Flamenco in the Courtyard beginning April 3rd !
Sunday through Wednesday evenings from 5:30PM-7:30PM
Join Gaetano and friends in Patio de las Campanas – El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano presents master guitarists Gaetano and friends with spirited performances inspired from Spain and Mexico. Gaetano treats visitors to Spanish guitar in the courtyard in front of the restaurant. Enjoy tapas and your favorite beverage from the outside bar.
Free Admission and all are welcome.
The Arts, Music, and Cuisine of French Provence come to Tlaquepaque
Saturday, April 8th from 4:00PM-7:00PM.
Mix and mingle with 12 artists and craftsmen from Provence right here in Tlaquepaque during a fabulous evening of cultural exchange. Listen to the music and vocals from three outstanding French bands with songs in French and English. Watch as master glass worker, Benou, will be creating jewelry – Experience live action painting while singer and harmonica player Cadijo performs while the famous French painter and sketch artist, Cattaneo, will create amazing creations. Taste delicious wines with Senior winemaker Pierre Duffort with tasty little bites by a French chef.
Smell the aromas as you anticipate a sumptuous meal prepared by both chef Walter of Rene’s and guest chef Marie Pierre Gall from Provence. Together they will cook the finest regional French cuisine in a “four-hands” partnership. Enjoy a fabulous 7 – course dinner with exquisite wine pairings for each course at $175.00 per person, with limited seating at 65. Prepare to have your mind and taste buds come alive. Please contact Rene restaurant at 928-282-9225 to reserve your seats. This exotic Taste of Provence will give you a luscious look into Provence right here in our beloved red rock country.
Meet the Sedona Wolf Pack – Saturday, April 22nd
The Apex Protection Project and six members of their Pack will be coming to Sedona.
Tlaquepaque and Ken Rowe Gallery are generous sponsors of a very special fundraising event. Plan on being at Tlaquepaque by 1:30PM to enjoy musical entertainment Sean “Walking Bear” Mah and Anne Vannoy, Enjoy Ken Rowe as he sculpts the wolves while sipping wine and enjoying the silent auction. If actually spending time with the wolves peaks your interest, there is an opportunity to pre-register for a private viewing the same day. A private viewing will be limited and costs $125.00 if per-registered and $150.00 per person if registering at Tlaquepaque. Register at www.planbfoundation.com
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is an Arizona and Southwest treasure and for over 44 years has delighted visitors. Located at 336 State Route 179 in Sedona, Arizona. Open daily at 10:00AM. For more information call (928)-2828-4838 or check our website for full schedule of events.