History Highlights: OTM’s Seasonal Program Series

The Old Trails Museum offers a quarterly program series entitled History Highlights that features Northern Arizona historical topics. Visit our History Highlights page for details and images of all the speakers, exhibits, and programs that OTM has presented so far.

In conjunction with the 2016 Material Girls Quilt Guild Show, the Old Trails Museum offered its 2016 Fall History Highlight on Thursday, September 29, at 5 pm, at the Winslow Visitors Center/Hubbell Trading Post, 523 West Second Street. Author and filmmaker Pam Knight Stevenson gave a free presentation of Written in Thread: Arizona Women’s History Preserved in Their Quilts, which traces the history of Arizona through women who recorded pieces of their lives in their needlework. (Above: Stevenson with Hopi quilter Marlene Sekaquaptewa and one of Marlene’s quilts during filming of the documentary Hopi Quilts in 1996. Photo courtesy of Pam Knight Stevenson)


HighDesertFlyIn-LogoOriginal.JPEGHigh Desert Fly-In of Winslow, Arizona

OTM partners on the High Desert Fly-In, a free annual event when residents, tourists, and pilots from around the country are invited to Winslow’s historic airport to enjoy airplanes, history, food, and more. For information about the 2016 High Desert Fly-In and Gala, go to the High Desert Fly-In website and Facebook page. OTM debuted an exhibit at the 2014 event, Flying through History: The Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport, which tells the airport’s story from its celebrated beginnings through the present day.