Date(s): 03/23/2017 Time: 2:00 am - 3:00 am
This week’s speaker is Jan Cleere, who will be presenting about famous women who played a role in Arizona’s history.
Author, historian, and lecturer Jan Cleere has put together a celebration of women who helped shape Arizona history – early pioneers who were instrumental in settling and civilizing the Territory of Arizona. From artists and healers, teachers and entrepreneurs, women who plowed the land, and those who were instrumental in establishing laws for the new territory of Arizona, many early Arizona women became known for their fortitude in the face of adversity, their confrontation of extraordinary and sometimes dangerous situations, their adventuresome spirits, and their dedication to improving the lives of others. Some of these women gained a degree of celebrity while others remained relatively unknown.
Jan is the award-winning author of five books and also writes a monthly column, “Western Women,” for Tucson’s Arizona Daily Star newspaper that details the lives of some of Arizona’s early amazing women.
The lecture begins at 2:00. Bring your lawn chairs, as seating for this event fills up fast. While you are waiting for the lecture to begin, you can buy a delicious hot dog or tamale from Pat the Hot Dog Lady. Coffee and cookies will be available for purchase with all proceeds going to the museum for continuing education programs.
Don’t forget a hat and sunscreen.
Please, no smoking on the property.
Please put your cell phone on vibrate during the lecture or turn it off.
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Tommy Jackson. Tommy’s jewelry is considered to be “investment quality” jewelry and is collected by many discerning collectors. Tickets will be on sale at all of our events, with the drawing to be held at the conclusion of our lecture series finale musical concert featuring Ron and Tara Houser.You need not be present to win this raffle.
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