Superstition Mountain Museum’s free lecture series “Legends and Lore of the Superstitions and More” is scheduled to begin on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023. The series brings together local scholars, personalities, historians, artists and authors to introduce attendees to the rich culture of our region.
Lectures are held Thursday afternoons at 2 p.m. in the museum’s outdoor amphitheater, 4087 E. Apache Trail. The featured presenters and dates this year are:
- Jan. 5: Teton Ken, “The Lost Dutchman and His Mine.”
- Jan. 12: Jodi Akers and Kathy Schuste, “Saving the Apache Trail.”
- Jan. 19: Steve Renzi, “Black Cowboys.”
- Jan. 26: Native American storytelling
- Feb. 2: Kurt Cavano, “Arizona’s Four Peaks Amethyst Mine.”
- Feb. 9: Jesse James Feldman, “The Dutchman’s Trail.”
- Feb. 16: Beau Yotty, “The Modern Cowboy”
- Feb. 23: Roger Naylor, “Awesome Arizona: 200 Amazing Facts.”
- March 2: Jack San Felice, “Stagecoach Robbery Trail.”
- March 9: Porfirio Gutierrez and others, “Mexican Artistry and Weaving Traditions.”
- March 16: Teton Ken, “Arizona: The Rest of the Story.”
- March 23: Jim Turner, “Writers of the Purple Sage.”
- March 30: Steve Holmquist, “A Musical Celebration of Arizona.”
To enjoy the presentations fully, attendees are requested to:
- Bring your own lawn chair;
- Don’t forget a hat and sunscreen;
- Please, no smoking;
- Please don’t leave your dog in vehicle;
- Coffee and cookies will be available for purchase with all of the proceeds going to the museum for continuing educational programs;
- Come early and have lunch on the grounds. Food will be available for purchase.
All Superstition Mountain Museum programs and presentations are subject to change. Go to superstitionmountainlostdutchmanmuseum.org for the latest information.