Current Summer Program

“All are invited to attend our summer program of presentations on the natural and cultural history of the Huachuca Mountains and environs. These presentations are offered free of charge at 1:30 p.m. at the Carr House on alternate Sundays from April through November. The topics are wide-ranging as illustrated below by our presentation program for the summer of 2022

Sunday Afternoon Programs for May 8th to October 30th, 2022

Carr House Information Center at 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Maximum occupancy of Carr House is 49 persons

May 8

Geology of the Huachuca Mountains

Dwight Hoxie

May 22


Tom Wood

June 5

Poems about the Natural World

Michael Bowden

June 19

Hooray for Herps-Snakes, Lizards and More

Tom Miscione

July 3

Haverty Family History and Memories of Living in the Huachuca Mountains

Mary Estes

July 17

The Chiricahua Leopard Frog

Audrey Owens

August 7

The Fiestas of San Francisco Xavier in Magdalena de Kino Sonora

Mike Foster

August 21

Beavers on the San Pedro River

Steve Merkley

September 4

Monarch Butterflies

Jeff Babson

September 18

Wildlife Species of the Southern Huachuca Mountains

Emily Burns

October 2

Huachuca Astronomy Club, Observing Our Moon

Ted Forte

October 30

Day of the Dead

Mike Foster