APACHE JUNCTION, AZ - If you're a history buff or love hearing about legends and folklore, then the Superstition Mountain Museum has a lecture for you. Every Thursday until March 31, a free lecture series will be held.
On January 6th, local resident and historian, Clay Worst, will kick of the series "Legends and Lore of the Superstitions and More." His talk focuses on the Lost Dutchman and his mine.
The programs will take place at the outside amphitheater on the museum grounds. Admission is free, but you are advised to bring a cushion to sit on.
When it's over, you can tour the museum. It is open everyday from 9-4 p.m. The cost is $4 for seniors, $5 for adults and kids up to 17 years of age are admitted free.
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