Popular programs kick off Jan. 7
The Arizona Lecture Series is proud to present its 2019 season lineup. The first lecture is on Monday, January 7, 2019. Doors open at 6 p.m., with the lecture starting at 7 p.m. All presentations are held at the Performing Arts Center on the campus of the Apache Junction High School.
Tickets are $5 per show (available one week prior to event). Season tickets for the 12 lecture series are $50.
Tickets may be purchased on the night of the event at the box office window, or in advance at the Apache Junction Unified School District office, 1575 W. Southern Ave., Apache Junction (office closed for Winter Break Dec. 24-Jan. 2), or online via credit card at www.AJUSD.org, under the Payment Center. Advance purchase is recommended for this popular series. Season tickets will also be sold at the box office window on the night of the first lecture.
We look forward to seeing you for another fun-filled season! Whether you come for one evening or the entire series, we guarantee that you will leave with a greater appreciation for Arizona, its people and places.
For more information, please contact Zach Lundquest at 480-982-1110 x2250.
2019 Arizona Lecture Series Line Up:
- January 7 – Bill Harrison: “Legends of the Superstition Mountains”
- January 14 – Erik Berg: “Aviators and the Archaeologists: The Lindberghs’ 1929 Southwest Aerial Survey”
- January 21 – Marshall Trimble: “Trimble Tales”
- January 28 – Brad Dimmock: “The Three Grand Canyon River Legends”
- February 4 – Gregory McNamee: “Cowpokes, Crooks and Cactus: Arizona in the Movies”
- *February 11 – Bill Harrison: “Annie Oakley-A Lady, A Sharpshooter, A Legend
- February 18 – Jim Turner: “The Four Corner States”
- *February 25 – Wildman Phil Rakoci: “Desert Dwellers”
- March 4 – Wyatt Earp: “Wyatt Earp: Life on the Frontier”
- March 11 – Bill Harrison: “Arizona-Stepping Stone to the Moon”
- March 18 – Kevin Schindler: “Dauntless Courage and Boundless Ambition: The Life of Buckey O’Neill”
- March 25 – Jack San Felice: “Stagecoach Robbery Trail”
*Editor’s Note: Brochure dates are incorrect for these two performances. Lectures are always on Monday nights, as shown here.