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9/14 Lunch with Lisa at Dahl & DiLuca — Sedona restaurateur extraordinaire, chef, cookbook author, and entrepreneur Lisa Dahl opens her restaurant to launch the TSW 2023-2024 Season, much as she did for the Sedona Women’s first meeting in the spring of 2000. Lisa is creating a special menu for the kickoff luncheon. Tickets are $50 per person.

10/12 Emergency Response — Presented by Sedona Fire Chief Ed Mezullis and Fire Marshal Dori Booth. The discussion will provide a comprehensive understanding of how emergency response is managed in our unique community. You will learn what to do if you have a fire or medical emergency, the process of responding and mitigating the incident, and the moving parts that make it happen. The role of the community risk reduction division — which involves public education, code enforcement to ensure fire and life safety, and supporting local contractors with plans review for new and existing construction — will also be discussed.

11/9 Sedona Women in the Military — Celebrate Veterans Day with this presentation by Sedona women who have served in the military, including Sedona Women President Specialist Crew Chief/Mechanic Helen Jarnes.

12/14 TSW Holiday Extravaganza — Celebrate the holiday season with a talent-filled variety show, sing-along, refreshments and surprises.

1/11 Sister Cities — Judy Neiman, Chuck Marr, and Sister Cities Board Members will present the latest on the search for Sedona's Sister City.

2/15 Black History Month — Celebrate Black History Month with former San Francisco news reporter, actress, and author Maudelle Terry, who will share Black wisdom from her grandmother.

3/14 Women’s History Month: Conversations with Sedona Women Leaders — Panel members: Beth B. Dupree MD, Healing Consciousness Foundation; Sandy Moriarity, former Sedona Mayor and longtime Sedona resident; Stephanie Foley, Sedona Police Chief. Panel moderator: Holli Ploog, Sedona Vice Mayor and TSW member.

4/10 A Day Just for Me: Verde Valley Archaeology Center and Museum — Attendees will break into small groups for private 90-minute docent-led tour of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center and Museum, followed by lunch at a restaurant TBD. (Note that this program is on Wednesday, April 10.)

5/9 Sedona Through Time: A Guide To Sedona’s Geology — Award-winning geologist and author Wayne Ranney speaks about Sedona geology. Ranney is the author of the popular book Sedona Through Time: A Guide to Sedona's Geology.

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