The Pioneers’ Cemetery Association and The City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department are proud to present the 36th annual Memorial Day Observance.
Featuring Historic groups from:
The First Families, SW Civil War Association,
The Daughters of the American Revolution, Buffalo Soldiers, etc.; A variety of lodges, genealogical societies, Masons,
And representatives from Historic Organizations in full Regalia
Highlighting P&MMP historic veterans,
Victorian Fashion display in 1897 Smurthwaite House,
Guided Tours of the Seven Historic Cemeteries,
Music, and Light Refreshments
Join us on Gracie's Patio some FREE BINGO + OK prizes +Drink Specials = FUN.
Now with delightful heaters!
Maybe you'll get a chance to spin the prize wheel?
When: Wed, April 24th 7-9p
Where: Gracie's Tax Bar, 711 N. 7th St.
Arizona’s history of the LGBTQ community begins long before Arizona was a state with the Native American belief of two-spirits, continues on through to the seismic shift of Marriage Equality. There are some surprises along the way as we talk about artists such as Keith Haring and George Quaintance. There is also the little known story of Nicolai De Raylan. This multi-media presentation includes music, video clips, still photos, and Shore’s storytelling magic.
Marshall Shore, Arizona’s Hip Historian. His passion is uncovering the weird, the wonderful, and the obscure treasures from our past: the semi-forgotten people, places, and events that have made us who we are today. Shore uses storytelling magic, found film footage, old photographs, ephemera, and artifacts to bring our state’s heritage to life in entertaining and educational presentations.