Please check our calendar of events for the scheduled workdays at Lochiel. The views on the drive to the school house are amazing and the cause is a good one. We would really appreciate your help and would love to see you in Lochiel.
Please join us for a presentation by Dr. Paul Hirt on a topic that is critically important for us to understand. H2O, agua, water, call it what you will, it’s vital that we know the facts about our future.
After taking 2017 off, The Patagonia Museum and Borderlands Restoration Network are teaming up to present the 8th annual EARTHfest! This year the event will take place on Saturday, April 21st, from 9am-6pm.
The Patagonia Museum hosted our fourth fundraising bus tour into Mexico. Rebecca Orozco, instructor of history and anthropology at Cochise College and the University of Arizona was our “Scholar on Board”.
The Crossroads Quilters of Sonoita, Elgin, and Patagonia hosted a quilt show on Saturday, April 22 from 12 noon to 4 pm and Sunday, April 23 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Patagonia Museum. The show featured over 50 award winning quilts and several vintage quilts.
The quilt show was co-sponsored by the Friends of the Patagonia Library who were hosting a fundraising brunch at 10:30 am on Saturday, April 22 at Cady Hall in Patagonia.
The Patagonia Museum celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, January 23, 2016. The Patagonia Museum will occupy the Patagonia 1914 Grammar School, 100 School Street, Patagonia AZ 85624.
The museum will be open from 2 pm to 4 pm, Thursday thru Saturday, beginning on January 28, 2016. Other times by request or appointment.
The Lochiel Schoolhouse Sign was installed at the schoolhouse on Saturday, August 27, 2011. This effort was a collaboration between The Patagonia Museum, the Patagonia Creative Arts Association and the Patagonia Public Schools.
On Monday, May 9, 2011, Kate Musick’s first and second grade class from Patagonia Elementary School participated in a field trip and work day at the Lochiel Schoolhouse. The students raked and gathered cottonwood tree debris from the recently trimmed tree in front of the schoolhouse. Fourteen trash containers were filled and transported by The Patagonia Museum volunteers to an erosion control site near the De La Ossa family chapel nearby.
Mrs. Musick’s class has produced an art image of the schoolhouse that will be utilized in a sign to be installed in front of the schoolhouse.
This activity is the result of a collaboration between The Patagonia Museum, the Patagonia Creative Art Center and the Patagonia Elementary School. Funding was provided by the Patagonia Regional Community Foundation.
We appreciate you supporting THE PATAGONIA MUSEUM’s mission of collecting and preserving the culture and history of Eastern Santa Cruz county.
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