FEBRUARY 13, 2013

‘NIGHTS AT NORTH’ highlights Navajo Weaving

HEARD MUSEUM NORTHPHOENIX – The Heard Museum Council Presents Nights at North, Heard Museum North Scottsdale’s winter evening series, continues into February with a special Wednesday evening of fellowship, food and drink – and, of course, art. Enjoy a reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by a lecture at 6:30 p.m. The Shop will be open until 6:30 p.m. for last-minute Valentine’s Day shopping. Free to Heard Museum members; free to the public with museum admission.

On Wednesday, Feb. 20 join Ann Lane Hedlund, Ph.D. for Contemporary Navajo Weaving in a Historical Context, a conversation on the landscape of Navajo weaving from the past and current themes of today. Hedlund is the curator of ethnology at the Arizona State Museum in Tucson, director of the Gloria F. Ross Tapestry Program and a professor in the University of Arizona’s School of Anthropology.

FEBRUARY 13, 2013

Help keep wildlife wild

FLAGSTAFF – Although it is winter in most parts of the state, wildlife encounters still occur. The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants to pass along a few reminders to avoid conflicts with wildlife and how you can help keep wildlife wild.

FEBRUARY 13, 2013

Bring your sweetheart and saddle up for a romantic Valentine’s Day

Cave Creek Trail Rides create magical, memorable moments

CAVE CREEK – Valentine’s Day is approaching quickly.  Are you wracking your brain for something new to surprise your special someone?  How about a Sunset Trail Ride on horseback riding along a Sonoran Desert trail in Cave Creek Regional Park?

FEBRUARY 13, 2013

Arizona’s 101st Statehood Day celebration features Arizona’s 48 Most Intriguing Women Luncheon

PHOENIX – Arizona’s 48 Most Intriguing Women (a Centennial Legacy Project), the Arizona Historical Advisory Commission and the Arizona Centennial Commission will celebrate Arizona’s 101st Statehood Day on Thursday, February 14 at several State Capitol sites.

FEBRUARY 13, 2013

Recently released Mexican wolf recaptured after pair failed to bond

Potential to breed in captivity greater for male wolf

PHOENIX  –  The Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project’s Interagency Field Team (IFT) recaptured a radio-collared 4-year-old male Mexican wolf, designated M1133, last week near Reserve, N.M.

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