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Meet Father Christmas at Sharlot Hall Museum’s “Frontier Christmas,” Dec. 3

Photo: Living History interpreter Troy Groves shows greeting cards that were printed on the Museum’s 1865 press for Frontier Christmas Frontier Christmas will bring a warm holiday glow to the Sharlot Hall Museum this Saturday evening, December 3, with hot cider, cookies, Victorian-inspired crafts, and more. Families are invited to welcome the season in true

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Sharlot Hall Museum Prepares to Ring In The Season With Holiday Events

Christmastime brought abundant celebration to the young town of Prescott during Victorian times, along with classic holiday traditions that live on today in Sharlot Hall Museum’s family Christmas events. Frontier Christmas will take place Saturday, December 3, immediately after the Courthouse Lighting Ceremony, from 6:00-8:30 p.m. The event welcomes the “Spirit of Christmas Past” across

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Programs & Events for the Whole Family at Sharlot Hall Museum

From youth camps and Living History Adventure days to Sharlot’s Cellar and the Prescott Indian Art Market, the Sharlot Hall Museum has a lot to offer local communities as summer draws to a close. Sharlot’s Cellar, the Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year, happens this Saturday, August 27. Marketed as Prescott’s premier wine event, the

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Living History Adventure Explores Territorial Inventions, August 13 – Sharlot Hall Museum

Photo: Living History interpreters make apple cider, 2018 Explore the machinery of daily life in the Arizona Territory on Saturday, August 13, at the Sharlot Hall Museum’s Living History Adventure. August’s theme, “Ingenious Inventions,” focuses on the implements and instruments that pioneers used in their regular routines. The 19th century brought much innovation and ingenuity


“Good Ol’ Summertime” with Living History, July 9 – Sharlot Hall Museum

Photo: Gold panning This Saturday, July 9, families are invited to celebrate summer the old-fashioned way at the Sharlot Hall Museum during their monthly Living History Adventure. July’s theme: “Good Ol’ Summertime.” Citizens of early Prescott had to find new ways (that didn’t include air conditioning) to keep cool and amuse themselves on hot summer