What to do in Sedona in March
If you’re in Sedona for the first weekend of March, you may still catch a movie or two at The Sedona Film Festival, before it ends on March 4.
Or, if you’re more into sports than the silver screen, The Mountain Bike Festival runs from March 2-4.
Sedona will celebrate Spring, and Easter, on March 31 from 9 am to 2 pm! This is great fun for kids. They’ll get to meet the Easter bunny and go on an egg hunt! There will be inflatable toys, face painting, carnival rides and much more are included with the $5 admission fee for the youth attendees.
sEDONA NORTHERN LIGHTS
Celebrating Sedona's Beauty, Art Scene and Dark Skies
Celebrate Sedona's beauty, art scene, dark skies and stunning landscapes with the largest 3D mapping project ever done on a natural canvas.
Starting Thursday, December 14th through Sunday, December 17th, don’t miss this once in a lifetime chance to see this spectacular light event and celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Sedona Arts Center!
The shows are at the top of each hour between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
Where: The Art Show is projected on Camelhead Rock (next to Snoopy Rock). The light shows can be seen from numerous spots throughout the Uptown and Gallery Row areas. Look for designated Viewing Areas for the best vantage points. Other public areas include the sidewalk just below the intersection of SR 89A and Forest Road in Uptown or on the upper level behind the Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center.
Listen: You can tune to KYBC 96.3FM and AM1600 on a radio for music to accompany the light show! Music will be heard at identified viewing areas. (Not available via live streaming on a smart phone application due to time delay.)
Click here for all the detailed information!
The holiday season is a special time here in Sedona!
There are many holiday traditions throughout the month of December to enjoy with family and friends.One of the most special holiday traditions in Sedona is The Festival of Lights. It is the Lighting of 6,000 luminarias on Saturday, December 9, 2017, from 3:00-8:00 p.m. This one-day event is a cherished tradition which involves visitors and locals to help light six thousand luminarias in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways at 5:00 p.m. Entertainment abounds with carolers, choirs, and musicians. There are specially designated luminarias honoring cancer survivors which can be purchased as well.
Another Sedona tradition at Tlaquepaque is the Holiday Sweet Stroll – On Saturday, December 16, 2017, from 3:00-7:00 p.m., discover unique gifts and strolling carolers at the Holiday Sweet Stroll. The retailers will open their doors till 7:00 p.m. and celebrate the holidays with sweet treats, special give-a-ways, and discount offers. Featuring some of the best boutiques, galleries, and restaurants in Sedona, you are sure to find some special presents for those on your gift list.
This is but a taste of what Sedona offers throughout the holiday season. To see a calendar of all the events happening in our community Click here.
We here at Remax Sedona again want to express our gratitude for your continued confidence and support as your trusted Real Estate Professionals. We wish you and your friends and family a very happy, healthy and safe holiday season.
Sedona, Arizona Visitor & Resident Information
"For many of us [who] call Sedona home, distance can be measured in "miles from the Red Rocks". "These canyons, cliffs, and the marvelous terrain make us aware that the rest of the world is out there however it's always at a distance measured by our time away from Sedona. It's not to say that we view Sedona as the center of the Universe, but rather it is the center of our Universe and we carry it with us in our travels." ~Hidden Arizona
City of Sedona