowman Piano Competition, held annually for eighteen years.
$35 reserved / seat specific ~ $25 general admission
Available by phone @ 928.204.2415
And at ticket outlets
Bashas’-Sedona, Rycus’ Corners-VOC
Arizona Music Pro and Cedar Music – FLAGSTAFF
Planet Video and Music – COTTONWOOD
Think For Ink – PRESCOTT
Chamber Music Sedona is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization supported by the
Arizona Commission on the Arts, City of Sedona, National Endowment for the Arts, WESTAF, foundation and corporate support and private contributions from members and businesses.
Don’t Miss the Zaki Gordon Institute’s Film Festival Experience!
SAVE THE DATE!
May 22-24, 2009
Memorial Day weekend marks the 9th annual ZGI Shorts Film Festival!
The Zaki Gordon Institute is proud to present short films from the Class of 2009 and more. The complete film festival experience is an exciting time with the premiere of over 20 short films, new projects from ZGI alumni and winners of the Arizona High School Media Competition all screening at the film festival.
Presenting a first look at films directed by this year’s graduates, the shorts program will also highlight, Student Films by Famous Directors. George Lucas, Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg all launched their film careers as students. Today their work inspires new filmmakers with films like Star Wars, Back to the Future and Close Encounters.
Documentaries Nurture Nature shorts film block gives a close up look at the powerful relationship between humanity and nature. Subjects include the Sea of Cortez, Lake Powell and Cornville, Ariz.
Film synopsis and schedule details will be posted one week prior to the film festival. Please note all films screen at least one time on Saturday and one time on Sunday.
Premiere Pass: Only $35
Don’t miss the opening celebration! Clearly the best value of the weekend, the Premiere Pass includes the biggest party of the weekend.
This year the celebration of filmmaking will take place on campus Friday evening. Casino games will provide the entertainment at this “filmanthropic” event. A great excuse to dress to the nines, the school will be transformed, taking guests back in time to a magical era of the classic casino lounges and the Rat Pack.
The evening will start at 6:30 and the winners will be announced at 9:30pm. A wine tasting demonstration will be presented by Oak Creek Vineyards and Winery. Fabulous food provided by Reds, Dahl & DiLuca and the Heartline Cafe and live classic jazz by Eric Williams.
Call Now to Make Your Reservations at 928-649-4288. Passes can be held at will call. If you would like to pick up your passes before the event the Box Office opens May 14, Monday – Friday, 1pm-5pm. Prizes for the Opening Night Incredible Getaway Package in Sedona, Adventure on the Grand Canyon Railroad and more…
For more information on the ZGI Film Festival May 22-24,
Red Rock TV Channel 16 and Sedona.tv, Your #1 Guide to Sedona is hosting our first ever GIVEAWAY! We’re bringing Sedona straight to you. We’ve got A LONG LIST of prizes you can win, donated by our generous Sponsors here on Sedona.tv. In addition to donating these fabulous prizes, many of our Sponsors are also offering discountsfor the month of May. Read ahead to find out how you can save money by telling them you saw ’em on Sedona.tv.
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1 night stay at Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast, Sedona*
Among Sedona Bed and Breakfast Inns, Canyon Villa is a true value in premier Arizona lodging, offering modern yet classic B&B; accommodations, a wonderful cuisine, a shimmering outdoor pool, splendid gardens, private patios, and magnificent red rock views second to none. We look forward to sharing this “special space” in Sedona, Arizona, with you and the wonderful guests who gather here daily from all over the world. For more information or to book a room, call 1.800.453.1166 or visit http://www.canyonvilla.com/
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The Mother of all Kachinas. She guides and protects all, watches over children as they play, and sends prayers by carrying corn in her basket.
“The Crow Mother (Angwusnasomtaqa or Tumas) is the mother of the Whipper Kachinas and is considered by many Hopi to be the mother of all Kachinas. She leads other Kachinas into the village during Powamu bearing in her arms a basket of corn and kernels and bean sprouts to symbolically start the new season properly. The Crow Mother appears during the Bean Dance on all three mesas.”
Log onto www.KachinaHouse.com right now and use COUPON CODE “SEDONATV” to receive 15% off your purchase now through May 31st, 2009.
