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Newest Episode of "Out & About with Megan" featuring the Sedona Farmer's Market

By, Megan Aronson

The Sedona Farmer’s Market takes place every Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Airport Mesa lookout. I visited it for the first time last week and was super impressed with the incredible selection of fresh produce and a million other goodies. I took home some yummy tamales, vibrant sunflowers, “ta die for” homemade banana bread from Lisa Dahl of Dahl & DiLuca and scrumptious red potatoes from a local farm. I also tried a Chocolate Peanutbutter Crepe at the Crepe Stand and the best vanilla milkshake I’ve ever had in my life. The offerings change up every week so read ahead for the latest Press Release from the Farmer’s Market on what to look for tomorrow morning! Hope to see you there!


When: Weekly on Fridays from 8 am to 1 pm – June 5th through October 9th.

Where: The market is located at the Sedona Airport by the Overlook in West Sedona.

What: Local growers, producers and artisans. Offerings include freshly farmed seasonal fruits & vegetables, eggs, goat milk, goat mozzarella, fresh cut flowers, grass-fed, hormone & antibiotic free beef & chicken, artisan foods, pecans, freshly baked breads, tamales, hand-made pasta, French crepes, felafel made on site, raw cuisine, freshly pressed cider, low gluten freshly ground mesquite flour, local honey, hot and iced coffee, espresso, roasted coffee beans, soil regeneration products, plants, seeds, handcrafted body & bath products, jewelry, reflexology and massage. The market is WIC certified.

Vegetables at the market this week: okra, melons, cucumbers, tomatoes (cherry, green, red and purple), lettuce, onions, scallions, dill, basil, mint, potatoes, garlic, mustard greens, kale, chards, radishes, beets, broccoli, cabbage, dandelion greens, carrots, squashes, arugula SPECIAL FEATURES THIS WEEK:

CHEF DEMO! today with award-winning Chef Kurt from KURT’S MAIN STREET CAFE on 89A in West Sedona. Kurt Jacobsen has an eclectic taste in food and a passion for fresh ingredients which are presented on his menu and that changes seasonally. Today watch him cook up something tasty with our market produce…!!! Demonstration starting approx 8.30am. www.kurtsmainstcafe.com

LIVE MUSIC! today with The Arizona Dunun Group starting at 9 am. Great drumming … great beat …. come listen to the West African rhythms….. www.azdunun.org

GARDENS OF HUMANITY BOOTH will host a talk by Jay Fleishman on GROWING VEGETABLES YEAR ROUND starting from 9.30am. Bring all your gardening questions. Jay Fleishman is a certified master gardener and vice president of Cottonwood Community Gardens, LLC.

“HANDS ACROSS THE GLOBE” – Communities helping Communities – Limited Edition Tote Bags – All proceeds from sales to be donated to local Meals on Wheels and the Food Bank – Made by widows from Zambia to generate income to support their families stricken by AIDS/HIV, the widows crochet these beautiful colorful creations using recycled plastic bags. Generously donated by Sedona’s Mary Fisher Studios. www.maryfisher.com Located at the Market Info Booth.

THE HUMANE SOCIETY IS BACK with 4 dogs that would love to meet you!! Donations welcome.

Knife, scissor & small garden tool SHARPENING SERVICE is back! Now located near the music tent.

Recycle your EGG CARTONS and KITCHEN COMPOST at the Information or Gardens of Humanity booths! Purchases can be made with CASH or also now with VISA / MASTER / DISCOVER cards for your convenience. Pick up your BLUE SLIP at the information booth, do all your shopping, mark your slip as you go and pay for all your purchases at one time at the info booth.

Contact: Please call Katrin Themlitz at (928) 821-1133 for more information or email katrin.themlitz@gmail.com.

Sedona.tv Giveaway Ends June 2nd – Enter NOW to Win a One-Night Stay for 2 in Sedona & More

Our Sedona.TV Giveaway ends June 2nd!

Win a 1-night stay for 2 at Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast and other fabulous prizes by entering to win here. All you have to do is follow the link then leave us a comment telling us which video featured on our website is your favorite. How easy is that?!

Hope you’ll be joining us in Sedona soon. If not, maybe we’ll be sending a bit of Sedona your way with our fabulous prizes.

Tweeple, link to our giveaway or RT our tweets about it for extra entries!

Sedona.tv Named "Best Resource for Exploring Sedona Online" by Wandering Educators

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.

Click on the link below to read full article:
Sedona.tv Featured on Wandering Educators

"March"ing into Spring – Upcoming Sedona & Verde Valley Events with VIDEOS

It happens every year. February blows by like a crisp winter wind, March 1st arrives and its as if overnight Sedona and the Verde Valley come to life in anticipation of Spring. Suddenly, a plethora of events come flooding out into the sunshine along with thousands of people coming from near and far to enjoy them.

