Sedona's National Day of the Cowboy will feature cowboy and western dramas, gunfights, comedies, tributes, poetry and demonstrations. Courtesy photos
Sedona will celebrate the National Day of the Cowboy this weekend. The free event begins Friday, July 25, at noon and heads into full swing on Saturday, July 26, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. with some special promotions continuing through Sunday, July 27.
After her standing room only Marketplace Café debut and the successes of her shows following, local singer-songwriter Adalia Tara returns to play two shows, one on Friday, July 25, and the other Saturday, Aug. 2, both from 6 to 9 p.m.
Adam Smith is a natural. Born in Big Stone Gap, Va., raised in Cloverlick, Ky., and discovered on the streets of Nashville, Smith is self-taught and naturally inspired to create his moving, original music.
Sedona Jazz at the Church will feature three gifted musicians at Sunday's 3 p.m. concert at Saint Luke's Church in Sedona: pianist Les Czimber, double bassist Zirque Michael Bonner and percussionist Dom Moio.
The Sedona Heritage Museum presents Michael Peach in two special performances of his original show, "The Facts Keep Gettin' in the Way of the Story" on Saturday, July 26, at 1:30 p.m. and again at 3:30 p.m. These shows are part of Sedona's celebration of National Day of the Cowboy and will be held in Jordan Hall at Wayside Chapel in Uptown.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premieres of the acclaimed new epic drama "Belle" and the award-winning documentary "Life Itself" showing July 25-31 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Disney makes a valiant effort to pay tribute to the men and women who battle wildfires by using its animated Cars/Planes franchise to give kids a hint of the dangerous work in the sequel Planes: Fire & Rescue.
Camp Verde's downtown art gallery is pleased to announce "Cinco Chicopella," a new exhibit featuring the collaborative work of five local Camp Verde artists: Deborah Gallagher, Vada Lovato, Karen Sellers, Gaylene Allen, and Pat Sharp, to be on display now through Sept. 12. "Cinco Chicopella" brings together over 30 paintings, each one completed by at least two artists.
Cornfest 2014 - First celebrated 23 years ago, Cornfest pays homage to the Verde Valley's famous sweet corn, grown at Hauser and Hauser Farms in Camp Verde. Check out this great events as ell as the many others going on this week in the Verde Valley!