Calendar

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

Jul
27
Sat
National Day of the Cowboy @ Mary D. Fisher Theatre
Jul 27 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Join us for an afternoon of cowpoke fun and Sedona movie history and entertainment.
Opening activities start at 3 p.m. in the Mary D. Fisher Theatre courtyard. At 3:30 a panel takes the stage to share background and stories about the making of the film in Sedona. Then, at 4 p.m. enjoy “The Rounders” the way it was meant to be seen: on the big screen!
Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda play cowboys who spend their days breaking horses – and flirting – while hoping to make their fortune with an unbreakable horse. This movie has some of the best cinematography of Sedona in a color western film.
Tickets:  $12 ($9/SIFF members), available online: https://sedonafilmfestival.com/event/the-rounders/
Watch the official movie trailer: https://youtu.be/G3MKyyX9FbY
Aug
3
Sat
What’s in a Name? @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Aug 3 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Original cowboy poetry, tall tales, and a look at Arizona and local history.   

This new show by local actor Michael Peach both exposes and pokes fun at quirky Arizona people and places and how they got their names. 

 

Oct
5
Sat
What’s in a Name? @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Oct 5 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Original cowboy poetry, tall tales, and a look at Arizona and local history.   

This new show by local actor Michael Peach both exposes and pokes fun at quirky Arizona people and places and how they got their names. 

 

Nov
11
Mon
Veterans Day Tribute @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans.IMG_0887

All veterans, active military, family and friends, and residents who want to show their appreciation to those who have served and are now serving are invited to be guests of the Museum at Sedona’s annual memorial and program of appreciation.

This year’s program will be overseen by emcee Shondra Jepperson. She and Tom Jepperson will provide patriotic and inspirational music.

During the program, the Museum will premier a new original video, “Tribute to the Greatest Generation”, honoring those who lived through the hardships of both the Great Depression and WWII. The video is a patriotic tribute using original interviews of Sedonans who fought in the war, as well as the workers whose labor provided the essential materiel and services in support of them. Those individuals featured use their own words and stories to impart their experiences of sacrifice and courage. Interviews by the Museum of these history-makers were edited for this inspiring video.

The program will continue with dignitaries including Mayor Sandy Moriarty, Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan and Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison. Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 will perform flag presentation services. A representative from Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s office will be on-site with information for veteran’s about programs and services available to them.

Additionally, members from several organizations that provide services to veterans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, including VFW assistance and “Buddy” poppies programs, Vietnam Veterans of America (claims assistance, advocacy, basic health/clothing/transportation, etc.), Sedona Elks Lodge (an extensive list of veterans programs including honor trips, yoga and assisting homeless vets), Mental Health Coalition, MATForce addiction and recovery programs, Habitat for Humanity’s “Veterans Build program, Verde Valley Humane Society (Pets for Patriots) and SedonaKind. The Sedona Oak Creek DAR chapter will provide the Parade of flags at the Museum entrance.

The program will be held in the Museum’s historic fruit packing shed. Lunch will be served after the program with food by The Golden Goose. Shuttle service will be provided from nearby parking lots.

The day’s events are underwritten by the City of Sedona, the Sedona Heritage Museum and Herb and Joan Miller. The program, refreshments and Museum admission will be free.

Dec
7
Sat
What’s in a Name? @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Dec 7 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Original cowboy poetry, tall tales, and a look at Arizona and local history.   

This new show by local actor Michael Peach both exposes and pokes fun at quirky Arizona people and places and how they got their names. 

 

Nov
11
Wed
Veterans Day Tribute @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans.IMG_0887

All veterans, active military, family and friends, and residents who want to show their appreciation to those who have served and are now serving are invited to be guests of the Museum at Sedona’s annual memorial and program of appreciation.

This year’s program will be overseen by emcee Shondra Jepperson. She and Tom Jepperson will provide patriotic and inspirational music.

During the program, the Museum will premier a new original video, “Tribute to the Greatest Generation”, honoring those who lived through the hardships of both the Great Depression and WWII. The video is a patriotic tribute using original interviews of Sedonans who fought in the war, as well as the workers whose labor provided the essential materiel and services in support of them. Those individuals featured use their own words and stories to impart their experiences of sacrifice and courage. Interviews by the Museum of these history-makers were edited for this inspiring video.

