Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona opens the new exhibition, “Mariann Leahy Clay Art: Ancient Motifs, Contemporary Style,” and welcomes the artist to an opening reception on 1st Friday, September 2nd, 5-8 pm.
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Nestled on the western end of Sedona’s city limits is a stretch of land straddling State Route 89A from just west of Sedona Red Rock High School and stretching east just beyond the Sedona Medical Center. This area is a critical component of Sedona’s future, and how it develops will play a major role in defining its destiny.
Visitors winding their way from Interstate 17 along Arizona State Route 179 towards Sedona are treated to one of the more incredible scenic drives in America. Many will claim that the natural beauty along this winding road is unparalleled anywhere else in the nation. But behind all of the rolling green landscape and majestic red rocks is a story that most folks are not aware of. It’s a story about the debate and controversy surrounding the construction of this road, and a story about a community not accepting a state agency’s efficient road design geared towards the efficient movement of traffic at the perceived expense of the pristine and fragile environment.
Slide Rock State Park on Oak Creek is a long-time favorite swimming hole with glassy green pools, rock chutes, and red rock beaches. Slide Rock State Park is one of the few original homesteads in Oak Creek Canyon and the surrounding area that remains intact.
El Portal, a top pet friendly Sedona hotel, is sponsoring a pet photo contest entitled Cutest Pet Ever Contest 2016 with a Sedona vacation getaway to the winners!
Sedona is home to several species of rattlenakes, including the black-tailed rattlesnake, the prairie rattlesnake, the diamondback rattlesnake, and the Mojave rattlesnake. These snakes fill a purposeful niche by keeping rodent populations under control. They also strive to avoid humans and warn those coming too close. Find out how to be safe in Sedona while hiking in places inhabited by these beautiful but dangerous creatures.
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