Free Lecture: Native American Storytelling

In conjunction with our Native American Arts Festival, this lecture will include members of the world-renowned Yellow Bird Indian Dancers. Listen and follow the stories of Coyote and other traditional characters as they weave scenes of the past.

These stories not only paint beautiful settings but blend life lessons with the beauty that surrounds us. The Museum Amphitheater provides an excellent environment for attendees to immerse themselves in the narratives. Yellow Bird Productions is directed by Ken Duncan, a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and on the board of the Superstition Mountain Historical Society. Attendees can join in and celebrate the unique spirit of the American Indian.

  • January 26, 2023 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Lectures are presented outside in the Museum's Amphitheater, so we have these suggestions for lecture attendees:
  • Bring your own lawn chair;
  • Don’t forget a hat and sunscreen;
  • Please, no smoking;
  • Please don’t leave your dog in vehicle;
  • Coffee and cookies will be available for purchase with all of the proceeds going to the museum for continuing educational programs;
  • Come early and have lunch on the grounds. Food will be available for purchase.


The amphitheater and other outdoor locations on the Museum's property are available for outdoor events including small catered receptions. It is truly magnificent at twilight.

Imagine an intimate romantic wedding, candle-lit banquet or musical presentation with the Superstition Mountain at sunset as your backdrop!

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