The program will continue with dignitaries including Mayor Sandy Moriarty, Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan and Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison. Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 will perform flag presentation services. A representative from Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s office will be on-site with information for veteran’s about programs and services available to them.

Additionally, members from several organizations that provide services to veterans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, including VFW assistance and “Buddy” poppies programs, Vietnam Veterans of America (claims assistance, advocacy, basic health/clothing/transportation, etc.), Sedona Elks Lodge (an extensive list of veterans programs including honor trips, yoga and assisting homeless vets), Mental Health Coalition, MATForce addiction and recovery programs, Habitat for Humanity’s “Veterans Build program, Verde Valley Humane Society (Pets for Patriots) and SedonaKind. The Sedona Oak Creek DAR chapter will provide the Parade of flags at the Museum entrance.

The program will be held in the Museum’s historic fruit packing shed. Lunch will be served after the program with food by The Golden Goose. Shuttle service will be provided from nearby parking lots.

The day’s events are underwritten by the City of Sedona, the Sedona Heritage Museum and Herb and Joan Miller. The program, refreshments and Museum admission will be free.

Nov
11
Thu
Veterans Day Tribute @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans.IMG_0887

All veterans, active military, family and friends, and residents who want to show their appreciation to those who have served and are now serving are invited to be guests of the Museum at Sedona’s annual memorial and program of appreciation.

This year’s program will be overseen by emcee Shondra Jepperson. She and Tom Jepperson will provide patriotic and inspirational music.

During the program, the Museum will premier a new original video, “Tribute to the Greatest Generation”, honoring those who lived through the hardships of both the Great Depression and WWII. The video is a patriotic tribute using original interviews of Sedonans who fought in the war, as well as the workers whose labor provided the essential materiel and services in support of them. Those individuals featured use their own words and stories to impart their experiences of sacrifice and courage. Interviews by the Museum of these history-makers were edited for this inspiring video.

The program will continue with dignitaries including Mayor Sandy Moriarty, Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan and Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison. Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 will perform flag presentation services. A representative from Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s office will be on-site with information for veteran’s about programs and services available to them.

Additionally, members from several organizations that provide services to veterans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, including VFW assistance and “Buddy” poppies programs, Vietnam Veterans of America (claims assistance, advocacy, basic health/clothing/transportation, etc.), Sedona Elks Lodge (an extensive list of veterans programs including honor trips, yoga and assisting homeless vets), Mental Health Coalition, MATForce addiction and recovery programs, Habitat for Humanity’s “Veterans Build program, Verde Valley Humane Society (Pets for Patriots) and SedonaKind. The Sedona Oak Creek DAR chapter will provide the Parade of flags at the Museum entrance.

The program will be held in the Museum’s historic fruit packing shed. Lunch will be served after the program with food by The Golden Goose. Shuttle service will be provided from nearby parking lots.

The day’s events are underwritten by the City of Sedona, the Sedona Heritage Museum and Herb and Joan Miller. The program, refreshments and Museum admission will be free.

Nov
11
Fri
Veterans Day Tribute @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans.IMG_0887

All veterans, active military, family and friends, and residents who want to show their appreciation to those who have served and are now serving are invited to be guests of the Museum at Sedona’s annual memorial and program of appreciation.

This year’s program will be overseen by emcee Shondra Jepperson. She and Tom Jepperson will provide patriotic and inspirational music.

During the program, the Museum will premier a new original video, “Tribute to the Greatest Generation”, honoring those who lived through the hardships of both the Great Depression and WWII. The video is a patriotic tribute using original interviews of Sedonans who fought in the war, as well as the workers whose labor provided the essential materiel and services in support of them. Those individuals featured use their own words and stories to impart their experiences of sacrifice and courage. Interviews by the Museum of these history-makers were edited for this inspiring video.

The program will continue with dignitaries including Mayor Sandy Moriarty, Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan and Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison. Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 will perform flag presentation services. A representative from Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s office will be on-site with information for veteran’s about programs and services available to them.

Additionally, members from several organizations that provide services to veterans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, including VFW assistance and “Buddy” poppies programs, Vietnam Veterans of America (claims assistance, advocacy, basic health/clothing/transportation, etc.), Sedona Elks Lodge (an extensive list of veterans programs including honor trips, yoga and assisting homeless vets), Mental Health Coalition, MATForce addiction and recovery programs, Habitat for Humanity’s “Veterans Build program, Verde Valley Humane Society (Pets for Patriots) and SedonaKind. The Sedona Oak Creek DAR chapter will provide the Parade of flags at the Museum entrance.

