Bird Walks - Thru 3/31, 8am: Every Wednesday and Saturday, all birders of all levels can join a naturalist. Bring binoculars. Red Rock State Park, 4050 Lower Red Rock Loop Road. (928) 282-6907.
Winter Farmers Market - Thru 4/15, Sundays, noon-4pm: Locally produced foods and goods, soaps, starter plants, seeds and much more. Relic's Restaurant parking lot, 3235 W. 89A, Sedona. (928) 821-1133.
Antiques & Craft Show - Thru 4/15, Sundays, noon-4pm: Relic's Restaurant inside, 3235 W. 89A, Sedona. (928) 282-1593.
Free Fourth Friday - 3/23, 5-8pm: Visit Fort Verde State Historic Park, Camp Verde Historical Society Museum & Jail, Verde Valley Archaeology Center and the Hance House. Downtown eateries, art gallery exhibit, live music, more. Downtown Camp Verde. (928) 567-9294, www.visitcampverde.com.
Talk & Concert with Thunderbeat - 3/23, 7pm: Gathering in honor of the spring equinox includes multimedia performance and discussion of Mayan prophecy. $20/$25. Sedona Creative Life Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Road, Sedona. (928) 204-0752.
Ballroom Dancing - 3/23, 7-10pm: Enjoy ballroom, Latin and swing dancing. Salsa lesson at 7. $8 with lesson. Elks Lodge, 110 Airport Road, Sedona. Sam: (928) 274-7538.
Ancient Crystal Skull Collection - 3/23, 7pm: Shaman and tour guide David LionFire offers a presentation of 12 of his skulls. View in conjunction with "The Truth on Mayan 2012 Predictions." Sedona Creative Life Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Road, Sedona. (928) 282-9300.
Archaeology Fair and American Indian Art Show - 3/24-3/25, 10am-5pm: The Verde Valley Archaeology Center presents archaeology displays, exhibit, demos and art. Free. Camp Verde Community Center, 395 S. Main St., Camp Verde. (928) 567-0066, www.nafestival.org.
Verde Valley High School Rodeo - 3/24-3/25, 9am: 200 high school and junior high participants from all around Arizona compete in a variety of events. $10/vehicle. Friday night dinner/dance, 6pm. Benefits Camp Verde High School FFA and Camp Verde PALS. Equestrian Center, Verde Valley Fairgrounds, 800 E. Cherry St., Cottonwood. Daria: (928) 567-8019.
Square Dancing - 3/24, 7pm: Cottonwood Roadrunners host a dance including prerounds, alternating mainstream and plus tips, with Dan Dockery calling and Annie Brownrigg cuing. Cottonwood Civic Center, 805 N. Main St. (928) 300-5679.
Equinox with Willkasara - 3/24, 7pm: Celebration of spring with sacred music and prays from the Andes of Peru and special guests. $15. Sedona Creative Life Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Road, Sedona. (928) 300-2625.
Sedona i-Talks - 3/24, 30pm: A program inspired by talks presented at the annual TED conference invites community members to share, in 10 minutes, an idea they believe would improve life. Sedona Public Library, 3250 White Bear Road. Scott: (928) 282-7714.
Verde Valley Spinners & Weavers - 3/26, 11m-1pm: Guild members will have their spinning wheels humming and will talk about their traditional craft. Free. Sedona Heritage Museum 735 Jordan Road, Sedona. (928) 282-7038.
Local Food: The Human Connection - 3/30, 7-9pm: As part of the Gardens for Humanity Spring Planting Festival, join the Verde Valley CSA as they present a documentary on Verde Valley foods, a panel of farmers and the Local Food Freedom Proclamation of Sedona. 7 Centers Yoga Arts, 2115 Mountain Road, Sedona. (928) 203-1100.
Arizona's Little Hollywood Museum - 3/30, 6-8pm: Wine and hors d'oeuvres casual dress fund-raising events benefits ALHM. Artifacts on display. $25. Sedona's Talk of the Town, Sinagua Plaza, 320 N. 89A, Sedona. www.alhmuseum.org.
Last Friday at the Museum - 3/30, 11am-noon: Dan Engler shares songs he has written about the local area. Free. Clemenceau Heritage Museum, 1 N. Willard St., Cottonwood. (928) 634-2868.
Dances of Universal Peace - 3/31, 7-9pm: No experience necessary to participate in spiritual meditative circle dances inspired by chants and mantras from around the world. $8. Old Town Center for the Arts, Studio B, 633 N. Fifth St., Cottonwood. www.dup-naz.org.
Mayors March-A-Mile for Meals - 3/31, 9am: Fund-raiser for Meals on Wheels includes pancake breakfast. Sign-in starts at 8am. Verde Valley Senior Center, 500 E. Cherry St., Cottonwood. www.verdevalleyseniorcenter.org.
Sedona Women Scholarship - 4/1 deadline: The Dames Who Make a Difference are offering one or more scholarships of up to $2,500 to women whose education has been interrupted and plan to resume their education. Applicants must be permanent residents of Sedona or the Verde Valley and accepted at an accredited institution. www.thesedonawomen.com (go to H. Wolfe Scholarship).
Music with Kevin Roth - 4/2, 10:30am: The folk singer offers a special concert for children with his instrumental, vocal and storytelling talents. This is a warmup for a 7:30pm concert for all. Sedona Public Library, 3250 White Bear Road. (928) 282-7714.
Community Easter Egg Hunt - 4/7, 2-4pm: Carnival for children includes games, prizes refreshments and a bounce house. Sedona United Methodist Church, 110 Indian Cliffs Road, Sedona. (928) 282-1780, www.sedonaumc.org.
Oak Creek Canyon Tours - 4/12-4/14: Paul Thompson will explain a variety of homesteads, squatters' sites, campgrounds and historic locations for a 14-passenger luxury coach. $50/members; $55/nonmembers. Sedona Heritage Museum 735 Jordan Road, Sedona. (928) 282-7038.
Exploring Clarkdale - 4/18, 1-3pm: Tavasci Marsh history tour with Dennis Casper, NPS biologist. Free with registration. Clark Memorial Library, 39 N. Ninth St., Clarkdale. (928) 639-2480.
Brian Mickelsen Memorial Run - 4/21: Marathon, half-marathon, 10K and 2-mile run/walk for racers of all levels. Riverfront Park, 1285 E. Riverfront Drive, Cottonwood. (928) 639-3200, cottonwood.az.gov/parksrec/bmm.