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Pueblo Grande Museum

Exhibit Celebrates Image of the Saguaro V & MARIE ED TY IA

It has anchored countless movie sets, graced countless advertisements and tourist souvenirs and inspired artists and photographers for generations. The saguaro cactus is an undeniable image of the desert Southwest. The Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix celebrates the saguaro’s iconographic power, imagery and symbolism in a show that runs through March 1, 2004. The exhibition, “Saguaro: Popular Image and Cultural Icon,” is on loan from Tohono Chul Park. It features artwork that demonstrates how the well-recognized cactus has become a popular representation of the American West. Other works illustrate the saguaro’s significance as a cultural symbol. Work from contemporary artists in a

variety of media include: Paul Mirocha’s tongue-in-cheek painting of Arizona Cactus Frog depicts a frog in a cactus-like skin and is accompanied by a satirical biological description. Stu Jenks observes the desert sentinels in his nighttime photography. Adriel Heisey’s aerial photographs offer a unique perspective on saguaros in both natural and artificial environments. Pueblo Grande Museum is located at 4619 E. Washington St. and is open Monday through Saturday from 9 am 4:45 pm and on Sundays from 1 - 4:45 pm. Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for children ages six to 17 and free for kids under six. Admission for seniors (over age 55) is $1.50. For more information, go www.pueblogrande.com or call 602495-0901.

Do You Want Gold?

Event at AZ Mining & Mineral Museum FA FU MILY N

Did you ever wonder where to look for gold? If you knew where to look, HOW to get the gold out of the ground? Come along to the 13th Annual Prospector’s Family Day on Saturday, Feb 21 and find out! Some activities are free and some require a small fee - but all are lots of fun. For no charge, admire and learn from the craft demonstrations - gem faceting, sphere making, inlay, wire wrapping, carving and cabochon making - and equipment demonstrations. Kids will enjoy jewelry making and making a pet rock or refrigerator magnet. The Museum Gift Shop is having a sale for this one day only.

How about gold? Satisfy your desire for this beautiful metal with Gold Panning ($1.50) - guaranteed gold in every pan! You can also try “shooting” with a metal detector ($1.50) - for guaranteed treasure each time. Members of the Arizona Prospector’s Association will be at the museum to answer your questions. The AZ Mining & Mineral Museum is located at 1502 W. Washington, Phoenix (Northwest corner of 15th Ave and Washington). Event hours are 10am-4pm and there is FREE admission and parking. For more information call 602-255-3795, Ext 10 or check out the website: www.admmr.state.az.us

Nature & Ecology

Arboretum at Flagstaff 4001 S. Woody Mt. Rd. 928-774-1442

Grand Canyon Caverns Peach Springs, 928-422-3223

Navajo Nation Zoological & Botanical Park Window Rock, 928-871-6573 Space, Science & Technology

Lowell Observatory 1400 Mars Hill Rd., Flagstaff 928-774-3358

Colorado River Arts & Music

Dury Lane Repertory Players P.O. Box 1727, Lake Havasu City, 86405 928-453-9466 History and Heritage

Arizona Historical Society Century House Museum 240 Madison Avenue, Yuma 928-782-1841

Hi-Jolly Monument Bus. Rte. 1-10, Quartzsite 928-669-2174

Mohave Museum of History & Arts 400 W. Beale St., Kingman 928-753-3195

Lake Havasu Museum of History 320 London Bridge Rd., Lake Havasu City 928-854-4938

Central Arizona Arts & Music

Arizona Opera 4600 N.12th Street, Phoenix 602-266-7464

Arizona State University Art Museum Nelson Fine Arts Center, Tempe 480-965-2787

Arizona Theatre Company

Northern Arizona Arts & Music

Flagstaff Symphony 113A E. Aspen, Flagstaff 928-774-5107

Phippen Art Museum 4701 Highway 89 North, Prescott 928-778-1385

Prescott Fine Arts Association 208 N.Marina, Prescott 928-445-3286

Sedona Arts Center N.Hwy 89A, Sedona 928-282-3809

Sedona Cultural Park 1725 W. Hwy Sedona, 800-780-2787 History and Heritage

Apache County Historical Society Museum 180 W. Cleveland, St. Johns 928-337-4737

Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum 2340 N. Fort Valley Rd., Flagstaff 928-774-6272

Clemenceau Heritage Museum 1 N. Willard St., Cottonwood 928-634-2868

Casa Malpais Archaeological Park & Museum Come Visit this Premier Archaeological Site in the scenic White Mountains. Tours daily at 9 & 11am, 2pm. Admission: Adults $5; Students 10-18 & Seniors $4. Under 10 $3 Call to confirm.

928-333-5375

318 Main St., Springerville, Az 85938

Grand Canyon Railway Museum 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 800-843-8724

Jerome Historical Society 200 Main St., Jerome 928-634-5477

John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum 6 N.Lake Powell Blvd., Page 928-645-9496

Little House Museum Springerville, 928-333-2286

Museum of Northern Arizona 3101 N. Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff (3 miles north of downtown Flagstaff), 928-774-5213

Navajo County Museum

502 W. Roosevelt, Phoenix 602-256-6899

ASU Art Museum, Matthews Center & New Fine Arts Center ASU Campus, Tempe 480-965-2874

Ballet Arizona 3645 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix 602-381-0184

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Fleischer Museum 17207 N.Perimeter Dr, Scottsdale 480-585-3108

Great Arizona Puppet Theatre 302 W. Latham St., Phoenix 602-262-2050

Mesa Arts Center & Galeria Mesa 155 N.Center, Mesa 480-644-2242

Phoenix Symphony 455 N.3rd St., Phoenix 602-495-1117

Phoenix Theatre 100 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix 602-254-2151

Scottsdale Center for the Arts 7380 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale 480-994-2787

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art 7380 E. 2nd St, Scottsdale 480-994-2787

Scottsdale Symphony Orchestra 3817 N.Brown, Scottsdale 480-945-8071

Southwest Shakespeare Company P.O.Box 30595, Mesa 480-641-7039

West Valley Museum of Art 17420 N. Ave. of the Arts, Surprise 623-972-0635 History and Heritage

Arizona Hall of Flame Museum 11010 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-255-2110

Arizona Historical Society Museum 1300 N. College Ave., Tempe, 480-929-0292

Arizona State Capitol Museum 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-542-4581

Arizona Wing of Commemorative Air Force Museum 2017 N. Greenfield Road, Mesa, 480-924-1940

Bead Museum 5754 W. Glenn Dr., Glendale, 623-930-7395

Cave Creek Museum P.O. Box 1, Cave Creek, Arizona, 480-488-2764

Chandler Historical Museum 178 E. Commonwealth, Chandler, 480-782-2717

Casa Grande Historical & Archaelogical Museum 110 W. Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, 520-836-2223

Desert Caballeros Western Museum 21 North Frontier St., Wickenburg 928-684-2272

Chandler Center for the Arts 250 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler 480-786-2682

Cobre Valley Center for the Arts 101 N. Broad St., Globe 928-425-0884

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Sharlot Hall Museum 415 W, Gurley St., Prescott 928-445-3122

Show Low Historical Society Museum 541 E. Duece of Clubs, Show Low 928-532-7115

Smoki Museum Inc. 147 N. Arizona St., Prescott 928-445-1230

White Mountain Apache Museum Fort Apache, 928-338-4625

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TUBAC PRESIDIO STATE HISTORIC PARK Tubac, Az 520-398-2252 Arizona’s first European settlement. Living history programs depicting the 18th century. Museum, schoolhouse, exhibits, gift shop and picnic facilities.

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