Food, fun and games abound at West Sedona School this weekend.
It will host its annual fundraising Wildcat Carnival Saturday, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school, 570 Posse Ground Road.
It’s all about the beer, bratwurst and bands.
The Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks is hosting its fifth annual Red Rocks Oktoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Posse Grounds Park. The event features traditional German celebration including area brewers showcasing their finest beers.
Click here to read a press release from the U.S. Forest Service, Coconino National Forest.
Imagine Sedona’s Community Plan but on steroids.
That would be the Coconino National Forest’s updated Land and Resource Management Plan — all 3,000 pages of it. The plan, which has been in the works for the past decade, was last updated in 1987 and is the guide the U.S. Forest Service uses to manage the natural and cultural resources offered throughout the 2 million acres of public lands within the Coconino National Forest.
Click here to read a release from U.S. Forest Service about upcoming prescribed burns.
There’s plans to add another hotel in Sedona but this one has a bit of a twist. Developers of the proposed Marriott Residence Inn met with the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday, Oct. 12, for a work session.
No vote was taken and no date has been set for a public hearing, at which time the community can weigh in. The commission is expected to vote at that time.
In a way it was a case of he said, she said … he said, he said.
During the first and only debate, the two sides representing the Sedona Fire District’s proposed $17.9 million bond met in an open forum to discuss whether or not voters should approve the measure.
This is a mail in process with registered voters required to mail or drop off their ballots no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
For Sedona-based National Geographic photographer Martin Gray, his wanderlust began when he was still just a twinkle in his father’s eye.
“My father was a diplomat,” Gray said. “My parents met and were married in China. They both loved to travel.”
When it comes to volunteering, a little can go a long way — but a lot goes even further. Katie Chorlton, who spends hours every week volunteering as the president of Big Park Community School’s Parent Teacher Student Association, said she gives because she’s passionate about the community.
For her work, Chorlton received the Volunteer of the Year award from the Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona.
The adage “don’t judge a book by its cover” is especially fitting when applied, as the metaphor implies, to a person.
The Sedona Public Library hosted 27 human “books” for people to check out and listen to their stories, in honor of the International Day of Peace Thursday, Sept. 21. These 27 people shared their stories of marginalization, as well as their perspectives on misunderstood or little-known topics.