February 2017 Events In Sedona, Arizona
Author: Antoniya Zorluer
| January 25, 2017
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Welcome to our Sedona Events in February 2017 page!
Below you’ll find the noteworthy activities in Sedona for February 2017 with links to the event page or the hosting organization’s website. Explore the events and we truly hope that you find something you’ll enjoy!
See you in Sedona Suites,
Ken & Heather.
Ray Maor is on a world tour and will be coming to the USA. He is one of four guides in the world that teaches this unique, leading edge Breatharian lifestyle. As the founder of the 10 Day Process, he is passionate about teaching this powerful technique and making it simple and accessible for all who are interested. Ray will be giving us a 2 hour lecture about his own deep experience from living on Prana as a Breatharian.
Mountain Trails Gallery in Sedona invites you to experience their exhibit “For the Love of Color”! Featuring the intricate and colorful patinas of bronze in the spirited sculptures of Jason Napier, Susan Kliewer, David Lemon, Michael Trcic, and Bryce Pettit from Native American history to wildlife; also the colorful and enlivened paintings of Andrew Bolam, Troy Collins, Terry Cooke Hall, Amy Lay, Marcia Molnar, Donna Howell-Sickles, and more of Southwestern historical icons and culture, landscapes, wildlife, cowboys, cowgirls, and the Grand Canyon.
The 12th Annual Sedona Marathon Event will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2017. The Sedona Marathon Event will feature four distances sure to take your breath away: 5K, 10K, Half, and Full Marathon. This scenic race attracts athletes from around the globe to enjoy Sedona’s red rocks up close and personal. “If the scenery doesn’t take your breath away, the hills will!”
Red Rose Inspiration for Animals Sedona Arts & Crafts Show
During your visit to Sedona, Arizona this weekend make sure to check out the Red Rose Inspiration for Animals arts and crafts show, a great place to find one of a kind pieces to take home with you! By attending this event not only do you help support an organization that excels at saving the lives of many wonderful and loving animals, but you also get a chance to see the creations of talented local artists and craftsmen that participate in the show. This event takes place at the parking lot of Redrock Precision Motors.
February 11th, 12th and 14th:
This delectable affair is one of the most popular Verde Canyon Railroad events. It blends the rich flavors of everything sweet with magnificent vistas of raw, unspoiled nature. the confectionery celebration fills each car with intoxicating scents and tasty chocolate pastries, cakes and luscious hand-dipped delicacies. Fruit, pretzels and marshmallows are ready to be dunked into free-flowing chocolate fountains. Share these mouthwatering desserts while enjoying the delicious scenery of the Verde Canyon viewed from the comfort of a train.
Three-time Grammy Award-winner Bruce Hornsby will open the 2017 Sedona International Film Festival with a performance with his band The Noisemakers at the Sedona Performing Arts Center. Hornsby’s work displays a creative iconoclasm that’s been a constant in the artist’s three-decade recording career. His commercial stock soared early on, when “The Way It Is”, the title track of his 1986 debut album, became one of the most popular songs on American radio. VIP tickets for the best seats at SPAC and a backstage meet-and-greet with Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers before the concert are $100. Only 50 VIP tickets will be sold. Please note: No phone orders will be taken because all ticket buyers must select their seats at the time of purchase. All concertgoers must have a ticket for entry.
We are your ticket to the hottest show in town … the GREATEST celebration of the BEST in independent film from around the world: February 18-26, 2017. From features to shorts, documentaries to animation and foreign films to student films, you will be treated to a cinephile’s dream – NINE DAYS and more than 160 films! Where Movies Rock!
Red Rock State Park has been a destination for Native Americans for several millennia. Most of the ancient features found in the park are from the Sinagua culture dating about 1100 to 1425 AD. Come and hear the fascinating story of the pre-Columbian people who lived and traveled in the park! The hike will identify the various archaeological features and interpret them into the wider context of important regional Sinagua sites. Explore ideas of other cultures that may likely have made use of the park’s resources. The hike will last about two hours, with an elevation gain of some 250 feet, along easy trails. Please bring water and wear suitable footwear.
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