Sedona Sojourn

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  • July 26, 2019 - July 28, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

   

Sedona is known as one of the most beautiful places in the world.  And, in late July, the high desert in Arizona is a great place to be.  There have been two previous “Sedona Sojourns”, and the depth of the friendships that flourished during those few days, still exists.  Your “hosts”, Mary Jane Rynd, Rabbi Alicia Magal and Beverly Kievman Copen, have designed a special weekend for you.  Time to be together, a few fun things to do, some delightful meals at wonderful restaurants, and the opening Friday afternoon at MJ’s very, very special “cabin” on Oak Creek will be the very best.  Of course, gallery shopping and/or hiking are always on tap.  Want to bring someone special we should know?  Just let us know by registering online by June 24th.

Organizers:  Mary Jane (MJ) Rynd, Rabbi Alicia Magal and Beverly Kievman Copen

Suggested Itineraries
Friday

Meet and greet at MJ’s Sedona cabin – 4:30 for cocktails, appetizers and catered dinner.

101 Sycamore Road (just behind Poco Diablo Resort). Those who wish to go to Synagogue where Rabbi Alicia is holding Friday evening service -7:30 (100 Meadowlark Drive - very nearby)

Saturday

Morning -- Free time to Explore and Discover (suggestions below)

2 pm.  Creative time @ the Melting Point (create your own blown paper weight, vase, flower or other object in glass). $40 down payment needed per person, so please indicate interest below.  Objects cost from $80 depending on size and complexity.

https://sedonaglassblowing.com

6:30 pm – Dinner and Entertainment at Steakhouse 89

https://www.steakhouse89.com/

Sunday

8:00 – 9:30 Rise & Shine!  Sunrise Vortex and Yoga

https://vortexyogahikinginsedona.com/

11:30 – brunch at Sound Bites Grill – (also fabulous views)

https://soundbitesgrill.com/

Anyone wanting to come earlier or stay later to hike or more, MJ, Alicia or Bev would welcome your call to assist.

Lodging suggestions:

Los Abrigados https://www.diamondresorts.com

Inn Above Oak Creek http://innaboveoakcreek.com/

El Portal (within Tlaquepaque)  www.elportalsedona.com

Poco Diablo Resort – walk to MJ’s cabin on the creek   www.pocodiablo.com

Saturday explore ideas:

Hillside Sedona / “a step up” shoe boutique / galleries / restaurants, Hudson’s restaurant / and more.

Peruse UpTown Sedona or drive up Oak Creek Canyon.

Victorian Cowgirl - for unique clothing and accessories - on 179 just before the “Y”

Casual restaurant El Rincon at Tlaquepaque -    Mexican style village filled with over 50 shops and galleries; off 179 at Portal Lane

Lunch or drink at Mariposa Grill in West Sedona (daylight hours – great view).

We will provide a map for each of you and mark all of these places with numbers so they are easy to find.

 

Other things to know:

If hiking, remember to buy a Red Rock Pass for parking.  One time use at each trail head; general pass at ranger stations and tourist information centers; wear hiking shoes, hat, and bring a bottle of water.

Members Fee: $35
Guest Are Welcome!