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WHAT VISITORS SAY

Creating Your Own Art in Sedona

November 17, 2016. Contributed by Roger Naylor. Sedona frees the creative spirit. That’s an incredible gift. A rare combination of scenic beauty, exquisite climate and welcoming energy draws millions of visitors hungry to sample the rich bounty. Some come for sightseeing, outdoor adventure, quiet contemplation or pampering luxury. Others come because they are called. These […]

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50 Outstanding ways to Experience Arizona

September 23, 2106 This is a great article on Ways to Experience Arizona! Sedona partners have several mentions: 5. Fly in an air balloon with Red Rock Balloon Adventures 11. Shop the outdoor market at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village 12. Test yourself at the Flagstaff Extreme obstacle course 19. Take in the view with […]

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Three Things to Know About the Sedona Art Scene

September 13, 2016 Hailed by USA Today as one of the most beautiful places in America, Sedona continues to dazzle people with its breathtaking natural beauty of red rock canyons and spacious open sky. The intense landscape attracts artists from around the world, who move to the area, open their own studios and make Sedona […]

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“Everyday Peace” Celebrates 35th Anniversary of International Day of Peace in Sedona

September 6, 2016 – Partner blog submission by Goldenstein Gallery This year marks the 35th Anniversary of the International Day of Peace, established in 1981 by the United Nations. Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace.  On September 21, […]

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Ken Rowe Answers the Call of the Wild in Sedona

August 31, 2016 submitted by Rowe Gallery A hush fell over the crowd as the figure of a great horned owl began to take shape in clay under sculptor Ken Rowe’s deft fingers. Nearby, the model, an owl from Runnin’ W Wildlife Center in Cornville, blinked and turned his head to get a better view […]

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Sedona Red Rock Artists Open Studio Tour is October 22-23

August 22, 2016 – Partner blog submission by Open Studio Tours A group of 27 professional artists in Sedona and Cornville are excited to open their private studios and show their latest work during the Sedona Red Rock Artists Open Studio Tour. Visitors can talk with the artists, experience their work-spaces and purchase art, all […]

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Discover Family Fun in Stunning Sedona

August 19, 2016 – Partner blog submission by El Portal Sedona Hotel With its intense natural beauty and world-renowned outdoor activities, Sedona is not always considered a destination for family friendly fun. While it is true that Sedona has plenty to offer adults, Sedona has a plethora of attractions that will appeal to all ages. […]

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Summer Travel

August 17, 2016 By Roger Naylor Now. Right now! It’s the perfect time to visit Sedona. This is the summer sweet spot. Temperatures are just right and days are still long and languid. Kids have gone back to school. Now the grownups get a chance to play. Especially now, during the summer of the 2016 […]

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Goldenstein Gallery Artist Lucius Upshaw’s “Fisherboy” at L’Auberge

August 10, 2016 – Partner blog by Goldenstein Gallery For more than a quarter of a century dining creek side at the renowned L’Auberge de Sedona Resort has been one of Sedona’s long cherished traditions.  Guests, who are charmed by the lush ambiance of families of ducks swimming in the cool water to the stunning […]

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Sedona is Home to America’s First Textable Visitor Center

August 1, 2016 The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau’s Visitor Center is the first in America to offer personalized textable visitor services through text messaging. The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, partnering with Seattle-based Chatbox Inc., recently launched this new addition to its visitor services channels in response to the growing […]

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