Phippen Art Museum, click for home

Summer Wine at the Phippen with Award-Winning Photographer & Docent, Joe Webster
Saturday, August 11th, 2018 from 2-4PM
Cost $10 (Must be 21 or older to attend)

MonumentValleybyJoeWebsterJoin the museum's continued celebration of summer with a delightful program featuring a special presentation by award-winning photographer and Phippen Docent, Joe Webster. Partake in a light wine libation and some delicious appetizers while Joe shares photos and regales then the audience with stories of America's "Mother Road"...Route 66. 
Joe Webster is an award-winning photographer and historian and his work has been shown in galleries in Phoenix and Prescott. He is currently the president of the Arizona Camera Club Council and past president of the Prescott Camera Club. He has also taught classes and lectured on several subjects in the art of photography and has been published in national publications.
Call (928)778-1385 to make your reservation today.

13th Annual Fall Gathering Barbecue
Saturday, September 15th, 2018 at 5:30PM
Cost $30 per person 

Grab the kids and your dancing boots and come join us for all the fun and entertainment at our annual Fall Gathering Barbecue. Featuring an always popular and delicious ranch-style menu from Big Daddy E's and live entertainment by those talented musicians with Sky Daddy & Lonesome Valley, this commemorative event pays tribute to the museum's roots and its Grand Opening in 1984.
In addition, as is tradition at the Fall Gathering, an induction ceremony for the latest inductee into the Arizona Rancher & Cowboy Hall of Fame will also be held. This year's 2018 inductee is Gail Steiger, a well-known local singer, songwriter, cowboy poet and working cowboy on the Spider Ranch. 
Make your reservation early as this event continually sells out. RSVP at (928)778-1385.

THIRD THURSDAY DINNER PROGRAMS

These extremely popular dinner programs provide attendees with delicious dinner selections in a great atmosphere featuring some of the most entertaing guests imaginable. From re-enactors and musicians, to aritsts and historians, our special programming leaves a lasting impression on all those in attendance and keeps them coming back for more.

Where Biography Meets Historical Fiction: Sedona Schnebly with author & historian, Lisa Schnebly-Heidinger
Thursday, October 18th, 2018 at 5:30PM
Cost $30 (Museum Members $25)

Since doing the first interview with one of Sedona’s daughters, 35 years passed before the final page of this biography was written. This is the journal her great-granddaughter wishes she had found in the family archives. Hear passages from the manuscript and how family stories were handled, as well as the cultural and family research process that plays a part in crafting a historically accurate biography. 
RSVP at (928)778-1385.