We’ve compiled a list of upcoming events, new and old, to whet your pallette for Springtime, inspirational art, and the melodies of Sedona’s diverse arts and culture scene.

So come out of hibernation – the weather is IDEAL! We’ve got unbelievable 60 and 70 degree weather with limitless blue skies and sunshine, red rocks and fun – and we’ve got something for everyone!

Sedona Gallery Association First Friday Evening in the Galleries
Friday, March 6th 5-8 p.m.

Every month Sedona’s finest galleries roll out the red carpet, local wines, appeteasers and featured artists for the First Friday Evening in the Galleries Event. This month nearly every gallery on the tour has a special exhibit or artist reception where you’re likely to meet the artists behind the artwork. The best way to tour the SGA Galleries is to hop on the Sedona Trolley – they’ll take you from gallery to gallery so you can skip the driving and safely enjoy a few sips of the local vinos offered.

Sedona Gallery Association Video from Sedona.tv

The Sedona Gallery AssociationThe best video clips are right here

Must-see galleries on your tour this month should include…

El Prado Gallery “Women to Watch” Exhibit
Located in Tlaquepaque
View El Prado’s Video Web Page on Sedona.tv here.

“El Prado celebrates National Women’s History Month with women artists who are destined to become future legends in fine art. New works from gallery favorites will include Sally Kimp, Kate Starling, Claudette Barker, Linda Demetre and Leslie Thompson. And, we always like to surprise our guests with some new young lady kicking up the dust with their artistic flair.”
-From http://www.elpradogalleries.com/Events.cfm

El Prado Video by Sedona.tv

Sedona El Prado Gallery Art VideoFor more funny videos, click here

James Ratliff Gallery
Located in Hozho Plaza on Gallery Row
View James Ratliff Gallery’s Video Web Page on Sedona.tv here.

The James Ratliff Gallery will be featuring a one-time jewelry trunk show showcasing the jewelry artists Patti Polk and Matt Nelson. From www.jamesratliffgallery.com/

Mountain Trails Gallery
Located in Tlaquepaque

Mountain Trails Gallery will be highlighting the works of Western Bronze Artist Dustin Payne.

The Sedona Arts Center 29th Annual Juried Members Exhibition
Located in Uptown Sedona
View Sedona Arts Center’s Video Web Page on Sedona.tv here.

This popular exhibition will feature juried works in all sizes, mediums, and price ranges showing works of emerging and professional artists. Prizes to be Awarded!

Preceding the Juried Members Exhibition the Poets Corner 2009 Season Opener will take place from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the Sculpture Garden at the Sedona Arts Center. Hosted by NORAZ Founder Christopher Lane watch out for poet Chris Linfors, Sedona Red Rock High School’s David Black, and poets from Sinagua High School Flagstaff. PLUS performance poets from Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff will be entertaining the crowd. This is going to be a fun one!

Sedona Arts Center Video by Sedona.tv


For more information on the Sedona Gallery Association & the First Friday Evening in the Galleries visit http://www.sedonagalleryassociation.com/.

1st Saturday Jerome Art Walk
Saturday, March 7th 5-8 p.m.

Meander through the streets of Jerome’s historic shopping & art district to visit over 20 galleries on the 1st Saturday Art Walk. This monthly event takes place on the first Saturday of every month & this month several of the galleries are offering artist receptions, exhibitions, live music, drinks and hors deourves.

Geoffrey Roth Masriera & Bagues Trunk Show
Friday & Saturday March 6th & 7th
View Geoffrey Roth’s Video Web Page on Sedona.tv here.

Masriera and Bagues Jewelry Trunk Show at Geoffrey Roth Geoffrey Roth, under the Bell Tower in Tlaquepaque, is hosting a trunk show for the Masriera and Bagues jewelry lines from Barcelona, Spain, Friday, March 6th and all day Saturday, March 7th. The jewelry store has carried these two fabulous lines for several years. However, this is the first time we will have the two complete lines available for the public. Please join us for a wine reception on Friday, March 6th, from 5pm to 8pm and an all day showing from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, March 7th. From http://tlaq.com/event/detail/id/32

Geoffrey Roth Video by Sedona.tv

Sedona Geoffrey Roth Jewelry Sedona WatchworksThe most popular videos are here

Sedona Sounds comes to Stakes & Sticks Thursday Nights
Located in Los Abrigados Resort & Spa at 160 Portal Lane adjacent to Tlaquepaque.
Learn more about Stakes & Sticks on their video web page on Sedona.tv here.

