Saturday, February 16, 2019

Big Blend Magazine interview

Join Cathy Shumard, Lisa Schnebly Heidinger and Ruth Mcleod with Big Blend Magazine discussing the Historical League and Tastes & Treasures II.
Laurie from Yuma's Lutes Casino will be sharing recipes and stories too.
Noon, Sunday, Feb 17
www.blogtalkradio.com/big-blend-radio/2019/02/17/big-blend-radio-a-toast-to-arizonas-nature-history-culinary-traditions


Thursday, February 14, 2019

Tastes & Treasures II cookbook at Willo Home Tour

Patti Goss, Bonnie Newhoff, Karolee Hess, Norma Jean Coulter
Thanks to these wonderful volunteers for promoting our Tastes & Treasures II book at Willo Historic Home Tour this past weekend. Cold day but fun to visit and share the stories of Arizona through our book. Bonnie Newhoff, Karolee Hess, Norma Jean Coulter, Patti Goss are the BEST! 
Book also available at www.HistoricalLeague.org/shop.aspx

Bonnie Newhoff, Patti Goss, Norma Jean Coulter

Karolee Hess

Norma Jean Coulter, Patti Goss

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Thank you notes for Tastes & Treasures II

Historical League member Janna Cross gifted copies of Tastes & Treasures II: A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona to several friends. How rewarding to read their Thank You notes! 
Janna is in the dark glasses telling people about Tastes & Treasures II at Scottsdale ArtFest. Sales were great at this event. Our volunteers are the BEST!




Tuesday, February 5, 2019

"Call Him Mac" Gary L Stuart guest speaker at February meeting

February Historical League meeting featured Gary L Stuart speaking on his new book “Call him Mac” about Ernest McFarland and his Arizona legacy.
All of us who love Arizona are indebted to Gary Stuart for his very moving story of “Mac’s” early years and his engagement with virtually every significant issue from the beginning to near the end of the 20th Century, noting he was a “political star in Washington (including his role as “father” of the G.I. Bill) while retaining his very personal touch to all Arizonans as “a man of the people, by the people, and for the people.” from Lattie F. Coor, Ph.D., 2017 Historymaker and President Emeritus and Professor of Public Affairs, Arizona State University