Calendar

The Sedona Heritage Museum hosts many events for the community ranging from Christmas in the Park to the Fall Arts & Crafts Fair!

Mar
14
Wed
“Talk Down”: Living History Series @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Mar 14 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

On a Sunday in November of 1983, four people flying from Glendale airport to Sedona for breakfast at the airport restaurant ran into trouble when the pilot fell unconscious.  Local pilot Jack Seeley had just landed from his first round trip to Phoenix of the day. The radio operator at Sedona informed him that there was an aircraft over Camp Verde with an unconscious pilot. There were no other pilots on board.  A 78 year old woman non pilot successfully landed the plane at an Air Force Base. Please join us for the rest of the story.

Mar
19
Mon
The Prehistoric Heritage of Modern Mata Ortiz Pottery @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Mar 19 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
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John Bezy, geologist and co-author of “The  Artistry and History of Mata Ortiz,” has worked with the potters of Mata Ortiz for 30 years. He will offer a presentation on the inspiration, history, and appreciation of this unique regional art form at the Museum on Monday, March 19, at 11 a.m.

Artist Oralia Lopez has set the standard in Mata Ortiz for finely executed geometric pottery designs and will be bringing some of her pottery for sale at prices similar to direct prices in her village.

Join the Museum for this popular program and pottery sale. This is a free event open to the public.

 

Apr
7
Sat
Shenanigans & Skullduggery @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Apr 7 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

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An award-winning actor, playwright, and historian, Michael Peach is especially good at bringing to life history and his subjects. But, he isn’t afraid to spin some tall tales, too. Informative and entertaining, Mike’s shows have long been a favorite of university, state and national parks, and historically-oriented audiences.

Peach’s shows feature his unique blend of original cowboy poetry with a tongue-in-cheek look at Arizona and local history, also incorporating jokes, stories, and first person narrative.

This new show both exposes and pokes fun at quirky incidents from Arizona politics and law. “In those bold and bloody days of the Arizona Territory, a prudent man kept his gun near at hand. It was considered mandatory. For the need to avenge one’s honor was frequently insistent. And the presence of the law out here was rare to non-existent.” quotes Peach.

The show is about an hour long. Tickets are $6, with children under 12 free. Museum admission is separate.

Apr
11
Wed
Buckshot & Dynamite @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Apr 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Brad Courtney brings “Buckshot & Dynamite: Two Whiskey Row Stories Most Ain’t Never Heard” to the Sedona Heritage Museum’s Living History Series.

May
9
Wed
An Arizona Auto Adventure @ Sedona Heritage Museum
May 9 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Nancy Burgess will present An Arizona Auto Adventure: Clarence Boynton’s 1913 travelogue.

Jun
2
Sat
Shenanigans & Skullduggery @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Jun 2 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

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An award-winning actor, playwright, and historian, Michael Peach is especially good at bringing to life history and his subjects. But, he isn’t afraid to spin some tall tales, too. Informative and entertaining, Mike’s shows have long been a favorite of university, state and national parks, and historically-oriented audiences.

Peach’s shows feature his unique blend of original cowboy poetry with a tongue-in-cheek look at Arizona and local history, also incorporating jokes, stories, and first person narrative.

This new show both exposes and pokes fun at quirky incidents from Arizona politics and law. “In those bold and bloody days of the Arizona Territory, a prudent man kept his gun near at hand. It was considered mandatory. For the need to avenge one’s honor was frequently insistent. And the presence of the law out here was rare to non-existent.” quotes Peach.

The show is about an hour long. Tickets are $6, with children under 12 free. Museum admission is separate.

Aug
4
Sat
Shenanigans & Skullduggery @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Aug 4 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

2014-12-21 14.44.36 Mike fixed

An award-winning actor, playwright, and historian, Michael Peach is especially good at bringing to life history and his subjects. But, he isn’t afraid to spin some tall tales, too. Informative and entertaining, Mike’s shows have long been a favorite of university, state and national parks, and historically-oriented audiences.

Peach’s shows feature his unique blend of original cowboy poetry with a tongue-in-cheek look at Arizona and local history, also incorporating jokes, stories, and first person narrative.

This new show both exposes and pokes fun at quirky incidents from Arizona politics and law. “In those bold and bloody days of the Arizona Territory, a prudent man kept his gun near at hand. It was considered mandatory. For the need to avenge one’s honor was frequently insistent. And the presence of the law out here was rare to non-existent.” quotes Peach.

The show is about an hour long. Tickets are $6, with children under 12 free. Museum admission is separate.

Oct
6
Sat
Shenanigans & Skullduggery @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Oct 6 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

2014-12-21 14.44.36 Mike fixed

An award-winning actor, playwright, and historian, Michael Peach is especially good at bringing to life history and his subjects. But, he isn’t afraid to spin some tall tales, too. Informative and entertaining, Mike’s shows have long been a favorite of university, state and national parks, and historically-oriented audiences.

Peach’s shows feature his unique blend of original cowboy poetry with a tongue-in-cheek look at Arizona and local history, also incorporating jokes, stories, and first person narrative.

This new show both exposes and pokes fun at quirky incidents from Arizona politics and law. “In those bold and bloody days of the Arizona Territory, a prudent man kept his gun near at hand. It was considered mandatory. For the need to avenge one’s honor was frequently insistent. And the presence of the law out here was rare to non-existent.” quotes Peach.

The show is about an hour long. Tickets are $6, with children under 12 free. Museum admission is separate.

Dec
1
Sat
Shenanigans & Skullduggery @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Dec 1 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

2014-12-21 14.44.36 Mike fixed

An award-winning actor, playwright, and historian, Michael Peach is especially good at bringing to life history and his subjects. But, he isn’t afraid to spin some tall tales, too. Informative and entertaining, Mike’s shows have long been a favorite of university, state and national parks, and historically-oriented audiences.

Peach’s shows feature his unique blend of original cowboy poetry with a tongue-in-cheek look at Arizona and local history, also incorporating jokes, stories, and first person narrative.

This new show both exposes and pokes fun at quirky incidents from Arizona politics and law. “In those bold and bloody days of the Arizona Territory, a prudent man kept his gun near at hand. It was considered mandatory. For the need to avenge one’s honor was frequently insistent. And the presence of the law out here was rare to non-existent.” quotes Peach.

The show is about an hour long. Tickets are $6, with children under 12 free. Museum admission is separate.

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