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on the Colorado Plateau

Flagstaff AZ (October 11, 2013) – The Museum of Northern Arizona today announced its lineup of 2014 festivals of arts and culture. Festivals are designed to enhance the public’s love and responsibility for cultures living on the Colorado Plateau. These events are packed with artist booths, music, dance, demonstrations and insightful cultural programming.

The Museum of Northern Arizona is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at 3101 N. Fort Valley Road in Flagstaff. Details at Read More→

logo_SIFFFeaturing award-winning Lucille Ball impressionist Suzanne LaRusch

Sedona AZ (October 11, 2013) – The outrageous comedy “What Would Lucy Do?” comes to Sedona when it is performed live, onstage by award-winning Lucille Ball impressionist Suzanne LaRusch, who is currently playing to sold-out shows around the country. This live theatrical event — the ultimate Lucille Ball tribute show — will be presented by the Sedona International Film Festival at its Mary D. Fisher Theatre. There will be four performances Oct. 17-20.

Suzanne LaRusch is a Hollywood-based actress-impressionist who recreates the magic of the world’s most beloved comedienne, Lucille Ball. Read More→

City of Sedona ArizonaSedona AZ (October 11, 2013) – On Tuesday, October 8, 2013, the September City of Sedona “I Caught You Caring” award was presented to Nancy Wilson, Human Resources Specialist. This program is for staff and volunteers who provide exceptional customer service and go “above and beyond the call of duty.” Read More→

Categories : City of Sedona

Letter to the Editor: Budget Override

Friday, October 11th, 2013

By Henry Twombly, Sedona Resident
(October 11, 2013) 

logo_lettereditorI write because I oppose the Budget Override. As a former teacher, I support education, especially when the monies go towards teachers’ salaries and academic supplies. I support it now with 27% of my taxes going to the School District. I don’t support the apparent mismanagement of funds, when none of the $73-million bond was designed and allocated for operating expenses as well. The bond turned out to be a boondoggle for taxpayers and a windfall for the construction industry; it did nothing for the quality of education. Read More→

logo_sedonapleinairfestivalSedona AZ (October 11, 2013) – This fall, immerse yourself in the world of art at the 9th Annual Sedona Plein Air Festival presented by the Sedona Arts Center. For seven days artists, art patrons, art collectors and art lovers will want to be present to participate in these exciting daily activities and events! This year’s new and exciting additions include a Native American Legacy Series with a pit-firing soiree, a tour at Montezuma’s Well, a courtyard exhibition at Mary D. Fisher Theatre courtyard and a talk with Tony Abeyta on “Ancient Questions and the New Face of Native American Painting.” Join us for this exciting weeklong adventure into art while the air is crisp, the evenings are cool and the October night sky is clear and expansive. Read More→

logo_verdevalleycaregiversHelp older adults stay in their homes

Sedona AZ (October 11, 2013) – Tickets are still available for Verde Valley Caregivers Second Annual Fundraiser: Art. Wine. Dine. on the Rocks ™ to be held on Thursday, Oct. 17, 5 to 9 p.m. in the Hilton Sedona Canyon Ballroom, in the main hotel building, at 90 Ridge Trail Drive. The gala features a wine tasting reception featuring wines by Alcantara and Javelina Leap, appetizers by Chef de Cuisine Lisa Dahl of Cucina Rustica, an elegant dinner, music by Flamenco guitarist and singer, Gaetano, and silent and live auctions. Read More→