Date(s): 03/28/2019 Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
On March 28, Richard Lapidus talks about Arizona reptiles and snakes
On March 28, the thirteenth lecture of our 2019 weekly lecture series, will be Richard Lapidus, who will be introducing you to the venomous reptiles of Arizona.
Richard Lapidus has been a high school English teacher, a businessman and a writer. He is passionate about reptiles and the old west. His articles on these subjects have appeared in national magazines, major newspapers, history and college journals, and in books by other authors. Richard Lapidus has been the master of ceremonies of a major western book event for nine years in a row. He is a former vice president of The Western Outlaw-Lawman Association (WOLA). He is a member of the Western Writers of America. Richard currently lives in Henderson, Nevada.
Before and after the lecture, Richard will be selling his books on the patio.
Don’t miss this presentation!
The lecture begins at 2:00, this Thursday, March 28th. Before you find your seat, go see the Big Trains, which will be running every Lecture Thursday from 10 to 1, and the Stamp Mill will run at 1:00 every week.
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 hold a 50/50 raffle, with half the cash collected going to the lucky winner. Second prize is 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.
The season-long raffle is a 50/50 drawing, with tickets selling for $5.00 each. At the season-finale musical concert, the winning tickets will win half of the cash this raffle has collected. The winner need not be present to win.