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See our latest articles and news about people and places in Sedona, Arizona.  Stories range from what's new and upcoming events to stories about Sedona and information about the area.

Festival of Lights - luminaria lighting and children meeting with Santa

Lighting 6,000 Luminarias at 44th Annual Festival of Lights in Tlaquepaque, Sedona Arizona

In addition to the magical moment when 6,000 luminarias are lit and glow in unison at dusk, the day at Tlaquepaque holds non-stop family fun, with live musical entertainment. Favorite holiday fare includes high-energy Latin beats with a seasonal theme, fusion flute renditions, enchanting violin, gypsy jazz and swing, an over-the-top Vaudevillian musical and dance act—and the topper and crowd favorite, the thunderous Phoenix-based Tabernacle Choir that gives its all with energy and passion!  In addition, every fine gallery and specialty boutique will also be welcoming you for special holiday shopping.

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A Southwest Holiday Comes to Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona Arizona

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, Arizona opens “Southwest Holiday” to showcase gift ideas from Native American and Southwest artists.

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Leaf Crown Angel by Elizabeth Frank

New Holiday Gift Exhibition Opening at Lanning Gallery in Sedona Arizona

Lanning Gallery, an acclaimed fine art gallery in Sedona, Arizona opens their annual Holiday Gift Show with special giving ideas especially for art lovers.

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Sheep at Briar Patch Inn, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona Arizona

Where Even The Sheep Have it Made - Reflections by Sedona Author Jim Bishop

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.

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