Gold Canyon Community Connection
At the center of the Community Connection
and the center of our lives -- is the sun. Even more than the beauty and majesty of the Superstition Mountains, the sun defines our days. Ever changing, dominating, it warms our bodies and nourishes our souls. Surrounding the sun and getting their energy from it are happy people -- joyful, energetic, helpful,
seekers of light.
For special upcoming EVENTS contact:
(480) 983-2171, fax 983-3325
Saturday June 8th Superstition Mountain Astronomical League ‘Star Party’
8:00/10:00 p.m., The Superstition Mountain Astronomical League is hosting an Open House Public Astronomical Observing Session at the Lost Dutchman State Park to augment public education, to provide the community with telescopic views of celestial objects and to answer questions about astronomy and astronomical equipment. In short, this is an opportunity to see the moon, planets, stars, star clusters, galaxies and other astronomical phenomena using sophisticated telescopes and to talk with very knowledgeable and experienced amateur astronomers. All events held on a Weather Permitting basis. A $7 per vehicle park entrance fee is assessed by Lost Dutchman State Park, unless you have a pass. To be notified of any schedule changes/additions and for detail information including maps and directions, or to contact us, please visit supermtnastro.com.
Saturday June 15th, Goldfield Ghost Riders - Moonlight Rides
6:00 p.m. Registration and 7:00 p.m. Ride Out. Staging at Mammoth Steak House & Saloon. $10 per Poker Hand and a Cash Payout. Must be 21 to play poker. Not a Goldfield Ghost Rider member, become one for the Night for $1! For more information, call April at (480) 586-7864. Visit www.goldfieldghostriders.com
Sunday, June 16th, Father’s Day Special-FREE Admission for Dads and Kids
Make Father’s Day 2019 memorable with a family excursion to the Superstition Mountain Museum. Dads and Kids under 17 will be admitted FREE to the Exhibit Gallery that day. Great family photo opportunities all over the grounds. Go to superstitionmountainmuseum.org for more information.