Submitted by Sharlot Hall Museum
Winter is a great time to visit Sharlot Hall Museum and explore the exhibits in the comfort of the indoors. The museum offers a warm and cozy atmosphere for visitors to learn about the rich history of Arizona.
As we near the end of the year, we reflect upon the many positive activities at the museum. From new roofs on our Sharlot Hall Building and the Library/Research Center to a new exhibit opening called Paint the Town: The Prescott Mural Documentation Project, highlighting the beautiful artwork displayed around more than 30 locations in Prescott, it’s been a very productive year.
We strive to preserve and interpret the history of Arizona through our museum exhibits, educational programs and events. 2023 was no exception. We continued to provide a platform for visitors to appreciate the diverse cultures, traditions and stories that make up our state’s heritage.
But it takes more than dedication and hard work to keep a museum running. Financial support is crucial for us to sustain our operations and make improvements. That’s why we would like to take this opportunity to ask you to consider us in your year-end giving.
Your contributions will go toward supporting educational programs that inspire curiosity, critical thinking and lifelong learning. The future of our museum and its ability to educate and engage visitors relies on the generosity of people like you.
Did you know you also can become a member of the museum? Membership allows you free entry and discounts to many of our annual events. You can learn more about joining our family of members on our website.
We also added new business sponsorship opportunities this year. We have several levels to choose from, and your business can receive recognition at our signature events. Make sure to think about including us in your sponsorship support budget in 2024.
As we look forward to the year ahead, there are exciting new events happening, including the return of Sharlot’s Cellar.
This event features wine tastings, live music and food from local chefs. It is a great way to experience the museum.
As we say goodbye to 2023 and welcome 2024, we hope to have your continued support. Together, we can preserve the past and shape the future. We can’t wait to welcome you and share the fascinating stories of Arizona’s past.