Join us from 9 to 4 on Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Mar. 9, 10 &11, 2018 for our annual “Magic of Mexican Artistry” event. Master potters, weavers, jewelers, and wood carvers from Mexico will be set up on the Grounds, in the Barn, and on the Patio, demonstrating their processes and selling their art.
Gold Canyon resident Karen Perry’s tragic loss of her three children and their father when their airplane crashed into the Superstition Mountains on Thanksgiving eve seven years ago was a shocking disaster which wrenched the hearts of the entire East Valley community and the nation. Karen’s courage and perseverance in the face of such insurmountable tragedy has also become a beacon of inspiration for others like herself who have, or are, undergoing family tragedy and difficult healing times.
Karen will be talking about how she dealt with the heartbreaking loss of her children and how she came to write the book, “Angels Three”.
Local Authors and Artists invade the museum grounds Saturday, February 10, from 9 to 4.
Join us on Saturday, February 10th, from 9 to 4, for our annual Authors and Artists Event.
“Sampling at the Superstitions”, Saturday, February 3rd, from 4 to 6pm.
Come join us for our First Annual Fundraiser to help us raise funds for our planned museum expansion. For more details and to purchase tickets, click HERE.
This week’s lecture will be presented by Marshall Trimble, the renowned Arizona historian known as “Will Rogers of Arizona”. Mr. Trimble will be speaking about “Lawmen and Outlaws” of Arizona.
Mark your calendars! Heritage Days is coming! January 13th and 14th, from 9 to 4 each day, featuring the world-renowned Yellow Bird Dancers! Fun! Food! Entertainment!
The Stamp Mill guys will be running eight Demonstrations of the Stamp Mill in January. Come out and watch them crush rock!
The 2018 Lecture Series kicks off on Thursday January 4th, with Teton Ken’s presentation about the Lost Dutchman and his Mine, and runs every Thursday at 2:00 up through the series finale musical concert by the Housers on April 5th.
We have an exciting line-up of speakers this season. Lectures begin at 2:00. Come early and bring your lawn chairs, as seating is limited
If you are looking for an interesting intimate setting for your upcoming wedding, you might want to consider booking the Elvis Memorial Chapel.The majestic Superstitions Mountains provide a gorgeous backdrop for your wedding photos.
We book weddings year-round.
Come watch the Stamp Mill run in December. The guys at the Mill have scheduled demos for Saturday December 9 at 11:00, during the Holiday Boutique, and again on Saturday, December 16th at 10:00.
The Big Trains will also be running those days from 10 to 2, so here is your opportunity to see both of our prized attractions on the same day.