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Sedona Pumpkin Patch at Sedona United Methodist Church

Beginning Saturday, October 3rd, 2020, the Pumpkin Patch will be in full swing at the Sedona United Methodist Church! Open everyday 12pm until 6pm and Saturdays, open 10am until 6pm through Halloween. All shapes and sizes are for sale, some unusual looking ones, too. Come out and support the Young Life Sedona Campership Program. [...]

Sedona Pumpkin Patch at Sedona United Methodist Church2020-10-13T23:54:15+00:00

Most Sedona Businesses are Open after COVID-19 Closures

Most of Sedona's businesses have reopened, Arizona State Governor Doug Ducey recently announced.  Governor Ducey is still limiting public gatherings to less than 50 people.   As for Sedona's bars, gyms and movie theaters, these businesses have reopened with COVID-19 protocols in place.   Just a reminder that the Sedona mayor has also issued a face mask [...]

Most Sedona Businesses are Open after COVID-19 Closures2020-10-13T23:48:42+00:00

Flamenco in the Courtyard at Tlaquepaque through October

Enjoy Flamenco in the Courtyard every Sunday through Tuesday evenings in the Patio de Las Campanas presented by El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano.  Master guitarist Gaetano and friends perform at 5:30pm until 7:30pm.  The concerts are at Tlaquepaque, 336 SR 179 in Sedona.  Free admission. Sundays through Tuesdays September through October 20, 2020

Flamenco in the Courtyard at Tlaquepaque through October2020-09-11T18:41:11+00:00

Need a Red Rock Pass? Here’s a List of Vending Locations

Where are the Red Rock Pass Vending Machines? When you go for a hike in Sedona and park your vehicle at a trailhead parking area, you will most likely need a Red Rock Pass.  If you are unsure if you need one, check out our article about the Red Rock Pass program and how [...]

Need a Red Rock Pass? Here’s a List of Vending Locations2020-07-19T01:09:40+00:00

Best Ice Cream and Gelato in Sedona Arizona

You need some ice cream and you need it now.  When you are visiting Sedona and you need a sweet treat, ice cream is the answer.  Or maybe gelato is the answer.   There are a few ice cream and gelato shops in Sedona and here's a list of the ones we think are worth [...]

Best Ice Cream and Gelato in Sedona Arizona2020-10-13T22:31:15+00:00

Restrooms in Uptown Sedona – A Million Dollar Question

Time to go.  So you've found your way to Uptown Sedona.  You've fought traffic and found parking.  Now you are off to do some shopping in Sedona's best shopping district.  First thing, time to find the restroom.  Most Sedona restaurants and jeep operators in Uptown have their own restrooms, but are meant for customers only.  [...]

Restrooms in Uptown Sedona – A Million Dollar Question2020-07-14T18:00:38+00:00

Best Sunsets in Sedona

Anywhere in Sedona is bound to have a beautiful sunset.  These are some of our favorite places to catch the best sunset. The most popular location for a sunset is at the Sedona Airport Mesa.  The overlook draws big crowds and you'll have to pay to park.  If you don't mind a little uphill hike, [...]

Best Sunsets in Sedona2020-07-11T18:05:59+00:00

Best Free Things to do in Sedona Arizona

Some of the best things to do in Sedona are free.  As you probably noticed, Sedona is a very expensive place to visit.  Save some cash with our list of the top three things you can do in Sedona that are completely free. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is free to visit for everyone.  [...]

Best Free Things to do in Sedona Arizona2020-07-11T18:14:01+00:00

Arizona Governor Closes Some Businesses in Sedona through July 27, 2020

UPDATED: Extended Indefinitely Arizona state Governor Doug Ducey has issued a new mandate closing all bars, indoor gyms, indoor movie theaters, water parks and tubing through July 27, 2020 due to the upswing of COVID-19.  Governor Ducey also limits public gatherings to less than 50 people.   As for Sedona's bars, most will remain open that [...]

Arizona Governor Closes Some Businesses in Sedona through July 27, 20202020-08-01T00:24:12+00:00

Celebrate 4th of July in Sedona 2020

The City of Sedona has cancelled most of their 4th of July 2020 events this year due to COVID-19.  Sedona's main event is the 4th of July Wet Fest which is held at the community swimming pool. Hundreds of people usually attend to swim, eat hotdogs and celebrate the holiday, but this year it is [...]

Celebrate 4th of July in Sedona 20202020-06-26T19:04:26+00:00

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