Native Artist Holiday Market
Saturday, November 12th from 10:00am to 3:00pm
Location: Verde Valley Archaeology Center parking lot
Join VVAC for a full day of artistry and culture! Over a dozen native artists will be present from 10:00am to 3:00pm in the parking lot of VVAC, selling their crafts and performing demonstrations. The event is free and open to the public.
Friday through Sunday, November 11-13
Location: Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts
210 Camp Lincoln Road, Camp Verde
Cost: $12 per person - Members receive a 15% discount
Children under 13 are FREE.
The aim of the Storytellers Cinema is to present the science of archaeology and Indigenous history to the general public through films made by professional and avocational archaeologists and Indigenous people, assuring the promotion and the spreading of these films. The Cinema offers a broad range and varied program featuring films of differing lengths focusing on different periods and themes, but all with one thing in common: to discover and preserve our shared heritage.
See the full film schedule and purchase tickets by clicking HERE.
Thursday, November 17th
Join guide Richard McGaugh for a visit to two of his favorite places, Honanki and Palatki. They are two of the largest cliff dwellings in the Red Rock country and occupied between 1150 – 1350 CE by the Southern Sinagua.
The Ancestral Puebloan People called the Sinagua enjoyed the beauty of the red rocks just as we do today. They were first investigated and described by Dr. Jesse Walter Fewkes, turn-of-the century archaeologist for the Smithsonian Institution.
We will meet at Honanki at 9:30am.
Free for VVAC members, RSVP required