Museum ready to reopen

Gary Sprague “The Singing Cowboy” and Dusty

On November 18, the Cave Creek Museum will reopen officially, celebrating the 2020-2021 Season Opening with everyone who visits the Museum. The museum will be open from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm, including a very special Kitchen and Garden Boutique, hosted by Rita Treat. The Hibachibot food truck will be on site, selling the delicious Korean barbecue that its owners Virginia Schenck and Eddy Sparr are known for. Entertainment will be provided by Gary Sprague ‘The Singing Cowboy’ and Dusty, his famous horse. Everyone is invited to stop by! And if you can’t make it on Opening Day, then be sure to visit the Museum for one of the monthly Stamp Mill Demonstrations and Kiwanis Family Sundays … or anytime.

Kiwanis Family Sundays are held once a month and cover a variety of interesting topics. “Kiwanis Family Sundays are a chance for kids to experience the Museum and participate in varying educational events,” stated Museum Program Coordinator Remington Pettus, “I want to encourage children of all ages to get a chance to learn, while making it fun!”

The Cave Creek Museum is located at 6140 E. Skyline Drive, Cave Creek and is open Wednesdays through Sundays, 11:30 am to 4:30 pm. Please visit the Cave Creek Museum website for all CDC-compliant guidelines.