Calendar

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

May
16
Tue
**CANCELLED**O’Connor Lecture @ Sedona Heritage Museum
May 16 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

This presentation has been cancelled.

May
22
Mon
Verde Valley Spinners & Weavers Demo – Mondays at the Museum @ Sedona Heritage Museum
May 22 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
May
29
Mon
Tamale Workshop- Mondays at the Museum @ Sedona Heritage Museum
May 29 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Tamales1TamalesCome to the Sedona Heritage Museum to learn how to make everyone’s favorite traditional Mexican comfort food – tamales. Margarita Lara will lead a tamale-making workshop for “Monday at the Museum.” All participants will go home with about six homemade tamales with traditional or vegetarian fillings. Bring an apron and a covered container for taking your tamales home. The workshop fee is $5. Space is limited, so RSVP at 282-7038 to reserve your space.

Jun
3
Sat
Lions (& Rattlers & Dragons & Longhorns) & Bears – Oh My! @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Jun 3 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

“And so, in his quest for goals or gold, a man may lie to his friends, and work out ways to fool the law, and tie up all loose ends. And he may mask illicit tasks, and even face down danger. But in spite of his brain, and his place in the food chain…there’s no escaping nature.”

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.

This new show focuses on nature and animal friends (or foes) of the southwest. “…and according to this plan, God meant the hand of man to tame the wild and cultivate dominion. So the higher up, the gladder, here on evolution’s ladder. But maybe that’s a matter of opinion.”

Mike Peach

Jun
18
Sun
CLOSED
Jun 18 all-day
Aug
5
Sat
Lions (& Rattlers & Dragons & Longhorns) & Bears – Oh My! @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Aug 5 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

“And so, in his quest for goals or gold, a man may lie to his friends, and work out ways to fool the law, and tie up all loose ends. And he may mask illicit tasks, and even face down danger. But in spite of his brain, and his place in the food chain…there’s no escaping nature.”

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.

This new show focuses on nature and animal friends (or foes) of the southwest. “…and according to this plan, God meant the hand of man to tame the wild and cultivate dominion. So the higher up, the gladder, here on evolution’s ladder. But maybe that’s a matter of opinion.”

Mike Peach

Sep
4
Mon
Prickly Pear Jelly @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Sep 4 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Learn the secret for dealing with those pesky cactus spines and go home with a jar of colorful jelly. Bring an apron, unless you don’t mind pretty magenta spots on your clothes! This is a very popular class, so sign up early. The cost is $5, and RSVP is required.

Preparing the fruit.

Preparing the fruit.

Sep
11
Mon
Prickly Pear Jelly @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Sep 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Learn the secret for dealing with those pesky cactus spines and go home with a jar of colorful jelly. Bring an apron, unless you don’t mind pretty magenta spots on your clothes! This is a very popular class, so sign up early. The cost is $5, and RSVP is required.

Preparing the fruit.

Preparing the fruit.

Sep
16
Sat
World Premiere/The Journal of Sedona Schnebly @ Sedona Heritage Museum
Sep 16 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

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The Sedona Heritage Museum is proud to host the world premiere of the latest book by Lisa Schnebly Heidinger, entitled The Journal of Sedona Schnebly. Lisa will speak on Saturday, September 16 at 11:00 a.m. at the Museum about what she learned about her great-grandmother through this effort and then sign copies of the new book until 2 p.m. Birthday cake will be served in honor of Lisa’s father Larry’s birthday, which is on the 18th.

The book, which comes in at more than 100,000 words, is a journal format, and tells the story of Sedona’s life from her early teens until her last night on earth. Lisa has been working on this project for 30 years, and says if her great-grandmother’s journals had ever been discovered, “this is what I would have wanted to find.”

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