Calendar of Events

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Nov
12
Tue
Introduction to Modern Kadampa Buddhism Class Series
Nov 12 @ 6:30 pm
Modern Buddhism in Sedona
With Kadam Michelle Gauthier
Tuesdays | 6:30-8:00pm
October 24 – December 12
Sedona Creative Life Center
333 Schebly Hill Road, Sedona 86336
In this class you’ll learn:
  • What is Kadampa buddhism?
  • What is the mind?
  • Essential meditations of Kadampa Buddhism
  • About our human life and death
  • What is Buddhist faith and refuge practice?
  • What is Karma?
Just drop in. $10 / $5 per student. Everyone welcome!
Nov
13
Wed
Winslow Community Blood Drive @ Elks Lodge 536
Nov 13 @ 12:15 am

Wed, Nov 13, 1pm-6pm, Winslow Community/Elks Lodge 536, 315 W 3rd St, Elks Lodge 536

Thu, Nov 14, 9am-1pm, Winslow Community/Elks Lodge 536, 315 W 3rd St, Elks Lodge 536

Blood Donation Appointments: Visit BloodHero.com (Enter City) or Call 1-877-25-VITAL (1-877-258-4825)

Did you know . . . every month, it takes about 1,250 blood donors to save the lives of kids in Arizona’s two largest children’s hospitals. Blood donors save kids like 4-year-old Nathan who has required more than 58 blood transfusions. The Casa Grande toddler was born with a rare disorder that causes his red blood cells to rapidly break apart. Every month, he relies on the generosity of strangers to donate lifesaving blood – a need that will most likely continue the rest of his life. “To all the donors out there, I would like to say that you have gone above and beyond to save my son’s life and the lives of others,” expressed his mother April.  “Without blood transfusions, I would have lost my little boy!”

Because blood has a shelf life of 42 days, donations given in November can save lives through Thanksgiving – the longest extended holiday weekend of the year.  To make an appointment to transform lives by donating blood, call 877-25-VITAL (877-258-4825)) or visit www.BloodHero.com (enter your city or zip code).

Nov
14
Thu
Winslow Community Blood Drive @ Elks Lodge 536
Nov 14 @ 12:15 am

Wed, Nov 13, 1pm-6pm, Winslow Community/Elks Lodge 536, 315 W 3rd St, Elks Lodge 536

Thu, Nov 14, 9am-1pm, Winslow Community/Elks Lodge 536, 315 W 3rd St, Elks Lodge 536

Blood Donation Appointments: Visit BloodHero.com (Enter City) or Call 1-877-25-VITAL (1-877-258-4825)

Did you know . . . every month, it takes about 1,250 blood donors to save the lives of kids in Arizona’s two largest children’s hospitals. Blood donors save kids like 4-year-old Nathan who has required more than 58 blood transfusions. The Casa Grande toddler was born with a rare disorder that causes his red blood cells to rapidly break apart. Every month, he relies on the generosity of strangers to donate lifesaving blood – a need that will most likely continue the rest of his life. “To all the donors out there, I would like to say that you have gone above and beyond to save my son’s life and the lives of others,” expressed his mother April.  “Without blood transfusions, I would have lost my little boy!”

Because blood has a shelf life of 42 days, donations given in November can save lives through Thanksgiving – the longest extended holiday weekend of the year.  To make an appointment to transform lives by donating blood, call 877-25-VITAL (877-258-4825)) or visit www.BloodHero.com (enter your city or zip code).

22nd Annual Western Navajo Diabetes Expo @ Tuba City Boarding School Gymnasium
Nov 14 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Join us for the 22nd Annual Wester Navajo Diabetes Expo hosted by the TCRHCC Healthy Living and Diabetes Education and Clinical Nutrition Department. We are excited to have Navajo Chef Kyle Jim join us with a traditional cooking demo, along with Ed Kabotie share his traditional music with us. Free Tshirts for the first 300 in attendance. Health screenings and information, raffle items and a light lunch will be served.
From the Rocks to the River @ Elks Theater
Nov 14 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Water connects the Granite Dells to the Verde River. The rocky Dells, the graceful grasslands of Chino Valley, and the lush Verde River are one interconnected landscape, all threatened by unsustainable urban sprawl. In this powerful and uplifting evening program, local conservation leaders will speak on the latest developments in the campaigns to save the Granite Dells and the Verde River, and provide you with opportunities to get involved in whatever way you can. Notably, the documentary film Viva La Verde will be screened for its 100th time, and Producer Hugh Denno will be present to discuss the film and the fight to preserve the Verde River.

Click the website to buy tickets, or purchase them at the Elks Theater.

Nov
17
Sun
Archaeology Guided Hike at Red Rock State Park
Nov 17 @ 9:17 pm

Archaeology Guided Hike at Red Rock State Park.

Occurs on the Third Sunday of the month, October – May.

Hike start time 1:00 pm.

