REPRISE! Arizona’s Water with Tom McGuire – Part 2

REPRISE of May 15th's AT CAPACITY program! We know that Arizona is facing a water crisis. How will the current shortages affect us? Does Arizona have enough water? What if we run out of our current sources? What can I do? This presentation will help you understand our current water crisis and Arizona’s water future.

2023-04-18T05:21:01-07:000 Comments

REPRISE! Arizona’s Water – Part 1

REPRISE of May 15th's AT CAPACITY program! We know that Arizona is facing a water crisis. How will the current shortages affect us? Does Arizona have enough water? What if we run out of our current sources? What can I do? This presentation will help you understand our current water crisis and Arizona’s water future.

2023-04-18T05:21:35-07:000 Comments

Kiwanis’ Family Fun Days: KIDS Archaeology Expo

Grab your sunscreen, hat and water bottle and head out to the Cave Creek Museum's Archaeology Expo. Join local organizations to learn about the archaeology of the Cave Creek area through info booths, crafts, and gold-panning. Lots of activities for Kids and Adults! It's a Play & Learn event!

2023-03-01T08:29:05-07:000 Comments

Tucson Adventure Raffle Ticket

TUCSON ADVENTURE RAFFLE! Overnight stay at a Hilton Resort and tickets to THREE of Tucson's most popular tourist destinations. Winning tickets drawn at Cave Creek Museum's Annual Miners' Dinner Fundraiser. You need not be present to win!

2023-03-28T13:01:30-07:000 Comments

Cave Creek Museum Presents: The Saga of the Salt and Its Connection to Cave Creek

Would a very short rest on a journey to Prescott, for Stoneman and his troops, constitute grounds for the designation of Cave Creek town founder in 1870? Let's explore the true founder of Cave Creek or at least the co-founder of Cave Creek and how it all started with the venerable Salt River. This exciting saga will be delivered by Kraig Nelson, Cave Creek Museum's historian, Nuggets' columnist for twelve years who has given presentations not only at the Museum but other venues around metropolitan Phoenix, YouTube, Johns Hopkins University, and over seven years at the only UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic Landmark (and Hohokam site) in the state of Arizona. Prepare to spend an exciting time on the edge of your seats listening to information never delivered before.

2023-03-05T16:36:19-07:000 Comments