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The Del E. Webb Center’s summer favorite, Camp Imagination, has been cancelled in its physical form this year due to COVID-19 concerns. However, the show will go on with Virtual Camp Imagination.

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The Wickenburg Art Club (WAC) is pleased to announce Tesha Stewart as the recipient of the WAC College Scholarship for 2020. Stewart is an outstanding student and talented artist who impressed the WAC scholarship committee with her inventive digital art.

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Ginny and Dick Devore pose with the Felon at Jail Tree when it was still at J. Seward Johnson’s workshop in New Jersey. Johnson passed away March 10 in Florida. (Courtesy)

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“Cowgirl Up!” Zoom Party – On May 15 we will be hosting a live Zoom party with a few of the artists as we tour the closed-to-the-public Miniatures Gallery of “Cowgirl Up!”. From the comfort of home, wherever you may be, shop and enjoy the exhibition with personal shoppers standing by via pho…

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A protester at the rally in downtown Saturday, May 9 covered the “Wind on the Mesa” statue of a Native American woman with an American flag. The rally was to show support for restaurants that chose to not comply with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s stay-at-home order in the name of freedom and lib…

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We are close to ending the most unusual month of April most of us have ever experienced. And while many elements have been frightening and unpredictable, I think we can all agree that through the fog we have found a community able to shine like a beacon. The amount of support for non-profits…

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Education: For those looking for something to do with the family at home, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum has online coloring sheets, “how to” art experiments and lessons based on some of the camps, school field trips and family days the museum has hosted over the years with the help of…

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In the last few weeks, it seems the entire world has gone virtual. We are learning to stay connected with one another remotely and enjoy programs, events, or even exhibitions from the safety and comfort of our own computers.

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In light of the ongoing and ever-changing circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum (DCWM) has made the difficult decision to close its doors to the public beginning Saturday, March 21 with no defined date of reopening.

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Following the directives issued by the CDC and Gov. Doug Ducey, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum has canceled “Cowgirl Up!” Opening Weekend festivities scheduled for March 27-29. We are thoroughly disappointed to not host the festivities for Opening Weekend; however, the exhibition and s…

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The Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts has decided to cancel its three remaining shows in their season of performances (Live from Laurel Canyon, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and PIAF! The Show). Guys Who Grill, the fundraiser for Camp Imagination, has been postponed.

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The Desert Caballeros Western Museum has become a top destination for visitors seeking a true Western experience. The Museum is always seeking to find new ways to bring people to Wickenburg, one way is by increasing visual exposure.

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Events: “Hyenas in Petticoats - How Women Struggled Against Every Dirty Trick in the Books to the Win the Vote!” As we celebrate the 100th birthday of the 19th Amendment in 2020, it’s time to look back at the enormous effort it took for women to be granted full citizenship and the vote.

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Events: On Thursday, Feb. 27, New York Times best seller and brother to Sandra Day O’Connor, H. Alan Day, will be in the Cultural Crossroads Learning Center at 11 a.m. discussing his latest book “Cowboy Up! Life Lessons from Lazy B.” The event is included with purchase of admission, and memb…

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In March, the tenth annual “Guys Who Grill” competition will be held at the Wickenburg Community Center, 160 North Valentine Street, on Saturday, March 21 from 11:30 am to 2 p.m. Proudly sanctioned by AZBarbeque and the Barbeque Championship Series, this fun-filled community event is open to…

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Desert Caballeros Western Museum adjunct Curator of History Dr. Eduardo Pagán will speak about the infamous “Bisbee Deportation” at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 21 in the Cultural Crossroads Learning Center. Pagán will shed light on why this event happened and the lasting effects of its legacy on mi…