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Weaving Class with Nanabah Aragon (March 16-17)

Navajo Weaver Nanabah Aragon continues the weaving traditions of her people. She is a master weaver whose works are on display at numerous renowned institutions, including the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., and has been been recognized as an “Arizona State Treasure”.

We are pleased to be offering a special two-day weaving class presented by Nanabah. The class will be held on two days, Saturday and Sunday, March 16-17, in the Elvis Chapel from 9am to 1pm. Cost of the class is $200.00 and includes the 12” x 15” hand loom, plus weaving tools and wool.

The class size is limited to six (6) people, and payment is due with registration. If you are interested in signing up for this special class, please contact Dave McElligott at 480-983-4888 option 3, or email him at [email protected]

Please print and complete this form, then submit with your payment to Superstition Mountain Museum in person or by mail. If you have any questions regarding this class, please contact Dave McElligott at 480-983-4888 option 3 or by email to [email protected]