The program will be held in the Museum’s historic fruit packing shed. Lunch will be served after the program with food by The Golden Goose. Shuttle service will be provided from nearby parking lots.

The day’s events are underwritten by the City of Sedona, the Sedona Heritage Museum and Herb and Joan Miller. The program, refreshments and Museum admission will be free.

Nov
11
Sat
Veterans Day Tribute @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans.IMG_0887

All veterans, active military, family and friends, and residents who want to show their appreciation to those who have served and are now serving are invited to be guests of the Museum at Sedona’s annual memorial and program of appreciation.

This year’s program will be overseen by emcee Shondra Jepperson. She and Tom Jepperson will provide patriotic and inspirational music.

During the program, the Museum will premier a new original video, “Tribute to the Greatest Generation”, honoring those who lived through the hardships of both the Great Depression and WWII. The video is a patriotic tribute using original interviews of Sedonans who fought in the war, as well as the workers whose labor provided the essential materiel and services in support of them. Those individuals featured use their own words and stories to impart their experiences of sacrifice and courage. Interviews by the Museum of these history-makers were edited for this inspiring video.

The program will continue with dignitaries including Mayor Sandy Moriarty, Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan and Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison. Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 will perform flag presentation services. A representative from Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s office will be on-site with information for veteran’s about programs and services available to them.

Additionally, members from several organizations that provide services to veterans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, including VFW assistance and “Buddy” poppies programs, Vietnam Veterans of America (claims assistance, advocacy, basic health/clothing/transportation, etc.), Sedona Elks Lodge (an extensive list of veterans programs including honor trips, yoga and assisting homeless vets), Mental Health Coalition, MATForce addiction and recovery programs, Habitat for Humanity’s “Veterans Build program, Verde Valley Humane Society (Pets for Patriots) and SedonaKind. The Sedona Oak Creek DAR chapter will provide the Parade of flags at the Museum entrance.

The program will be held in the Museum’s historic fruit packing shed. Lunch will be served after the program with food by The Golden Goose. Shuttle service will be provided from nearby parking lots.

The day’s events are underwritten by the City of Sedona, the Sedona Heritage Museum and Herb and Joan Miller. The program, refreshments and Museum admission will be free.

Nov
11
Mon
Veterans Day Tribute @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans.IMG_0887

All veterans, active military, family and friends, and residents who want to show their appreciation to those who have served and are now serving are invited to be guests of the Museum at Sedona’s annual memorial and program of appreciation.

This year’s program will be overseen by emcee Shondra Jepperson. She and Tom Jepperson will provide patriotic and inspirational music.

During the program, the Museum will premier a new original video, “Tribute to the Greatest Generation”, honoring those who lived through the hardships of both the Great Depression and WWII. The video is a patriotic tribute using original interviews of Sedonans who fought in the war, as well as the workers whose labor provided the essential materiel and services in support of them. Those individuals featured use their own words and stories to impart their experiences of sacrifice and courage. Interviews by the Museum of these history-makers were edited for this inspiring video.

The program will continue with dignitaries including Mayor Sandy Moriarty, Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan and Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison. Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 will perform flag presentation services. A representative from Congressman Tom O’Halleran’s office will be on-site with information for veteran’s about programs and services available to them.

Additionally, members from several organizations that provide services to veterans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, including VFW assistance and “Buddy” poppies programs, Vietnam Veterans of America (claims assistance, advocacy, basic health/clothing/transportation, etc.), Sedona Elks Lodge (an extensive list of veterans programs including honor trips, yoga and assisting homeless vets), Mental Health Coalition, MATForce addiction and recovery programs, Habitat for Humanity’s “Veterans Build program, Verde Valley Humane Society (Pets for Patriots) and SedonaKind. The Sedona Oak Creek DAR chapter will provide the Parade of flags at the Museum entrance.

The program will be held in the Museum’s historic fruit packing shed. Lunch will be served after the program with food by The Golden Goose. Shuttle service will be provided from nearby parking lots.

The day’s events are underwritten by the City of Sedona, the Sedona Heritage Museum and Herb and Joan Miller. The program, refreshments and Museum admission will be free.

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