The Sedona Heritage Museum hosts many events for the community ranging from Christmas in the Park to the Fall Arts & Crafts Fair!
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Shirley Eichten Albrecht, known as the “Basket Lady” by many in the Sedona area, has been weaving baskets for over 25 years. She began weaving traditional baskets in St. Louis and teaching basket weaving at a local basket supply shop. Once she moved to Sedona she expanded her creative work to include sculptural art pieces using raku and gourds. She teaches regularly at her studio, Red Rock Baskets, and the Sedona Arts Center. The public is invited to come by and watch Shirley at work.
Come 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.
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.