A concert of toe-tappin’ and exuberant Country, Western, Bluegrass and Gospel music performed by Ron Houser and his daughter Tara Houser-Jones will close the season-long free lecture series at Superstition Mountain Museum on Thursday, April 6, at 2 p.m. The well-known local entertainers will combine their beautiful voices and their expertise playing the guitar and fiddle in a special concert sure to delight music fans.
Their performance will end the 2017 season’s presentations on a high note. Also at this event, the winning raffle ticket will be drawn for the beautiful coral and silver necklace and earring set made by Native American Master Silversmith Tommy Jackson that is the top prize for the museum’s season-long Fundraising Raffle.
The concert will be held in the museum’s outdoor amphitheater so attendees should bring a lawn chair or cushion to sit on.