Wednesday, November 15
Dine & Donate Fundraiser at Black Bear Diner in Cottonwood
Open to Close: 7:00am - 9:00pm
Enjoy a delicious meal in a friendly environment and be part of Dine & Donate! VVAC will receive 20% of all sales tracked through a promo code. You MUST DOWNLOAD the flyer, or pick one up at the Center, that contains the promo code for the VVAC to receive the credit. You do NOT need to be a member to help us with this event. They will feed anybody! Black Bear Diner is famous for their scrumptious breakfasts, lunches, dinners and of course dessert!
Black Bear Diner Located At:
1041 AZ-260 - Corner of 89a and Highway 260
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Due To Your Wonderful Generosity Last Year,
VVAC has Partnered again with the Kiwanis Club of Camp Verde for
A Holiday Toy Drive for the Adopt a Family Program!
Toy Drive Start Date: Tuesday, November 28
Deadline: Thursday, December 14
Bring a NEW TOY for a child ages 1 - 15 years to the museum's lobby and help a child in the Camp Verde area!
VVAC's lobby hours are Tuesdays – Saturdays: 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
This program has been in existence for 36 years serving the children of Camp Verde.
Mata Ortiz Book Presentation,
Book Signing and Pottery Trunk Show
Saturday, December 9, 11:00 am, at VVAC
Join Charmayne Samuelson for a Saturday of deep appreciation for
Mata Ortiz pottery! Charmayne is a best-selling and award-winning
author. Her new book, SPENCER MacCALLUM Memories-Mystique-
Mata Ortiz is an Amazon bestseller!
SPENCER MacCALLUM Memories-Mystique-Mata Ortiz is the definitive authorized biography of the American, Princeton-educated, anthropologist who discovered Mata Ortiz potter, Juan Quezada, and Mata Ortiz pottery. This book is a tale about an incurable explorer and adventurer. Charmayne will present her new book, followed by a book signing and a Mata Ortiz Trunk Show with original one-of-a-kind ceramics available for purchase.
Get a jump start on your Holiday shopping!
Please note, SPENCER MacCALLUM Memories-Mystique-Mata Ortiz will be available for purchase at VVAC.
Reservations are not required. Seating is on a first-come basis.