Date(s): 01/19/2013 - 01/20/2013 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Yellowbird Apache Dancers will return to the museum again for two days of sharing their heritage through music and dance.
Hank Sheffer, “The Old Story Teller” will be signing his books and talking about the history of Apacheland.
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 signing books and giving a presentation in the Elvis Chapel.
Jane Eppinga, author of several book about Arizona will b on the patio signing her new publication about Apache Junction and the Superstition Mountains. Jane will present a power point presentation in the Elvis Chapel.
We have added the wording Heritage Days to broaden the scope of the event to include more of the history of the Superstitions, not just Apacheland. Apacheland is an important part of the heritage of the Superstitions, but not all of it. We will host a weekend full of events relating the history of this magnificent area.