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Join Us for Annual Events!

The Eastern Arizona Museum and Historical Society sponsors annual events to promote learning and raise funds to support the Museum.

Events

Check out our Facebook page for current information on each of these events. 

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February 1st: : Held in April every year, Heritage Days celebrates the founding of Pima on April 8th 1879. Activities include a BBQ dinner followed by a cowboy breakfast the following morning consisting of pancakes, eggs, bacon and fresh Dutch oven biscuits covered with sausage gravy or homemade jams. Volunteers prepare and serve the food while community members mingle and visit after breakfast. Often combined with All School reunions or reunions for specific classes, this event helps us to reconnect with classmates and friends we don’t see regularly. All funds raised are for the museum and help to keep it open and operating throughout the year.  

Heritage Days
 

April 19 and 20, 2024: Held in April every year, Heritage Days celebrates the founding of Pima on April 8th 1879. Activities include a BBQ dinner followed by a cowboy breakfast the following morning consisting of pancakes, eggs, bacon and fresh Dutch oven biscuits covered with sausage gravy or homemade jams. Volunteers prepare and serve the food while community members mingle and visit after breakfast. Often combined with All School reunions or reunions for specific classes, this event helps us to reconnect with classmates and friends we don’t see regularly. All funds raised are for the museum and help to keep it open and operating throughout the year.  

4th of July Breakfast

4th of July pancake breakfast. (Thursday, this year!) Early in the morning every 4th of July, Eastern Arizona Museum and Historical Society combines with the Town of Pima to recognize and honor our independence. A flag raising and pancake, eggs and bacon breakfast is held at Heritage Park next to the Pima Fire Station. Cost for this event is kept low: $3 a plate and free to all Veterans and active military members.    

Fright at the Museum

Thanks to Clint Woods for a successful Fright at the Museum fundraiser!

Faced with deteriorating buildings and large amounts of necessary repairs, museum board members decided to think outside the box when it came to fundraisers. The idea was pitched to start a haunted house in the WM Carter Farm Museum. Started in 2019, the haunted house runs for four nights the week of Halloween. The goal of this event is to raise money for repairs as well as provide an event for the youth of the Gila Valley that is both safe and enjoyable. It has run every year since 2019 and each year it gets bigger and raises more for the museum. We have made significant repairs and upgrades to all three  buildings over the past few years and funds raised at the haunted house have gone a long way to help make those repairs happen. Fright at the Museum is staffed 100% from volunteers from the community. It takes a small army of volunteers to pull this event off and we are always looking for more help. Board member Clint Woods is the contact for any haunted house related questions.

Quarterly Newsletter

Give us your email address on the main page and we will include you on the mailing list for the Quarterly Newsletter full of historical information and upcoming events!

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