OTM’s 2012 historical calendar, “Territorial Town: Winslow, Arizona, from 1880 to Statehood,” is now available! In honor of Arizona’s State Centennial on February 14, 2012, this edition explores Winslow’s history prior to statehood, giving a visual sense of what it was like for the city’s earliest residents. An ongoing photography exhibit of the same name continues at La Posada Hotel from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, and will be on display through early 2012.

Winslow Historical Society members Barb Larremore and Vel Marcotte present “The Sawbones and Stethoscopes that Kept ’em Standin’ on the Corner,” an exploration of the amazing feats performed by Winslow’s medical practitioners of yesteryear. Come to the Winslow Visitors Center/Hubbell Trading Post on Saturday, October 8, from 2 to 3 p.m. for this engaging presentation, part of the Winslow Historical Society/Old Trails Museum’s year-long series “Second Saturdays in Winslow,” which explore Winslow’s diverse history in celebration of the Arizona State Centennial on February 14, 2012.

OTM and the Winslow Arts Trust unveil a new photography exhibit, “Territorial Town: Winslow, Arizona, from 1880 to Statehood,” on Saturday, September 10, at La Posada Hotel. Both the exhibit and the museum’s upcoming 2012 historical calendar of the same name explore Winslow’s Territorial history, giving a visual sense of what it was like for the city’s earliest residents. The exhibit is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, and will be on display through early 2012.

The museum’s exhibit Women of Winslow, previously at La Posada, will re-open the same Saturday at the Winslow Visitors Center/Hubbell Trading Post, where it will also be on view through early 2012. Both exhibit openings are part of Second Saturdays in Winslow, the Winslow Historical Society’s year-long series of programs that explore Winslow’s diverse history in celebration of the Arizona State Centennial on February 14, 2012.

 

The Old Trails Museum and Winslow Arts Trust present, “Ahead of Her Time: Architect Mary E.J. Colter in the Southwest,” from 2 to 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, at La Posada Hotel. Museum Director Ann-Mary Lutzick’s visual presentation is free and open to the public, and features images from Colter’s work in Arizona and New Mexico, including La Posada. Continuing in the Hotel’s lobby are the Arizona Women’s Heritage Trail and Women of Winslow exhibits.

The Old Trails Museum and Winslow Arts Trust present the Winslow Harvey Girls’ popular Harvey House Trunk Show at La Posada Hotel from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, 2011. This Second Saturdays in Winslow presentation is free and open to the general public, and features original china used in the dining cars and hotels along the Santa Fe Railroad. Continuing at La Posada are the Arizona Women’s Heritage Trail and Women of Winslow exhibits.

Old Trails Museum, in partnership with the Winslow Arts Trust and Winslow Harvey Girls, presents Dr. Mary Melcher in La Posada Hotel’s Ballroom on June 18, 2-3 p.m. This free Second Saturdays in Winslow presentation is made possible in part by the Arizona Humanities Council.

Old Trails Museum, in partnership with the Winslow Arts Trust and Winslow Harvey Girls, presents the Arizona Women’s Heritage Trail’s exhibit “How Splendid is our Past” and local exhibit “Women of Winslow” in La Posada Hotel’s Lobby from June 18- September 5, 2011. Both exhibits are free and open to the public, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.