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5/28/2012 8:05:00 AM
Lectures & Workshops 5/30 - 6/5

Mayan Rites of Empowerment - Thru 6/12, Tuesdays, 6:30pm: Nine rites of Munay-Ki are given, one rite per person each session. $10 donation. Body Mind and Soul, 2030 W. 89A, Suite 3B, Sedona. RSVP: (928) 451-9743.

Argentine Tango Lesson - 5/30, 7 pm: With Earl Duque and Delisa from Prescott. Cost $10.  Sedona Shadows Clubhouse, 6770 S. State Rt. 89A, West Sedona. 928-821-5565.

Digital Cameral SIG - 5/31, 6pm: Verde Valley Computer Club Special Interest Group discuses "Advanced Photo Editors." Free. Bring your camera and booklet. Clemenceau Building, 1 N. Willard St., Cottonwood. Dave: (928) 639-0106.

Open Séance - 6/2, 7:30 pm: With Spiritualist Medium "Amber". $20/person.  Retreat Room, Sedona Creative Life Center. 928-202-3759.

Fast Track for Beginners - 6/2, 6/9: 9 am: A lecture/demonstration class for the experienced sewer or previous quilter looking for a refresher course with all of the latest basic techniques. Quilter's Store Sedona, 3075 W. S.R. 89A, Sedona. 928-282-2057,

What do you know? - 6/6, 7 pm: Participate in a Shaman Drumming, receive a FLAME message, participate in a metaphysical discussion, and enjoy a Trance by Hari. 70 Gunsight Hills Drive, VOC. 928-254-3971 or 317-698-7644.

Taking the mystery out of the Medicare Home Health benefit - 6/14, 2 pm: The Cottonwood Village Senior Living Community and Northern Arizona Homecare and Hospice are hosting a free lecture aimed at addressing questions, rules and regulations surrounding the Medicare Home Health benefit. Refreshments will be available. RSVPs are requested by calling 928-634-4225 or via email at

Dawn of a New Time - 6/22 - 6/24, 12 pm: Open to the public, including families and children. All are welcome to attend and listen to indigenous teachings and Q&A with the Kogi and Arhuaco. Performing Arts Center, Sedona.

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