PRESENTATION AT MUSEUM SAT DECEMBER 14TH

Indian Trails and Petroglyphs (photo attached) in the Tri-State Area: Stan Krok, expert on Indian trails and petroglyphs in the Tri-State area and a museum volunteer will present this fun and informative program on Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 2 PM. 
Free and Open to the Public. Donations appreciated. 
 

 

Santa Claus at the Lil’ Red Schoolhouse SAT DECEMBER 14TH 11 a.m.  12 p.m. 

Children’s Christmas Event. One hour only.  (Please see the Attached Flyer!)
Pictures taken with Santa Claus and Walter, the baby burro. Gifts and goodies. Free and open to the public.

 

COLORADO RIVER MUSEUM VOLUNTEER SUSANA VAN SLOTEN IS selling Honey Baked Hams for Christmas delivery, with proceeds going to the museum building fund. 
If you would like a Honey Baked Ham for Christmas, call Susana at
 928-234-4807 for more information.

 

The Museum offers a wide variety of historic photographs, documents, memorabilia and much more.  The Colorado River Historical Society, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  The Colorado River Museum is located in Bullhead City Community Park on Highway 95 in Bullhead City, Arizona. The Colorado River Pioneers Historical Society began operating a museum in the former St. Mary Margaret Catholic Church building in 1991 under a contract with Mohave County.  The new museum moved to its new location the fall of 2018, thanks to generous donors.  The museum is operated by a staff of dedicated volunteers.  

 

1239 Highway 95, Bullhead City, Arizona (928)754-3399