Sedona in October: It's a "Howl-ing" Good Time!
Howl-o-ween Costume Parade
What could be more fun than pets on parade—benefitting pets in need? Don’t miss the Howl-o-ween costume parade benefitting homeless animals. Entries include costumed animals, animals with families or businesses with animals and a float!!! Prizes and raffle available. Your pooch will thank you!
Sedona Plein Air Festival
The Sedona Arts Center invites you to be inspired. Delight with the master artists painting at the 18th Annual Sedona Plein Air Festival. With its stunning vistas, Sedona is a perfect environment for Plein Air with roots going back 63 years to the founding of Sedona’s identity as an ‘art colony’. Enjoy the creative event with a week-long celebration of extraordinary landscapes, world-class artists, workshops, and much more.
All the details are right here!
Cemetery Pioneer Cemetery Walk
Meet the Red Rocks Ghost
October 29th -30th
Cook Cedar Glade
“Voices from the Grave” pioneer cemetery walk returns in Sedona, and will once again provide a fascinating, outdoor theatrical program with costumed ‘spirits’, interspersing history and fun with some new surprises as well.
Participants will be escorted from one pioneer grave site to another for history and some hilarious or heartbreaking story telling by select “ghosts” as they recount their lives and adventures in the Sedona of the past.
Verde Canyon Railroad Depot Haunted Railcars
Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays through October 31
Are you "dying" for some spooky fun? Climb aboard Verde Canyon Railroad's Fright Night railcars and let your nightmare begin! From snake dens to deranged clowns, it's a haunted setting that will chill you to the bone.
For all of the chilling details, click here.