Head south to the cooler climates of the enchanting (and known to be haunted) town of Bisbee, Arizona in early August and attend a fundraiser geared to help save the quaint and historic Muheim Heritage House Museum. The event will take place on Saturday, August, 9, 2014 between 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Calumet & Arizona Guest House designed in 1906 by noted Southwest architect, Henry C. Trost. It is now renovated as a quiet retreat with elegant guest rooms and peaceful outdoor gardens.
Guests will have the rare opportunity to tour the historic Calumet & Arizona Guest House located at 608 Powell Street in Bisbee, AZ. All proceeds from this event will help pay for expenses to keep the treasured Muheim Heritage House Museum open and operational for Bisbee residents and tourism.
The quaint Muheim Heritage House Museum (a Registered National Historic site) was built by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim starting in 1898. After several room additions, the house was completed in 1915. The pioneer home offers a fabulous panoramic view of the mountains and homes near Brewery Gulch. It is an example of late 19th century architecture and has been restored to its early grace and elegance. The historic Muheim Heritage House Museum is located at 207 Youngblood Hill, Bisbee, AZ.
There will be several donated items raffled during the event, including several gift certificates from local contributors. Be on hand for a silent auction, face painting for the kids, and the seed and plant sale.
The tour guests are encouraged to partake in a $10 benefit burger/hotdog bar with all the fixings and sides.
Raffle tickets will be on sale--$2.00 each or 2 for $5.00. Donations for this fundraiser will be graciously accepted.
For tickets and more information, please contact: 520-432-4815
Or Jennifer at: 510-227-3949.
Event will be held at:
Calumet & Arizona House
608 Powell Street
Bisbee, AZ 86503