Parks & Recreation

Parks and Recreation E-Newsletter

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Post Date:03/01/2019 9:00 a.m.

In this e-mail you will find information about: 48th St. Patrick’s Parade, StoryWalk, Sedona Stumble 5K & 10K Trail Run, Sedona Food Truck Festival, Aquatics Staff, Celebration of Spring Vendors

Parks and Recreation 2019 Events & Programs Calendar

March Events

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What goes down must go up49th St. Patrick’s Parade: March 9.  Bring your family out to Jordan Rd and enjoy the parade, sunshine and great decorations at 10:30 a.m.  Winners of each category will be posted on our fb page on March 10.  More information.

StoryWalk:  March 12 at Sunset Park.  At 10:30 a.m., Sedona Public Library formally thanks those who made the ‘StoryWalk’ project possible and invites all ages to enjoy an hour of drop-in craft activities, games, snacks, and the outdoor walk and read adventure!

Sedona Stumble 5K & 10K Trail Run: March 23.  Registration is open now.  Take part in the best trail run in Sedona.  Partnering with Sedona Running Company, this event is unique, challenging and will sell out.  More information.

Sedona Food Truck Festival: March 23.  11 a.m. to 5 p.m. you can enjoy 20+ Food Trucks, live concert and beer and wine for sale.  Third year of this awesome event and you can come for free. More information.

Aquatics Staff:  The Sedona Community Pool would love to open April 1, but aquatics staff is needed to make that possible.  Lifeguards, Swim Instructors and Aqua Fitness Instructors are being hired now.  Classes are offered for certifications.  Please consider a new job and join our team at the beautiful outdoor pool.  More information.

Celebration of Spring Vendors:  Applications are being accepted now for vendors.  Celebration of Spring attendance averages 3000 people (850 children in 2018) and may be worth your time to participate in.  All organizations and exhibitors whose focus revolves around crafts, community building and outdoor or physical activities for children and/or families are encouraged to become part of this annual regalia.  More information.

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