Moonlight Madness Street Festival & Sidewalk Sale in Sedona Main Street District
Saturday September 1st from Noon to 9 pm
Activities, street performers, entertainment, artist demos, live music and sidewalk sales!
Some entertainment, live music and sidewalk sales continue through Monday, Sept. 3
Details at www.sedonamainstreet.com; Event programs at festival (while supplies last).
All good ghouls, goblins and ghosts are welcome for “Spooktacular” festivities in Uptown Sedona on Halloween, October 31st, from 5 to 8 pm. Treats are available at storefronts all along the sidewalks and plazas of “Main Street” (SR 89A & The Shops at Hyatt Pinon Pointe) in Uptown, thanks to the merchants. Storefronts are decorated and costumed employees and owners add to the celebration. Sedona Fire District will give away glow bracelets to promote “Be Safe, Be Seen” and Sedona Police Department will be on hand to help keep it safe.
“Thriller – Ghost Rave” dance performances will take place from 5 to 8 pm at C-Market, on the corner of SR 89A & Jordan Road. Prepare to be mesmerized by these dancers from the local community coordinated by Martha Edwards, all generously donating their time and talent.
Parking is available in Sedona’s Public Parking Lot on Schnebly Road, all along SR 89A and in parking lots at plazas and shops in the area. This free event is made possible by the generosity of all the participating merchants and coordinated by Sedona Main Street Program.
So don your costumes or come as you are for this howling good time! Contact 928.204.2390 Monday-Friday or visit www.sedonamainstreet.com.
Come enjoy “a whole lotta cowboy goin’s on” in the midst of spectacular red rock country. Sedona is celebrating National Day of the Cowboy, July 24th, 2010, with a FREE event co-presented by Red Rock Western Jeep Tours and Sedona Main Street Program from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Main Street District along State Route 89A. It is befitting our cultural heritage, since Cowboys were a vital part of this town from its early days. And the Cowboy Artists of America was founded by resident and area cowboys at the Oak Creek Tavern in Uptown Sedona.
Rodeo cowboy storytelling starts the day, along with Hopi Elder Fakina Bluestar storytelling and dances. Listen to Brian Denali tell Native American stories interwoven with flute playing. Cowboy poet Mike Peach will perform at Oak Creek Marketplace during the day. Western trades people will demonstrate their skills at Sinagua Plaza all day.
Gunfights, whip crackin’ and ropin’ start at High Noon as part of live performances ’til 5 pm in front of Red Rock Western Jeep Tours! There will be gunfights in the fast moving action and drama from local cowboys & gals, too! Historical re-enactments by Boots & Bustles of Prescott will take place from noon – 4pm. You can try your hand at roping a steer (the stationary kind!) and get a tip or two from the cowboys giving roping demonstrations. Take a picture with Babe, The Giant Horse, and try a pony ride. For more information please call: 928-204-2390.