1 pound of decadent fudge & a batch of Grandma Horr’s cookies
style=”color:#000000;”>from the Sedona Fudge Company
The Sedona Fudge Company has the finest fudge on earth using MACKINAC ISLAND FUDGE RECIPES FROM 1887. Their Grandma Horr’s Cookies come from years of family recipes and are sure to please everyone on your list. These cookies are made fresh daily and shipped right away for the best cookie experience ever. The Sedona Fudge Company also designs and ships custom created Gift Baskets through Gift Baskets of Sedona. They specialize in corporate gift baskets and can make baskets for any occasions. Fudge is an excellent traveler and can be easily mailed any season.
A high-quality, eco-friendly Plan Toys Wooden Toy Drum
Plan Toys tympanic drum comes complete with drumstick. The Plan Toys drum develops children’s spatial perception and arm muscles . The drum stick has a rubber head to soften the sound. Plan Toys is a Thailand based toy company founded in 1981 pioneered the use of sustainable rubberwood to make wood toys. All Plan Toys are assembled using a proprietary, non-formaldehyde E-Zero glue and finished with safe, non-toxic water-based dyes.
The Sedona Kid Company is the only toy store in Sedona! Customers rave about the huge selection of kid’s T-shirts and unique selection of retro toys and southwest books for kids. We are known for great prices, attentive and friendly service and an outstanding selection of really unique games, toys, dolls from Adora that are great for kids but also are collected by many doll collectors.
Visit the Sedona Kid Company and tell them you saw them on Sedona.tv – get 10% off your purchase!
2 Natural Wonders of Sedona (DVD or VHS) – 45 min. Retail Value $22.95 + S&H; each
Take a jaw-dropping, red-rocking Virtual Tour of Sedona from above and below with the area’s most spectacular aerial footage blended with a tour of Sedona’s most well-known rock formations, hidden ancient ruins, and more all put to local Southwest music. You’ll be packing your bags to head to Red Rock Country within the first five minutes of popping this vid in!
1 Ghost Tour of Jerome DVD or VHS – 28 min. Retail Value $22.95 + S&H;
Join ghost Sam Durham on a 100 year tour of Jerome, the Billion Dollar Copper Camp that turned into the LARGEST GHOST TOWN IN AMERICA.
Through the use of early photos, private film footage and contemporary video, this tour of Jerome, Arizona comes alive and is a vital addition to your fondest memories of the town. Produced by Creative Video Productions in cooperation with the Jerome Historical Society. 28 minutes in length.Learn more about this video.
First Friday at Sedona Arts Center Beauty of Light Exhibit, Talented Poets, Pin-up Show
SEDONA, AZ. (April 22, 2008): Mark your calendars for the Sedona Arts Center’s First Friday Activities on May 1st, 5 – 8pm. The evening opens at 4:00pm for an hour of poetry at Poets Corner. Enjoy the return of two audience favorites: KC Baker from San Francisco and Amy Mae Calhoun from Prescott. Opening for them will be Lynn Heil from Sedona who will be reading his poetry publicly for the first time. Poets Corner performances will be followed by opening receptions from 5 – 8pm for the Center’s two new exhibits. Join us for evening of art and fun! Everyone is invited – no admission for the events.
The Fine Art Gallery’s May exhibit, “Beauty of Light,” is one that you do not want to miss. The show features the unique works of four talented member artists: Marlys K. Mallet and Michael Redhawk with their captivating Unison Series, amazing art quilts by Jane Defoe, beautiful ceramic art by Dennis Ott, and exquisite jewelry by Michael Redhawk. The exhibit will run through June 3rd ~ open daily from 10am – 5pm.
The 4th Annual Sedona Pin-Up Show, located in the Community Gallery, is a celebration of art in the raw – ready for you to find those pieces you cannot live without – and later enjoy the experience of choosing the matting and frames that will harmonize perfectly with your home or office decor. This could be the opportunity of a lifetime to buy a piece created by a local well-known artist or possibly one yet undiscovered at a very reasonable price. Everything in the show will be priced from $50 to $500 – something is bound to catch your eye – and match your pocketbook! This unusual and exciting exhibition runs for only three days! It opens with the reception on Friday, May 1st from 5 – 8pm and continues on Saturday, May 2nd and Sunday, May 3rd from 10am – 5pm.
The Annual Pinup Show was organized four years ago to attract a wide variety of artists from all around the area. The show is unusual for Sedona and the Arts Center because it is non-juried and open to all artists of any level from Yavapai and Coconino Counties – including children.
