Lecture – Ron Feldman – Is the Mammoth Mine the Lost Dutchman Mine?

Pink Icon Man - Lecture Event Date(s): 03/02/2017     Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Drawn to Arizona in 1968 by legends of lost gold mines and the western mythology of Zane Grey, Ron Feldman has become an authority on lost mines and regional history. He established one of the most successful stables in the Southwest, the outfitting and guide service known as the O.K. Corral Stables. He currently holds a treasure trove pRon Feldmanermit from the United States Forest Service to excavate a treasure in the Superstition Wilderness. He is the author of several books, has appeared many times on national television, and is a guest lecturer at Central Arizona College. Ron will discuss the possibility of the Mammoth Mine being the legendary Lost Dutchman Gold Mine.

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.

Buy a raffle ticket! As a Self-supporting organization that receives no federal, state, or local funding, we rely on revenues generated by our gift shops, events, and fundraisers. As one of our fundraisers, at each week’s lecture we raffle off an item from our gift shop, usually something that is related to the lecture topic for the day. Raffle tickets are priced at 1 for $1, or 6 for $5. Winning tickets are drawn from tickets sold that day. Winner must be present to win.

Don’t forget to buy some tickets for this season’s special fundraising raffle of an exquisite coral and silver necklace and earring set created by the renowned Native 2016-2017 Season fundraising raffle prize - exquisite coral and silver necklace and earring set handmade by renowned Native American master silversmith Tommy Jackson.American Navajo Silversmith

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.

We appreciate your support and participation in our raffle fundraisers.

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