Visitors enjoyed the Hopi Winter Solstice and the Apache Social Dance on the Winter Solstice at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village in Sedona, Arizona. The dances convey rich historical, spiritual and social significance.
Sedona feature stories include informative as well as entertaining pieces on life in Sedona, Arizona.
Near the banks of fabled Oak Creek, not far from busy uptown Sedona, Arizona, and not far off the highway by car or by foot, one faces a deluge of beauty that at once arouses the senses and surprises anyone who has been deprived of beauty for far too long.
Native American culture and history play an immediately present and dynamic role in the life of northern and central Arizona. Visit amazing ancient sites attributed to the Sinagua people, and learn more about the modern day Hopi, Navajo, Yavapai, and Apache of Arizona's Verde Valley.
Sedona, Arizona is a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community with signs posted at entrances to the City of Sedona to let residents and tourists know about this designation.
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