Join Arizona Pathfinders on April 8 on a behind-the-scene tour of Medicine Man Gallery led by Jerry Freund, an historian and an expert on Native American rugs, pottery and western art. We will view the Gallery’s outstanding paintings, bronze sculptures, pottery and Navajo rugs.
Jerry will then take us to the Tucson Medical Center where he will give us the early history of the “Desert San,” its founders, their research, and treatments from the 1920s. Jerry will explain the relationship between a famous Rembrandt painting, an astronomical instrument and the treatment of TB in Tucson. He will discuss the story behind the world class donated paintings in the Tucson Medical Center’s hallways.
We will then proceed to Tohono Chul Park for lunch at the Garden Bistro outside patio. We will have time to visit La Fuente Museum Shop and La Entrada Greenhouse and Garden Shop. After lunch we have a docent-led tour of the Park, the Art Gallery at the Exhibit House and La Galleria Museum House.
The cost is $99 per person; full cancellation until March 27. Travel is on a deluxe coach. Entrance fees, lunch and gratuities are included.
Check in at the Arizona Historical Society Museum, 949 E. 2nd Street, Tucson, AZ 85719, April 8, 2017 starting at 7:30 a.m. The tour departs at 8:00 a.m. sharp. Return to the Arizona Historical Society Museum around 4:00 p.m.
Free parking is in the Arizona Historical Museum parking lot, in the parking garage on the northeast corner of Euclid and 2nd Street. Enter from 2nd Street and drive straight in.
More information is at email@example.com. For registration and information please call Bob Stuart at 520-825-4239, or Mary Flynn at 520-579-7508.