Begin the evening with the Poetry Readings in the Sculpture Garden, join the revelry and buying frenzy at the 4th Annual Pin-up Show in the Community Gallery, and bask in the beauty of the unique creations by the featured artists in the Fine Art Gallery.
The Sedona Arts Center is located at State Route 89A & Art Barn Road in uptown Sedona. The Galleries are open daily from 10-5. For more information call 928-282-3809 or visit http://www.sedonaartscenter.com/.
Dr. Jessie Voigts, Founder of Wandering Educators recently named Sedona.tv “the best resource for exploring Sedona online” in an online interview with Megan Aronson featuring the new website Sedona.tv, “Your #1 Guide to Sedona.”
“One of the most beautiful places on earth has to be Sedona, in Northern Arizona. Although I’ve not been there yet, I’ve spent hours recently exploring the land and culture there. How? I’ve found the BEST resource for exploring Sedona, online. Sedona.tv is an extraordinary video portal for Sedona and its gorgeous scenery. On Sedona.tv, you can explore all aspects of visiting and living in Sedona.” ~Dr. Jessie Voigts, Founder, WanderingEducators.com
This enticing and vibrantly colorful article was featured on their homepage as part of their 1st Anniversary Celebration. The team at Sedona.tv was honored to be featured as part of this special celebration. Dr. Voigts has also asked Megan Aronson to be an Editor for Wandering Educators providing ongoing articles about Sedona and all it has to offer for their members.
A historic event is about to take place right here in Sedona, Arizona.
It will impact the world for generations to come.
Many believe this event fulfills the ancient Mayan prophecies about the year 2012.
Be part of the Return of the Ancestors – a gathering of the indiginous elders of the world, coming together with one common goal…peace…on…Earth.
The Wisdom keepers and indigenous peoples from all over the earth are gathering in Sedona on April 18th -19th which many believe fulfills the ancient prophecy of the Condor and the Eagle where the Condor of the South unites with the Eagle of the North.
“The Institute for Cultural Awareness presents a historic International multicultural gathering and sacred pilgrimage welcoming Indigenous elders and future wisdom keepers representing the voice of Mother Earth, beginning Earth Day weekend, April 18-28, 2009 throughout Northern Arizona. The heart of the gathering will be the 4th reunion of the Continental Council of Indigenous Elders and Spiritual Guides of the Americas. The intention is to unite and share the invited wisdom keeper’s visions and prophesized ceremonies for peace and harmony for Mother Earth and all humanity.”
Continued from The Insitute of Cultural Awareness:
Humanity has waited for the day of peace and harmony to reign in this world for hundreds of years. We are at a pivotal point where action needs to be taken. We must move in a new direction towards each individual seeking the healing of their ancestral memories to enable humanity to move forward. A proclamation will be made for the ancestral memories to be healed globally for all time and space.
We are now living in a time of our truth and an intertwined field of destiny mending the circle of life. Let us look at the truth: the tree of life, the seed of life, the flower of life. The world has awaited a renewed life’s plan. We look towards our grand elders and wisdom keepers’ Cosmovision for specific instructions and guidance towards the reconnection to the natural laws. The seen and unseen from the past, present and future unfold. Destiny brings us all to this point in time. The men and women of wisdom have returned. History and Herstory is unfolding in front of our very own eyes.
The Institute for Cultural Awareness’ goal is to sponsor 72 or more global spiritual/cultural leaders and 28 youth council leaders from around the world. These wisdom keepers will share a harvest of harmonic wisdom and understandings that will enable the world to fulfill the prophecies of the ancestors. This gathering’s commitment to ceremony as a focal point offers pilgrims of the world the privilege to witness councils sharing wisdom from their ancestors, songs and sacred ceremonies. This intention is to bring inspiration to the world thus birthing clear decisions and manifesting a conduit of hope for our children, the future wisdom keepers of the world.
Whether attending the gathering physically or through private ceremony, everyone is being called to participate in this historic and extraordinary event. Through humanity’s enlightenment, once again we will live in balance and harmony with Mother Earth. All is in divine timing!
