Date(s) - 01/19/2013 - 01/20/2013
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Big plans are in the works for the major weekend event in January to be known as “Superstition Mountain Heritage Days” (January 19, and 20, 2013) The focus of this exciting event will be a celebration of that which has emanated from the Superstition Mountains, some of which had prehistoric origins, much more dating from the past few centuries and a great deal that comes from “modern” times.
See what the best dressed ranchers wife wore in the 1880’s. A family, the saloon girls, the shop owners, a proper gentleman and the proper madam. All will be showing authentic 1880’s attire. Please join us at 10:15a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Learn about the language of the fan.
We will remember Apacheland and have Apacheland Alumi participating in our event signing books and autographs. Apacheland Movie Ranch was an important part of the history of the Superstition Mountain area.
This celebration will help to recap our history for the benefit of local residents, as well as those who come here as visitors from all over the country and, in fact the world.
Just a few of the exhibits, special events, and demonstrations will include representatives of the Apache, Hopi, and Navajo Nations. We will have Native American Art, Jewelry, Folk Art, and Basketry.
The Yellowbird Apache Dancers will be present again on Saturday and Sunday
Teton Ken will be the Lost Dutchman for the weekend. Visit his lost mine and pan for gold and gemstones. Bring the kids.
Characters of the West Fashion Show and the Mojave Muleskinners
Blacksmith Eric Grip will be demonstrating the art of Blacksmithing. Eric will have many of his unique items available for sale.
Dave Jones, Master Engraver, will be demonstrating the art of engraving and will have examples of his work on display.
Special dedication and recognition of Johnny’s career will take place in the barn at noon. The new exhibit of Johnny’s boots and boot prints will be dedicated.
Charlie LeSueur, author of “Riding The Hollywood Trail” will be presenting a program in the chapel.
Artist and Vendor Booths
John Bear-Native American flute player and story teller. John will be showing and selling his hand made flutes
Have your “Wanted” photo taken at our jail.
Brown Bear BBQ, Rocking RR Chuckwagon, Native Roots Fry Bread, Pat’s Dogs & Tamales, Kettle Korn and more.
Superstition Mountain Museum