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Wildman Phil’s animals entertain

Naturalist and humorist “Wildman” Phil Rakoci visited the Sedona Public Library on Tuesday morning, July 15, for a presentation of wild reptiles and arachnids.

Rakoci had a variety of snakes and lizards, as well as a tarantula and a scorpion, that he showed kids in…

Rovang teaches kids about the fun side of gardening

Part of the Sedona Public Library’s summer programming for kids has been devoted to providing a variety of fun and educational presentations and activities for children, and Wednesday, July 16, will be no different as Alex Rovang presents Kids Garden for Humanity at 11 a.m.…

WSS hires Scott Keller as 2nd principal

Changes will soon be seen at West Sedona School.

During its Monday, July 14, meeting, the Sedona-Oak Creek School District board voted 4-1 to bring in a second principal to the school, which has been struggling academically.…

Performances kick off fire exhibit

Dozens gathered to get the first look at the Slide Fire Story: A Photographic Tribute to Oak Creek Canyon in the special exhibition gallery at the Sedona Arts Center.

The show will run through Sunday, July 20, at SAC, but David Simmer, president of the Rotary Club of Sedona, said hopefully the show will travel to Flagstaff and Phoenix. Rotary Club of Sedona and the Rotary of the Red Rocks — the two local Rotary clubs — organized the show.…

Residents invited to show at Sedona Art Center gallery

Those wondering what it is like having artwork in a gallery will soon have the opportunity to find out.

The Sedona Arts Center is inviting the public to submit art to be displayed in its Fine Art Gallery. The center holds submissions twice a year, once in February and again in July. The deadline to submit art is Thursday, July 31.…

Healthy slice of SCC funds eaten by food

Perhaps the Sedona Community Center should change its name to the “Community Culinary Center.”

It wouldn’t be much of a stretch given that much of the SCC’s spending supports its food programs, according to its most recent tax filing.…

State Route 89A closes to one lane for repairs

The Arizona Department of Transportation will close one lane of State Route 89A through the switchbacks at milepost 389 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, July 14, to complete repairs to roadway damage caused by recent weather events.…

Hall helps kids create faux creature fiction

The Sedona Public Library’s 2014 summer reading program continues through the month of July, and on Tuesday, July 8, children’s author Matthew Henry Hall welcomed children to a writing workshop for kids.
Hall, author of “Phoebe and Chub,” said that the event was his first attempt at such a program, and admitted that he was slightly nervous about what to expect.…

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