One Mayan prophecy states, “At the time of the 12 Baktun and 13 Ahau is the time of the return of our ancestors and the return of the men of wisdom.” “That time is now,” says Grandfather Alejandro Cirilo Oxlaj, President of the National Mayan Council of Elders of Guatemala and President of the Continental Council of Indigenous Elders and Spiritual Guides of the Americas.
The Institute for Cultural Awareness is a 501c (3) non-profit corporation coordinating this monumental gathering. The vision of ICA is strong and motivated with a desire to build a better future for our children. Your support will provide a firm foundation to create a broader expression of service for humanity.
Our goal is to raise 1.5 million dollars for the Return of the Ancestors Gathering. To learn more about how you can support ICA and the preparations for this gathering, please feel free to contact ICA directly at 928-6463000 or visit our website: www.ica8.org
Sedona, Arizona is one of the best places on Earth to celebrate Earth Day because we bring GREEN and RED together! Red rocks and green living meet in a city that hopes to be known for years to come as one of premiere eco-tourism destinations in the world. Travelers come to Sedona from all over the world to stay in eco-friendly resorts like Los Abrigados Resort & Spa, to shop at environmentally conscious businesses like New Frontiers Natural Marketplace, to cruise Sedona on electric toys, to dine at cafes that offer natural and organic selections like the Secret Garden Cafe and of course, to soak in the mystical energy of Sedona.
You’ll also find that those of us who call Sedona home are working hard to make our community greener through our schools, recycling centers, and plans for the future of our city. Sedona organizations like Keep Sedona Beautiful and Sustainable Arizona work tirelessly together for the future of our planet and our city. In fact, right now Sedona’s celebrating Water Awareness for the entire month of April!
Its pretty easy to appreciate and honor our sacred Earth when surrounded by the reverent beauty of towering red rock mountains. Sedona is a city unlike any other in the world and we’ve been going green for awhile now so each year, there’s more and more ways to celebrate Earth Day.
Here are just a few of the Sedona events going on this next week so pick your environmentally-friendly, sustainable, recyclable, organic green event find the green in this beautiful red city! City of Sedona Earth Day Celebration at Posse Grounds 9 am – 1 pm
The City of Sedona will hold the 2nd annual Earth Day Event at the Posse Grounds community area. Come out and show your support for the Earth! The first 150 attendees will receive complimentary reusable grocery bags courtesy of local Sedona grocery stores. There will be interesting and informative vendors on site giving out information on sustainability and green living. Live music performances will be happening so bring a blanket and enjoy some relaxing time on the grass out in the sunshine. Please remember that dogs on leashes are welcome, but please pick up after your pet. Organized games for children will be held at 11 am, with prizes for those that participate. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation at 282-7098 or visit the city website.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Arizona Premiere of “Pirate for the Sea” on Tuesday, April 21. There will be two screenings of the film at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. on at Harkins Sedona Six Theatres. The film is the second in a five-week “Premiere Series” that will continue every Tuesday through mid-May.
“Pirate for the Sea” had its premiere at the Telluride Film Festival last fall and has gone on to play numerous prestigious festivals around the world (including the Berlin and Seattle International Film Festivals), and has won “Best Feature Documentary” at the Boulder International Film Festival, the “Environmental Award” at the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival, and was a nominee for the “Social Justice Award” at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
The writer/director/producer of the film, Ron Colby, and the co-producer Patricia van Ryker will be in Sedona to host the premiere and conduct a Q&A; discussion following both screenings.
“This is the perfect film for us to feature on the eve of Earth Day, and it is one of the most environmentally thought-provoking films you’ll see,” said festival director Patrick Schweiss. “It is an important and timely film about a very powerful topic that needs to be brought to the attention of the entire world.”
Celebrate Earth Day in Sedona – where red rocks meet green living! For a complete listing of annual Sedona events, click here.
Hi, I’m Megan, your Sedona Concierge. Got a burning question about What to See & Do in Sedona? Looking for the best Sedona hotels & motels, restaurants, galleries, shops, spas and more? Post a question! The best ones will be replied to right here on our Sedona.tv Blog with videos and customized recommendations to help you make the most out of your time in the Red Rocks!
