RODEO DAYS ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAM
February 25-26. 2016 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Learn about the WEST – and the ARTS that made it THE BEST!
Provided in collaboration with the Arizona Historical Society
Janice Deardorff, Western Heritage Singer/Songwriter (www.janicedeardorff.com) and Arts Arizona Program Coordinator
Faculty Members include H. Alan Day, author of The Horse Lover, as well as John Scott and Steve Hobbs from the Arizona Ghostriders!
Did you know that the bandannas often worn by cowboys were originally worn by pirates? Ever heard the song “Ghost Riders in the Sky?” You’ll be horsin’ around with storytelling, comedy improv, two steppin’ and much more Yippee-I-Aye, Yippee-I-O – it’s off to Arts Arizona we GO!
For Students Grades 2 – 5
Thursday, February 25th and Friday, February 26th
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Arizona Historical Society, 949 E. 2nd Street (NW Corner of Park & 2nd)
Tuition: $100 (What a DEAL! This is $5.50 an hour!) – Includes 18 hours of programming and LUNCH both days
Scholarships Available (based on the Federal Free & Reduced Lunch Program Guidelines) – Call (520) 319-0400 to Learn More