The Friends of the Forest Sedona host walks, talks, exhibits, and other events in the Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, and Verde Valley area throughout the year. Most events are free and open to the public, but pre-registration may be required.
July 1, 2016, 11AM: Come see a brief history of Sedona from 1876 to the 20th century illustrated by historic photos, stories, and anecdotes. Presented by Janeen Trevilyan, Historian for the Sedona Heritage Museum. Space limited to 40 participants.
July 2 & 3, 9AM - 4PM: Live rattlesnake display presented by Arizona Game and Fish volunteers Russel Dunn and Karen McClelland. Come see live rattlesnakes! You will also have the chance to handle non-venomous snakes.