On Sunday, January 21, 2023, from 2-3:30 PM, Cave Creek Museum will host “The boulders at the Boulders aren’t really boulders.”
According to Evelyn Johnson, the museum’s executive director, popular guest speaker Stephanie Bradley will give an overview of the geology of the Desert Foothills. If the boulders at The Boulders aren’t really boulders, what are they? Why is Black Mountain black? And why do saguaros mostly grow on the west slope? What kind of precious minerals lurk under the earth that drove prospectors to our region? Bradley will bring ancient geology to life in the museum’s historic church.
Reservations are highly recommended, as this has been a standing room only event for the past four years. Members are free and non-members can enjoy the program for a $10 admission ticket. Register at cavecreekmuseum.org. No culture passes.