Cave Creek Museum will feature Arizona’s Water on Saturday, April 15, 2023 from 2-4 PM at the museum.
“We know that Arizona is facing a water crisis,” says Evelyn Johnson, the museum’s executive director. “How will the current shortages affect us? Does Arizona have enough water? What if we run out of our current sources? What can I do?”
This presentation will help participants understand the existing water crisis and Arizona’s water future. This program was presented several times in 2021-2022 to a packed house every time. It has been updated to reflect current facts and analyses. Guest speaker Tom McGuire holds degrees in geology and geology education. He has been a docent (volunteer) at Cave Creek Museum, a volunteer at the Spur Cross Ranch conservation area and a Cave Creek town council member, each for more than a decade. His geology and hydrology guide to the Jewel of the Creek can be downloaded from the Desert Foothills Land Trust website.
Register by visiting cavecreekmuseum.org. Attendance is free for museum member. The cost for seniors is $8 and adults are $10.
The 52-year-old museum’s mission is to preserve the artifacts of the prehistory, history, culture and legacy of the Cave Creek Mining District and the Cave Creek/Carefree foothills area through education, research and interpretive exhibits. The Cave Creek Museum is located at 6140 E. Skyline Drive in Cave Creek, Ariz. Open October through May. The museum can be reached at 480.488.2764 or cavecreekmuseum.org. Where History Comes Alive.