Events In Sedona, Arizona in November 2016
Author: Antoniya Zorluer
| October 15, 2016
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If you don’t like crowds, and you’re not afraid of wearing a jacket on your holidays, November is a great time to visit Sedona!
While the weather might not be on your side and fit for all-day explorations, there’s still plenty to do in Sedona in November 2016.
Here are just a few of the choices:
Nov 1 – Nov 30, 2016
Nov 4, 2016
Honshin Fine Art presents “Discovering a Sense of Peace.” This exhibit explores the peace found in natures heart and oneness of all things as expressed through art. Opening Reception Friday November 4th from 5-8pm during the Sedona Gallery Association Gallery Tour. Enjoy Wine, special treats and a lively discussion about oneness and interdependence of all through the merging of art, science and nature at 7:30pm.
Nov 4, 2016
Develop your Intuition and increase your mediumship and psychic abilities in this Intuitive Development Weekend Workshop Intensive. Topics include: Who your Spirit Guides are, their roles, and how to communicate with them; Find, Explore, & Develop your unique way of Spirit Communication; Develop Clairvoyance, Clairaudience, Clairsentience, Claircognizance; Introduction to Mediumship / Loved Ones in Spirit; Group Exercises, Seeing Auras, Empathic Abilities Management, Meditations & more!
Nov 5, 2016
Red Rock State Park will be celebrating 25 years as part of Arizona State Parks on November 5th. There will be location environmentally themed information and vendor booths, a food truck, activities for kids, live birds of prey, live music, and lots more. More detailed information about booths and activities at the event will be available in October. So save the date and plan to join them for a fun day!
Nov 20, 2016
Sunday Lecture Series: Thinking About Global Warming in Arizona
Dr. Matthew Goodwin
Red Rock State Park is pleased to present Thinking About Global Warming in Arizona with Dr. Matthew Goodwin. What is known or unknown about global warming? What are the levels of certainty and uncertainty in the science? How do we identify good and bad information about global warming? In this lecture Dr. Matthew Goodwin will talk about how philosophy can help us think about global warming. Seating is limited so call the park to reserve your spot (928.282.6907).
I’ll be happy to give you information on additional fun things Heather and I love to do around here. We can also share which are my favorite restaurants and which places are worth your time.
Looking forward to your visit,
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