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Lots to See and Do in Sedona in October

Fall is the season of change. Changing leaves, changing weather and changing lives as kids go back to school and we gear up for the holidays. Fall is that great part of the year between the heat of summer and the cold of winter. Crisp air, changing colors and the promise of change. Some people use the time like squirrels to store up for the winter and prepare for hibernation. However this is not the case in Sedona! Fall is as busy a time as ever and is jammed packed with exciting and interesting things to do. No time to rest on your laurels here. Just take a look at this long list of all the local happenings: First we have to talk about the gorgeous colors fall brings in the Verde Valley. It is truly magical! The peek time…

High Adventure in Sedona – the Mogollon Rim Run Extreme

When someone goes on vacation they usually go high adventure or chill. If you are someone who wants to go high adventure while you are visiting Sedona, then you will love the Mongollon Rim Run Extreme offered by Safari Jeep Tours. This is one of many tour choices offered by Safari Jeep Tours and is…

Airport Vortex

Have you ever experienced a vortex? You may have but didn’t realize that is what it was. Some vortexes can be seen in everyday life such as a whirlpool in a river, a dust devil or even water going down your bathtub drain. So basically a vortex is a spiraling motion of air or liquid…

Sedona Restaurant Week

The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau is pleased to announce Sedona Restaurant Week! This event gives local foodies and visitors the chance to experience a selection of specially priced meals from a wide variety of Sedona’s restaurants. Guests will enjoy three-course, prix-fixe dinner menus including an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Three dining categories…

First Friday Gallery Tours

Like many cities and towns in the country, Sedona offers a First Friday where art lovers can see local art exhibitions and enjoy the community. However, like most things Sedona has to offer, their First Friday events are a step above the rest. On the first Friday of each month, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm,…

Sedona Fall Colors

There is no doubt that autumn brings many changes and each of those changes has its own special purpose and beauty. Many places in the United States have beautiful leaf turning seasons but, and you can feel free to call me biased, there is no other place like Sedona and the Verde Valley for peeping…

11th Annual Sedona Plein Air Festival & Sedona Main Street Paint Out

Coming up October 17–24 is one of the most exciting weeks of the year in Sedona. For one whole week the Sedona Arts Center will be hosting a fabulous celebration of Sedona’s beauty in all her glory as experienced through the eyes and paint brushes of 22 or the hippest, most talented painters in the…

Sedona Winefest

Hey all you wine lovers who also love our Safari Jeep Tours! Maybe with all the high adventure you will experience on our jeep tour you will need a glass of wine or two to relax after we get back to base. If that is the case then we recommend you head on over to the 7th Annual Sedona Winefest September 26th and 27th after you take one of our tours! To get a clear picture of that the Sedona Winefest is you need to imagine a generous mix of Arizona wineries, toss in some tasty Sedona cuisine, hip music, a multitude of vendors , mini seminars on all things wine, blend in exciting raffle prizes, Art Exhibits, and breathtaking views. Now put that all together and you will get a small glimpse of the Sedona Winefest 2015, which has…

Thunder Valley Rally

Attention all adventure seekers: you already know that Safari Jeep Tours offers the best in Sedona area adventure tours right? I mean we take you through canyons, ghost towns, old mines and more in a jeep specially designed for handling the bumps that come with high adventure. Our guides are not only knowledgeable about the…

Fiesta del Tlaquepaque

If you are around on September 12th and looking for something different to do after you take your adventurous Safari Jeep Tour, I seriously think you should head over to the Fiesta del Tlaquepaque happening at the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village 336 State Route 179 in Sedona. Fiesta del Tlaquepaque or the celebration of Mexican Independence Day is a festival packed with everything you can imagine to celebrate the Mexican culture. This 43rd Annual Fiesta del Tlaquepaque is the continuation of a long tradition of tantalizing local cuisine, music, dance and entertainment. Come soak up local culture and see the arts and craft exhibits that offer a small glimpse into the traditional and present artistry of Mexico. Young and old alike will love seeing the plazas, patios and streets of Tlaquepaque awash in festive colors as the music plays…

Here’s What’s Happening in September in Sedona

Before we know it, it will be time to welcome September and see what Fall has in store in Sedona/Cottonwood. You will not be disappointed. Start off September with the Jerome Art Walk on September 5 from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm. This celebration of art includes twenty-five galleries and studios. Lose yourself in the art, music and refreshments. This is a free event has quickly become a Verde Valley favorite. Don’t worry about transportation because there is a shuttle that will transport you from the artist filled Old Jerome High School, up to the center of town with The Lincoln Gallery, Made in Jerome Pottery and The Adorn Collection across from The Legendary Haunted Hamburger. September will just be getting started when the 12th brings Mexican Independence Day or “Fiesta del Tlaquepaque.” From 10:00 am – 5:00 pm at the Tlaquepaque Arts…

Experience Sedona’s Vortexes!

The famous Sedona Vortexes (or “vortices”) have defied explanation for years, but one thing remains constant: people from all over the world have extraordinary and enlightening experiences here. Since 1981, when medium Page Bryant identified these power grid sites, people have traveled from all over the world to “feel” the Sedona vortexes for themselves. Journey…

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