May Events In Sedona – Visiting Sedona In May?

Author: Antoniya Zorluer
| April 9, 2016
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Visiting Sedona in May?

Here are a few hand-picked May events in Sedona:

May 1:

Live Music & Dining: Guitar Artistry by Rick Cyge – Do You Love Guitar Music? The exceptional Rick Cyge shares his unique fingerstyle “Guitartistry” and weaves the perfect tapestry of arrangements of music from greats like Simon & Garfunkel, Sting, Norah Jones, James Taylor, CSN, Clapton and The Eagles also includes Baby Boomer Classics, folk, pop, Motown and a nearly endless selection of Beatles music.

May 1, 8 and 15:

Guided Meditation at The McLean Meditation Institute With Sarah McLean & expert meditation mentors – During the 45-minute program, simple meditation guidance is given–each week a different meditation is offered including Loving Kindness Meditation, Mindfulness, Visualization, Breath Awareness, or Gratitude Meditation. No experience is needed. Walk ins are welcome, though you must arrive on time to participate and be 13 or older.

May 1 – 3:

Village Flamenco Music in the Courtyard at El Rincon – El Rincon celebrates “Flamenco Music in the Courtyard” featuring guitarist, Gaetano and friends. Gaetano will play the Spanish Guitar in the courtyard in front of El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano in Tlaquepaque. Enjoy tapas and your favorite beverage from El Rincon’s Patio Bar. Gaetano plays every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday for the summer months, weather permitting.

May 3:

An Evening with Jennifer Nettles – Join Jennifer Nettles, lead vocalist for the duo Sugarland, has become one of the most popular singer-songwriters today. Sugarland has sold over 22 million (albums and singles) and earned eight No. 1 singles and numerous awards including trophies from the Grammys, AMAs, ACM Awards, CMT Music Awards and CMA Awards.

May 5:

Author Reading and Book Signing – Susan Obijiski Dreams of the Exile – In 2011, local author Susan Obijiski published the first of three books in the Legacy of Dreams series. The journey of creation and publication was completed in March of 2016 with the release of the final book. Susan Obijiski will read excerpts from her latest novel, Dreams of the Exile, and sign copies of her books at Ramsey’s Rocks and Minerals. For more information, call 928-204.2075. Free gifts while supplies last!

May 5:

Chakra Color Meditation – Chakra and Meridian Systems – A discussion of the chakra and meridian systems. Recognized for centuries, the chakras are a system of energy centers, which balance physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness. The meridian system originates over 5,000 yrs ago, and is used to treat disease and imbalance in the body, mind and spirit. After this discussion, guests will participate in a thirty-minute Chakra Color Meditation to clear and balance the chakras.

May 6:

NAWBO-SVV Presents 13th Annual Shining Stars Celebration of Entrepreneurial Excellence – 13th Annual Shining Stars Celebration of Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards Luncheon. NAWBO Sedona-Verde Valley honors outstanding women business owners. More than 160 women and men attend this annual function recognizing the contributions of women in the areas of business innovation, customer service, non-profit achievement, philanthropy, and the advancement of humanity.

May 6:

Sedona’s 1st Friday Evening in the Galleries – The Sedona’s First Friday Gallery Tour receptions and exhibits give locals and Sedona visitors the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s art scene and in many cases meeting the artist themselves.

Recommended event

May 7:

Discovering Ayurveda with Radha Schwaller – Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of natural health care. Discover imbalances that might be present and learn to use foods, herbs, and oils to regain balance. Find ways to maximize nourishment and digestion. Ayurveda’s natural approaches enliven the inner intelligences of the body, reduce impurities, and strengthen the body’s natural healing ability.

May 7:

Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Tlaquepaque – Immerse yourself in a colorful Fiesta saluting a rich heritage at Tlaquepaque. Enjoy the festivities while cheering and whistling to the music of mariachi musicians, clapping to the steps of Folklorico dancers and savoring traditional Mexican food. Stop in and be a judge at the Great Sedona Chili Cook- Off. This is a can’t miss family fun event!

Recommended event

May 7:

Sedona Arts & Crafts Show Red Rose Inspiration for Animals – During your visit to Sedona 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.

May 8 and 15 -17:

Flamenco Music in the Courtyard at El Rincon – El Rincon celebrates “Flamenco Music in the Courtyard” featuring master guitarist, Gaetano and friends. Flamenco music performances are inspired from Spain and Mexico. Gaetano will play the Spanish Guitar in the courtyard in front of El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano in Tlaquepaque. Enjoy tapas and your favorite beverage from El Rincon’s Patio Bar. Gaetano plays every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday for the summer months, weather permitting.

May 14:

Meditation Coaching with Sarah McLean – Call in and ask any questions you have and receive personal meditation coaching.

May 16:

Women, Wisdom & Wine – A Mentoring Circle on Self Care A Body of Work for Businesswomen – Let’s talk about the importance of extreme self care as it relates to our overall physical, mental, and emotional bodies. Learning how to intuit what specific routines, treatments, and modalities we are needing, how often, and how to create a personalized self care plan, will be our focus in this mentoring circle. Increased energy, mindfulness and greater self esteem will be the benefits waiting for us, as we explore this fun and empowering topic leading us toward greater self care.

May 21:

Meditation & Mindfulness Class with Joy Nanda – The Simple, Easy, Every Day™ (SEED) meditation method makes meditation and mindfulness accessible to everyone. It is a perfect method for anyone, even beginners. You’ll discover the essentials of a successful meditation and the many benefits that will unfold for you when you learn to meditate. These practices are truly the only ones you’ll ever need for the rest of your life.

May 27:

Sedona Community Farmers Market – The Sedona Community Farmer’s Market at the beautiful Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village offers some of the best nutritious eats in town! Come and enjoy the Sedona community Farmers Market in the creek-side parking lot of Tlaquepaque! Meet the local grower & taste the local flavor! Farm fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, grass fed beef, goat products, tamales, breads and pastries, gluten free, vegan, hand-made chocolates, live music and much more!

Sedona can be quite crowded at this time of the year, boiling with life and activities. For me, one of the best things to do in Sedona always remain taking long walks with Buddy, our dog, and enjoying the unmatched scenery.

If you’re the outdoor type, you’ll never be bored in Sedona!

Our suites are almost full for the month of May, but there still might be some openings.

Look at the calendar of availability.

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