Saviors and Saints on the Arizona Frontier with Jan Cleere

Cochise College Downtown Center 2600 E Wilcox Dr, Sierra Vista

Health care in early Arizona was hardly reliable and frequently nonexistent. Often, settlers were on their own when tragedy struck with women taking on the responsibility for the well-being of […]


Set in Stone but Not in Meaning: Southwestern Rock Art with Allen Dart

SOCIAL HALL WEST of R.H. Johnson Recreation Center 19803 N. R.H. Johnson Blvd, Sun City West, AZ, United States

Ancient American Indian petroglyphs (symbols carved or pecked on rocks) and pictographs (rock paintings) are claimed by some to be forms of writing for which meanings are known. But are […]


Arizona’s Vintage Signs: Lighting the Future with Marshall Shore

Velma Teague Library - (VTL Meeting Room) 7010 N 58th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301 7010 N 58th Avenue, Glendale, AZ, United States

Arizona has become a hotbed of preserving vintage signage and neon. No wonder, with the rise of Arizona and automobile travel in the 40s, 50s and 60s. Thousands of people […]


He/She/They: Why Pronouns Matter with Erick Tanchez

Chandler-Gilbert Community College 2626 E Pecos RD Chandler, AZ 85225 2626 E Pecos RD, Chandler, AZ, United States

There has been a lot of attention on pronouns in the news headlines recently—from state bills aimed at regulating pronouns in the classroom to social media platforms offering pronoun options. […]


A Free Press: Cornerstone of Democracy with Gail Rhodes

Sedona Public Library in the Village, Si Birch Community Room 25 West Saddlehorn Road, Sedona

The first amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects press freedom. Freedom of the press is important because it plays a vital role in informing citizens about public affairs and monitoring […]


Our River Stories: The Gila and the Salt with Zarco Guerrero

San Tan Historical Society Museum 20425 S. Old Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, AZ, United States

Join Zarco for a series of stories that share the vibrant and tragic history of water and the River People, over a 2,000 year period. Beginning with the Toltec trade […]


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