Hi Megan! Thanks for all the helpful info so far! Lunch on the way up – was thinking the Asylum in Jerome, but then we miss that spectacular drive in to Sedona coming the back way. Any thoughts? Other plans are the Pink Jeep tour (Broken Arrow), dinner at Cafe Elote (love that place!), playing the horses at Stakes and Sticks, and lunch/dinner the day we head out. Maybe L’Auberge for lunch by the creek or Tii Gavo at Enchantment, dinner at Cucina Rustica. ~Rubee
Great choices so far Rubee! If you want a casual, super yummy breakfast or lunch try Secret Garden Cafe at Tlaquepaque…location is beautiful, food is healthy and delicious.
If you want something more formal, I recommend breakfast at L’Auberge over lunch. Cucina Rustica is an excellent restaurant for dinner – try the Grilled Artichoke appetizer – I’ve never had anything like it in my life!
Make sure you do the drive up/down Oak Creek Canyon. Oak Creek Canyon was named one of the top 10 most scenic drives in America by Rand McNally.
Jerome is very cool, too! You can never go wrong with a visit to the Asylum – it kind of sits off the side of a cliff overlooking the Verde Valley. I also recommend the Haunted Hamburger for lunch. I’ve never tried it myself but all the locals rave about it.
Broken Arrow Tour with Pink Jeep Tours is one of the best jeep tours in town. You will love it! If you can book it for sunset time, you’ll find it even more breathtaking. Also visit http://www.pinkjeep.com/ and sign up for their E-Newsletter to get discounts!
Last but not least, just for fun, you might consider trying a pyschic reading – its a true Sedona experience! I’ve had some really amazing readings at the Center for the New Age.
Hope you enjoy your trip here! Please come back and comment on how you liked all of my recommendations!
Hi, I’m Megan Aronson, your Sedona Concierge. I am the expert on all things Sedona! From current events to restaurant recommendations, hotels and B&Bs to hiking trails and golf courses…and EVERYTHING in between!
You can find videos on Sedona Lodging, Shops, Galleries, Restaurants, Spas, Retreats, Spirituality and much more right here on Sedona.tvbut if you’ve got a burning question about how you can make the most out of your time in the red rocks, just ask! I’ll pick the best questions and respond right here on our Sedona.tv Blog, making several recommendations for you. I’ll also include informative videos so you can see for yourself which shops, restaurants, galleries, spas, and lodging choices will make YOUR trip to Sedona the most memorable. You might start off by watching the video below – it’ll give you a great overview of Sedona to help you plan your trip here.
I know when I travel, I always want to know where the locals go because those are usually the best places to visit – the places that create lasting memories that you will talk about for years to come. So consider me your local insider! Want to know where you can have the best massage of your life? Looking for a less-traveled, still spectacular path for a romantic hike in the red rocks? Wondering where you can have an authentic Sedona pyschic reading or healing session? Trying to find a restaurant unlike any other you’ve ever been to? I’ve got answers to all your questions! I’m also a Mom, a dog-owner and an “eco-tourist” so if you want pet-friendly, kid-friendly or GREEN recommendations, I’ve got those too!
A Little More About Me
I’m the host of “Out & About with Megan” on Red Rock TV Channel 16 here in beautiful Sedona and before that I was a Concierge for several years at one of Sedona’s top resorts. I’ve lived in Sedona for almost 9 years and my family has been here for over 40 years. In fact, my parents met here in Sedona in my grandmother’s 8th grade choir class (and they are still married!). I’ve been visiting Sedona all my life and in the year 2000, I moved to Sedona “temporarily,” got the infamous “Red Rock Fever” and never left. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else in the world. The incredible energy of this magical place has changed me forever and continues to speak to me day after day. I feel so blessed to call Sedona home and now I am excited to share my home with you!
I’ve responded to several questions on Twitter already but its so hard to tell followers about all the great things to see & do here in just 140 characters so from now on, I’m going to pick some questions to respond to here on our Sedona.tv Blog so I can give a more detailed response complete with videos!
If you’ve got a question, please post it in the COMMENTS area! You can also visit our FAQs page for a list of frequently asked questions on Sedona’s weather, the Red Rock Pass, how to pronounce that strange word Tlaquepaque (and what exactly is it?!), why the rocks are red, what is a Vortex and much more. Take a little time to watch the video below and I guarantee you’ll be packing your bags heading to Sedona soon as you can!
P.S. You don’t have to be traveling to Sedona to have a burning question about our Red Rock Country – feel free to post questions whether or not you’re comin’ for a visit!
See you in the red rocks – I promise, you’re going to have the TIME OF YOUR LIFE!!!