Sedona AZ (October 7, 2021) – Cooking with Chef Minyan Zhu, Thursday, Oct. 14, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Empower yourself to make the most delicious soups, sourdough, sourdough pizza using seasonal ingredients and techniques that will give you limitless options when it comes to crafting your meals. Come learn, create community and become a master of stir fry. Make a delicious and nourishing meal in as little as 15 minutes. Take out is obsolete.
Class schedule (attend one class or the full series):
- Thursday, Oct. 14 – Soups
- Thursday, Oct. 28 – Sourdough
- Thursday, Nov. 4 – Sourdough Pizza
- Thursday, Nov. 18 – Blender Magic
- Thursday, Dec. 9 – Art of the Pickle
Advanced registration is recommended for these events. Full series package is $135 with advance purchase or $145 at the door. Single classes are $35 each in advance or $45 at the door. Classes are limited to 30 participants. Sorry, no refunds.
Tickets are available at bit.ly/saa-cooking-class-fall21 or call 860-705-9711.
Introduction to The Gene Keys by Elyce Monet, Ambassador on Friday, Oct. 15, 6 to 9 p.m.
Gene Keys is here to guide you on your own unique path in life by finding the wisdom inside YOU. It is not a program of more knowledge, but a self-guided journey into the wisdom of your heart.
In this introduction, you will learn:
- How to obtain your Gene Keys & Human Design Charts (please bring a smart phone or iPad)
- Your Life’s Work
- Your Biggest Challenge
- Your Gift to Humanity
- Your Purpose in Life
This overview starts you on the path of understanding how you are uniquely designed, how your energy works, and how to become a master of your life in your own timing and on your own unique path. Tickets are $25 in advance or $35 at the door and can be purchased online at bit.ly/SAA-gene-keys. Please call 860-705-9711 for more information.
Master Drumming Class with Sabina Sandoval, Oct. 17, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Join us for Sabina Sandoval’s Free to be Me Drumming Master Class and help her celebrate her 60th birthday! Let our spirits soar, and the pulse of the earth be felt, by people united by the healing rhythm, the pounding of our hearts with one of the most powerful instruments in the world…. the drum. This is for all ages and skill levels. Drums will be provided. Tickets are $35. Purchase tickets at bit.ly/SAA-open-mic-weekly.
Wine 101 with Steve Bailey, The Mayor of Wine, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 4 to 6:30 p.m. Join us for a wine tasting and education class presented by Steve Bailey, The Mayor of Wine. It’s ABC Wines Anything but Chardonnay and Cabernet. Steve has been in the wine business for more than 30 years. He is a Certified Sommelier by the Court of Master Sommeliers, and a Certified Specialist of Wine. His is also certified as an Italian Wine Specialist and holds a Level 3 certification with the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET).
The Wine 101 course will teach you to better understand wine, including varietal types and how to choose the proper wine. Steve will discuss everything from selecting a glass and opening the wine to how to taste it, assess it, serve it and preserve it.
Tickets are $45 per person and include a charcuterie board, provided by Chef John Ramagli of Rotten Johnny’s, a free wine glass and six ABC Wines Anything but Chardonnay and Cabernet in the tasting. Tickets are available online at bit.ly/SAA-wine-taste or call 860-705-9711.
Attendance is limited to 30 people. Reservations are required. Sorry, no refunds.
Sight, Sounds and Samplings of the American Soldier with Robin Slonina, Oct. 20, 4 to 6:30 p.m. Opening reception for Robin Slonina and her Wonder Women Art Collection will be on display. Douglas Taurel will perform a monologue or two from his upcoming production of The American Soldier. Our Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be Quinton Jenkins. Samplings of American cuisine will be provided and a camouflage body painting by TV show Skin Wars creator and artist Robin Slonina featuring model and Army Reservist Rebecca Woodberry. Tickets are $45 per person and are available at bit.ly/SSS-American-Soldier.
The American Soldier starring Douglas Taurel, Oct. 21 and 22 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. The American Soldier is based on and inspired by real stories and letters written by veterans and their families from the American Revolution through the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. It reveals the struggles American soldiers face at war and their internal struggles to come back home. The show strives to help us understand how and why it is so difficult for men and women in the armed services to re-enter civilian life when they return home. It’s goal is to honor our veterans and thank their families for their immense sacrifice to our country. The American Soldier is the story of how many men and women have put on and are willing to put on the uniform to fight, defend and give the ultimate sacrifice for what our country stands for.
Starring Douglas Taurel, directed by Padraic Lillis and consulted by Stephen Jobes, and was originally developed in Emmy Award-winner Matt Hoverman’s GO-SOLO Workshop.
Grantors and Sponsors: City of Sedona and Michael Schroeder.
For the first time ever, pick your seats in advance with our new seating map. We will be following CDC Covid-19 guidelines. Tickets can be purchased at bit.ly/etc-american-soldier.
- Advance /Reserved Seating – $55 (sit at table with your friends/family, drink tickets available and table service)
- Advance /Reserved Table – $165 (reserve an entire table of three for your friends/family, drink tickets available and table service)
- Advance – $35
- At Door – $45
- Live stream – $20 (link for purchase coming soon)
*All events will be held at Sedona Arts Academy in The Collective Sedona located at 7000 SR 179, Suite C-100 in the Village of Oak Creek. CDC Covid-19 guidelines for masks and vaccinations are followed at all events. For additional information or to book your tickets by phone please call