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 Saturday, April 12  

Barbara Hanson will lead a hike in the Whetstones up a riparian canyon. Wear hiking boots or sturdy shoes, bring lunch, water, etc. Limited to 12 hikers only. Call Barbara directly at: 520-686-0624 to sign up and get more details.


Navajo Trunk Show

Saturday, May 3, 2014


10am - 4pm


Join Sally Martinez of Martinez Indian Arts from Kayenta Arizona for this trunk show featuring Navajo art.


Sally is a Dine' (Navajo) woman representing various Dine' artists.  Sally will have a wide variety of arts including pottery, baskets, weavings, folk art, and much more.


Free with Museum Admission.


Talk and Book Signing

Saturday, May 3, 2014

1 p.m.

Join Dr. John Ware for the public unveiling of his new book A Pueblo Social History. There will be a short program and book signing.


Saturday, May 24, 2014

1:30 p.m.

Location Filming in Arizona

Join Lili DeBarbieri for a short program on the history of filmmaking in Arizona. Here new book will be available and a book signing will follow her program.

Free with museum admission



April 30—May 5, 2014


The “Sky Island” mountain ranges of southeast Arizona, rich in both human history and biological diversity, will be the focus of this 5-day tour. Staying in Amerind’s elegant and historic Fulton House in spectacular Texas Canyon, participants will set out each day for active explorations accompanied by experts in geology, archaeology, history, botany, the borderlands, and much more!.


Price: $1200 per person, double occupancy, includes all meals & gratuities, transportation, and fees.


A $200 non-refundable, tax deductible deposit will reserve a space on the tour and is due at time of registration.


To reserve a place on this tour please contact Deni Mitchell at 520.586.3666 ext. 17 or deni@amerind.org.



Pueblo World Tour

May 17 - 23, 2014


Join John Ware, Porter Swentzell (Santa Clara), and Connie Eichstaedt for a seven day tour of the Ancestral Pueblo world to visit the sites highlighted in Ware’s new book from the SAR Press, A Pueblo Social History.


We'll visit the contemporary Pueblos of Jemez and Acoma, and the Ancestral Pueblo sites in Chaco, Mesa Verde, the San Juan River Gorge,  and Canyon de Chelly.




$2500 (double occupancy) $400 single supplement  additional fee


$400 nonrefundable tax deductible deposit required at registration.


To register, or for more info, please contact Deni Mitchell at 520-586-3666 ext. 17 or deni@amerind.org.


Barbara Teller Ornelas and Lynda Teller Pete, sisters and 5th generation weavers, originally from Two Grey Hills, grew up learning the traditional tapestry weaving of the area.


While instructing and demonstrating, these sisters share personal stories and experiences, giving insights into the world of Navajo weaving. At the end of the week you will go home with a one of a kind 8.5” x 10.5” rug.


Price: Members: $1,000 Non-members: $1200

Price includes meals, lodging (shared accommodations), the use of a fully prepared loom, and tools. You will only need to purchase your wool for weaving (available at the class for $24-$35 depending on the number of colors you use.) An optional class on warping is scheduled for Saturday, September 14 for an additional $225.


A nonrefundable, tax-deductible $200 deposit is due upon registration.


Please email deni@amerind.org for further information or call 520-586-3666 to register.




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