More Events will be Listed in the Dec. issue of the PRT

November 5 : 6:00p.m. Art Opening and Photography Exhibit with Kayla Lewis-Simpson and Gooch Godwin – At the Patagonia Museum

This will be a three-week exhibition held at The Patagonia Museum and will be open for public viewing during museum open hours.

November 9: 10:00a.m. StoryWalk and Book Discussion for Elementary Students: Fry Bread – At the Patagonia Town Park

Laura and Cassina will lead participating elementary school classes on a walk through the park reading “Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story” by Kevin Noble Maillard. The event will culminate with a book discussion and fry bread demonstration at the Patagonia Creative Arts Association.

November 10: 6:30 pm – 7:30p.m. Our River Stories: The Gila and the Salt – At Patagonia Public Library Join Zarco Guerrero for a series of stories that share the vibrant and tragic history of water and the River People, over a 2,000-year period.

November 13: 7:00p.m Author Reading and Discussion with Brian Jabas Smith – At Tin Shed Theater Tucson author and journalist Brian Jabas Smith will read selections from his new book of Tucson Salvage columns accompanied by a new documentary directed by his wife Maggie Smith. 

November 17: 4:00p.m. Book Discussion: “Crazy Brave” At Patagonia Library

November 20: 7:00p.m. Music and Storytelling with Randy 

Granger – At Tin Shed Theater Native American flute player and storyteller, Randy Granger, will present a program of flute music and storytelling. 

December 3: 6p.m. Indigenous Film Series “Rumble, The Indians Who Rocked the World” – At Tin Shed Theater