Come get the karaoke groove on at Shef’s Bar in Stakes & Sticks Sports Bar and Celebrity Grill Thursdays from 9 p.m. until midnight. Every Thursday, Shef’s Bar in Stakes & Sticks transforms from sports bar gaming venue to the forum for falsettos, the stage for sopranos, the arena for altos, the tavern for tenors and the best bar for bass. People throug
hout Sedona and the Verde Valley have been requesting DJ Bobby Russell’s “you name it, I’ve got it” catalog of music, anxious to croon, cry or cackle their way through all types of genre, all types of songs. Now, as Russell hands over the microphone and Shef’s Bar becomes Shef’s Studio, people can become the stars they’ve dreamt of being.
From http://www.ilxresorts.com/

Fore more information on the events and businesses featured here, come explore the first-ever online video portal to Sedona & Northern Arizona http://www.sedona.tv/ . This ground-breaking new website features over 100 exciting and informative videos on everything to see & do in Sedona from Sedona lodging and restaurants to galleries, tours & activities.

Sedona Int'l Film Fest – "Ones to Watch" – Pt I

It’s Film Fest time and the hardest part of making it through this “grueling” week of non-stop films is picking the right films to watch.

Decisions, decisions! If only we could see them all!

As an FYI, films in the prime evening slots around 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. are usually the “must-sees” on the Film Fest Director and Screeners’ lists. They are also usually the first to sell out so if you want to see one, go to http://www.sedonafilmfestival.com/ and get your tickets now.

For those who like a well-rounded meal of film “soulfood” a healthy mix of daytime and evening films might satisfy your cravings. We’ve combined a list of film descriptions and trailers to help you decide which of the films will make your must-see list.

Don’t forget to take time to come up for air in between films – for a list of things to see & do between films scroll down to the next post. Also, if you’re in Sedona this week, be sure to tune into RED ROCK TV CHANNEL 16 anytime day or night for our Virtual Tour of What to See & Do in Sedona! Or visit www.sedona.tv to view our online video portal to Sedona with over 100 videos.

New York Lately
Harkins 5 Saturday, February 28, 2009 – 7:30 PM

The movie trailer for New York Lately hints at a complex intertwining of relationships and the ever present pursuit of happiness. See for yourself!

New York Lately is a feature film drama following multiple characters as they weave through their daily lives struggling to find happiness. However, happiness to each of them is defined differently. The effect is a sprawling mosaic of New york City and its everyday people, living everday lives.

Buddha’s Lost Children
Harkins 6 Saturday, February 28, 2009 – 11:35 AM

The movie trailer on YouTube has been viewed worldwide over 27,000 times – that’s gotta say somethin’!

Buddha’s Lost Children covers a year in the life of a small roving monastic community in northern Thailand. The film is more than just a portrait of a monk and his novices, touching on larger, more universal themes. One particular goal was to explore the nature of compassion, and what it actually means. The film is also a ‘coming of age’ story, and looks to capture the struggle of youth coming to knowledge of itself.

Lord, Save Us From Your Followers
Sedona Red Rock H.S. Saturday, February 28, 2009 – 8:00 PM

Though nine out of ten Americans claim a belief in God, public expression of faith is more contentious than ever. Even as discussion of religion floods the media like never before, the rhetoric is divisive and hyper. Lord, Save Us From Your Followers is an energetic, accessible documentary that explores the collision of faith and culture in America. In the tradition of “entertaining documentaries” like Super Size Me, Bowling For Columbine and What the Bleep Do We Know?, Lord, Save Us From Your Followers, employs the language of pop culture to create a provocative, funny and redemptive viewing experience.

The Garden
Harkins 1 Tuesday, February 24, 2009 – 3:15 PM
Nominated for an Academy Award® for “Best Documentary, Features”

From the ashes of the Los Angeles riots arose a lush, 14-acre community garden, the largest of its kind in the United States. South Central Farmers have created a miracle in one of the country’s most blighted neighborhoods. Growing their own food. Feeding their families. Creating a community. Now bulldozers threaten its future. The Garden is an unflinching look at the struggle between these urban farmers and the City of Los Angeles and a powerful developer who want to evict them and build warehouses.

We’ll keep you up to date this week on more films that are the “ones to watch”! Check back often!

Remember, enjoy the show and Sedona, too!

ANNOUNCING: The all-new www.Sedona.tv !!!!!

The RED ROCK TV16 Team is excited to announce the launch of the all-new www.Sedona.tv!
Click on the link RIGHT NOW to explore Sedona’s most innovative new website!

The new Sedona.tv is a ground-breaking video portal to Sedona featuring over 100 informative videos about staying and living in Sedona & other Northern Arizona destinations like the Grand Canyon, Prescott, Flagstaff and the Verde Valley.

Sedona.tv is an Online Video Portal…
Its like a YouTube for Sedona and Northern Arizona with over videos in every category. Learn all about Sedona lodging, restaurants, tours & activites, wines & wineries, shops & plazas, spirituality, galleries & artists, the Grand Canyon, Verde Valley and so much more.

And its not just about Sedona – you can plan your trip to the entire Verde Valley through http://www.sedona.tv/ . Here’s one of our videos on the Verde Valley – check it out!