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Step into Prescott’s Past with Trades & Traditions – Sharlot Hall Museum

Photo: Try your hand at the classic game of the American frontier, Faro How did a blacksmith make a living in a small frontier town like Prescott? What did daily life look like for a merchant? What skills did citizens of Prescott use to support themselves? Find out this Saturday at “Trades & Traditions,” the

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“To The Rodeo, Pardner!”— New Exhibition Opens at Sharlot Hall Museum, June 18

Photo: “Yaqui” Ordunez and Carl Koontz barely miss a catch during the team roping event at Prescott’s rodeo, 1922 (courtesy Sharlot Hall Museum Research Center, call number rod101.1pa) Next month, a new exhibition will open at the Sharlot Hall Museum to celebrate Prescott’s rich rodeo heritage and the 50th anniversary of the Steve McQueen film

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Frontier Fun & Entertainment at the Living History Adventure, May 14 – Sharlot Hall Museum

This Saturday, May 14, the Sharlot Hall Museum will come to life with Living History interpreters, activities, games, and more. The theme, “Entertain Me,” introduces guests to the home-grown pastimes of Territorial Prescott. Early settlers in Arizona often created their own entertainment, from music and socializing to crafts, games, and stories. Community gatherings were popular

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“Get in the Garden” with Living History at Sharlot Hall Museum, April 9

This Saturday at the Sharlot Hall Museum, help kick off the Museum’s 2022 Living History Adventure program series! Living History interpreters portray frontier life in Prescott throughout the Museum’s historic buildings and grounds. This month, they’re welcoming spring by getting their hands dirty in the garden! Springtime meant preparing the garden and cooking new dishes

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Toy-Tastic Day Camp Kicks Off Museum’s 2022 Camps

Board games, hobby horses, and more—just a few of the historically-inspired toys that kids will get to craft for themselves at “Toy-Tastic”, the Sharlot Hall Museum’s first day camp of the year, happening March 16-18. Registration is open, with a few spots left for interested young toymakers. The camp focuses on introducing kids ages 9-12

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