The Skull Valley Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the local history and artifacts pertaining to Skull Valley, Arizona and surrounding area.  Our Museum is open on Sundays from 2 PM to 4 PM from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend.  We are also open by appointment for groups desiring a private tour.

Monthly Program Meetings (public invited)
2nd Saturday of the month @ 2:00 PM
Monthly excluding July, August, October & December
Location: Skull Valley Community Hall

 

Download a pdf version of our 2015 Newsletter by clicking here.

 

 

Contact information:

 

Phone:

(480) 221-7424 - (Josie Oakes-President) 

(928) 442-3645 - (Robert Pearson-Vice President)

 

Snail Mail:

Skull Valley Historical Society

PO Box 143

3150 Old Skull Valley Rd

Skull Valley, Arizona 86338-0143

 

Email:

josieoakes@yahoo.com - (Josie Oakes-President)

pearsonrl26@gmail.com - (Robert Pearson-Vice President)

billnloughering@gmail.com - (Lou Ghering-Treasurer)




~~~~ UPCOMING EVENTS ~~~~

 

~ August 27, 2016 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM - Centennial Celebration of the 1916 Schoolhouse.
Open house renovated 1925 school - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

~ September 4, 2016 - Last day (Labor Day Sunday) for the museum to be open for the season to be open until Pie & Ice Cream Social.

~ September 10, 2016 2:00 PM - Showing of movie filmed in Skull Valley, "Man in the saddle", starring Randolph Scott.

~ October 8, 2016 - Annual Pie Social 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

~ November 12, 2016 2:00 PM - Annual Business Meeting & Larry Sanderson speaking on high scaling and the construction of the Glenn Canyon Dam.

~ December 17, 2016 - Annual Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Bazaar—at the Armory in Prescott, Arizona.