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IBA: Escape to Sedona this November with the IndyBar

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iba-sedona-agendaStargazing, sunsets over the Red Rocks and…CLE? This unlikely combination makes for a can’t miss trip to this year’s IndyBar Destination CLE, to be held at the Enchantment Resort & Mii amo Spa in Sedona, Arizona November 15 to November 17.
 

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Kicking off with a welcome cocktail reception and dinner on Thursday, November 15, a stay in Red Rock Country will offer attendees mornings that feature CLE programs presented by top-notch Indy attorneys and judges, allowing the afternoons and evenings to be spent exploring what “Good Morning America” named one of the Top 10 most beautiful cities in the United States. Sedona boasts activities and destinations for nearly every interest, from arts and culture to history and archaeology.

Attendees will also have unique opportunity to experience the Sedona skies with JD and Karen Maddy, official astronomers for both the Arizona State Parks and the National Park Service, at a stargazing excursion on Friday evening. The Arizona high desert land is known for amazingly clear skies, making it the perfect location to view the nighttime sky without the interfering lights of nearby cities. These accomplished astronomers will personally guide participants through the cosmos with an array of scopes, refractors, astronomical binoculars and telescopes.

Chaired by Hon. Cale Bradford of the Indiana Court of Appeals, the Destination CLE committee is hard at work to ensure that the getaway features the perfect mix of education, socializing and opportunities to enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Sedona. Joining Judge Bradford on the committee are Hon. Robert R. Altice, Jr., Marion Superior Court; Hon. Hon Heather A. Welch, Marion Superior Court; Aaron Freeman, Voyles Zahn & Paul PA; Ellen Morrison Townsend, Hackman Hulett & Cracraft LLP; and Robert W. York, Robert W. York & Associates.

Don’t let this opportunity to enjoy a relaxing respite before the hustle and bustle of the holidays begins. The complete agenda, online registration and hotel booking information are available online at www.indybar.org.

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