Dates for the each hike:

10/20/2019

11/17/2019

12/15/2019

01/19/2020

02/16/2020

03/15/2020

04/19/2020

05/17/2020

Red Rock State Park has been a destination for Native Americans for several millennia.  Most of the ancient features found in the park are from the Sinagua culture dating about 1100 to 1425 AD. Come and hear the fascinating story of the pre-Columbian people who lived and traveled in the park. The hike will identify the various archaeological features visible from park trails and interpret them into the wider context of important regional Sinagua sites.  The guide will also touch on ideas of other cultures that likely have made use of the park’s resources. The hike will last about 1½-2 hours, with an elevation gain of about 250 feet, along easy to moderate trails and may begin with a short presentation in the theater.

Hike is included with park entrance fees. $7.00 ages 14+; $4.00 ages 7-13; free for ages 6 and under. No reservations required. If you have any questions, please call 928-282-6907. Red Rock State Park. 4050 Red Rock Loop Rd. Sedona, AZ.

Nov
18
Mon
“A Time to Talk”-Violence Based Support Groups
Nov 18 @ 12:00 pm

“A Time To Talk” is open to all individuals who have experienced any form of violence and or trauma in their lifetime.  The goal is to provide a safe, open space for survivors of violence and their families to talk about their common experience and enhance coping skills for dealing with trauma.  The meeting has a non-judgmental and supportive environment that fosters self-empowerment and emotional healing.

Sessions are free of charge and no registration is necessary.

  • These sessions, “Time to Talk”, are the ideal setting for individuals to talk about their common experiences and learn coping skills.  “Time to Talk” support groups are currently held in Cottonwood at the Outreach Center, 601 W. Mingus Avenue, every Thursday noon – 1:00 P.M. and Sedona at Twice Nice Thrift Store, every Tuesday  1225 W. SR 89A, 6:00 P.M – 7:00 P.M. These groups foster self-empowerment along with emotional healing and are open to all individuals regardless of sexual preference.  These are drop-in groups and do not require registration.  Please call (928) 634-6255 with questions

For more information call the Verde Valley Sanctuary Outreach Center (928) 634-6255.

The Verde Valley Sanctuary is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting, assisting and empowering victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault. All services are provided completely free of charge and funded through charitable donations.  For more information or to make a donation, visit www.VerdeValleySanctuary.org

These sessions, “Time to Talk”, are the ideal setting for individuals to talk about their common experiences and learn coping skills.  “Time to Talk” support groups are currently held in Cottonwood at the Outreach Center, 601 W. Mingus Avenue, every Thursday noon – 1:00 P.M. and Sedona at Twice Nice Thrift Store, every Tuesday  1225 W. SR 89A, 6:00 P.M – 7:00 P.M. These groups foster self-empowerment along with emotional healing and are open to all individuals regardless of sexual preference.  These are drop-in groups and do not require registration.  Please call (928) 634-6255 with questions

Nov
19
Tue
Introduction to Modern Kadampa Buddhism Class Series
Nov 19 @ 6:30 pm
Modern Buddhism in Sedona
With Kadam Michelle Gauthier
Tuesdays | 6:30-8:00pm
October 24 – December 12
Sedona Creative Life Center
333 Schebly Hill Road, Sedona 86336
In this class you’ll learn:
  • What is Kadampa buddhism?
  • What is the mind?
  • Essential meditations of Kadampa Buddhism
  • About our human life and death
  • What is Buddhist faith and refuge practice?
  • What is Karma?
Just drop in. $10 / $5 per student. Everyone welcome!
Nov
21
Thu
Kykotsmovi Community Blood Drive @ Kykotsmovi Mennonite Church
Nov 21 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Thu, Nov 21, 9am-2pm, Hopi Nation @ Kykotsmovi Mennonite Church, 110 Main St

Blood Donation Appointments: Visit BloodHero.com (Enter City) or Call 1-877-25-VITAL (1-877-258-4825)

 

Did you know . . . every month, it takes about 1,250 blood donors to save the lives of kids in Arizona’s two largest children’s hospitals. Blood donors save kids like 4-year-old Nathan who has required more than 58 blood transfusions. The Casa Grande toddler was born with a rare disorder that causes his red blood cells to rapidly break apart. Every month, he relies on the generosity of strangers to donate lifesaving blood – a need that will most likely continue the rest of his life. “To all the donors out there, I would like to say that you have gone above and beyond to save my son’s life and the lives of others,” expressed his mother April.  “Without blood transfusions, I would have lost my little boy!”

Because blood has a shelf life of 42 days, donations given in November can save lives through Thanksgiving – the longest extended holiday weekend of the year.  To make an appointment to transform lives by donating blood, call 877-25-VITAL (877-258-4825)) or visit www.BloodHero.com (enter your city or zip code).

 

Compassus Hospice of Sedona, Life After Loss grief support groups: @ Sedona Community Center,
Nov 21 @ 10:30 am
Compassus Hospice of Sedona, Life After Loss grief support groups:
Every Thursday 10:30 – 12:00 at the Sedona Community Center, 2615 Melody Lane, Sedona
2nd and 4th Thursday 10:30 -12:00 at the Cottonwood Library, 100 S 6th St, meeting room A, Cottonwood
This is an open group for anyone who has lost a loved one.