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Summer Wine at the Phippen with Master Docent, Marsha Painton
Saturday, June 9th, 2018 from 2-4PM
Cost $10 (Must be 21 or older to attend)
Join us as we kick off summer with this delightful new program featuring a special presentation by Master Docent, Marsha Painton. Partake in light wine libations and delicious appetizers while listening to the remarkable story of Cynthia Ann Parker: Indian Captive & Frontier Legend. Parker was snatched from her family's Texas compound by Comanche and is arguably the most famous Indian captive in American frontier history. But what is fact or myth? Find out at this special presentation. Call (928)778-1385 to reserve your seat today.

 

Summer Wine at the Phippen with Award-Winning Photographer & Docent, Joe Webster
Saturday, August 11th, 2018 from 2-4PM
Cost $10 (Must be 21 or older to attend)
MonumentValleybyJoeWebsterJoin the museum's continued celebration of summer with a delightful program featuring a special presentation by award-winning photographer and Phippen Docent, Joe Webster. Partake in a light wine libation and some delicious appetizers while Joe shares photos and regales then the audience with stories of America's "Mother Road"...Route 66. Before retiring from the Arizona Historical Society, Jim Turner worked with more than 70 museums in every corner of the state and is co-author of the 4th-grade textbook The Arizona Story. His pictorial history book, Arizona: Celebration of the Grand Canyon State, was a 2012 Southwest Books of the Year selection. Call (928)778-1385 to make your reservation today. 

THIRD THURSDAY DINNER PROGRAMS

These extremely popular dinner programs provide attendees with delicious dinner selections in a great atmosphere featuring some of the most entertaing guests imaginable. From re-enactors and musicians, to aritsts and historians, our special programming leaves a lasting impression on all those in attendance and keeps them coming back for more.

Where Biograpy Meets Historical Fiction: Sedona Schnebly with author & historian, Lisa Schnebly-Heidinger
Thursday, October 18th, 2018 at 5:30PM
Cost $30 (Museum Members $25)
Since doing the first interview with one of Sedona’s daughters, 35 years passed before the final page of this biography was written. This is the journal her great-granddaughter wishes she had found in the family archives. Hear passages from the manuscript and how family stories were handled, as well as the cultural and family research process that plays a part in crafting a historically accurate biography. 
RSVP at (928)778-1385.