WICKED BURGERS (formerly - Dragoon Cafe)

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Texas Canyon 10K Trail Run - Wicked Burgers

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Saturday April 1, 2017 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Annually on April 1

2100 N Amerind Rd, Dragoon, AZ 85609  (map)

 The Amerind Museum in partnership with Bisbee Vogue Inc. will be hosting Amerind’s Texas Canyon 10K Trail Run. The 10K course features a variety of trails, terrain, vegetation, and awe-inspiring views that are not normally open to the public. Participants of all ages may walk or run this scenic course.

 

Wicked Burgers / Dragoon Cafe will make our 2017 return to the Amerind - offering our freshly prepared foods, drinks, etc.

 

www.wickedburgers.webs.com/

 


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Texas Canyon 10K Trail Run Event details:

 

Who: Open to the public – all ages.

What: Amerind’s Texas Canyon 10K Trail Run

Where: Amerind Museum, 2100 N. Amerind Rd., Dragoon, AZ

When: April 1, 2017. Race starts at 9:00 a.m.

 

Cost: Preregistered online = Adults (18+): $40

Youth (7 to 17 years old): $30

Day of event registration = $50.00 (T-shirts for this event will be available for purchase on a first-come first-served basis.)

 

Register online: www.GetMeRegistered.com/AmerindCanyonTrailRun

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-Ritual running has played an important role in every Native American culture in the Southwest. Despite its importance, running often leaves little impact on the physical landscape. On the mesa tops of north-central Arizona, however, basalt boulders were cleared away to make safe running surfaces in the late 1200s and early 1300s.

 

Russell's research suggests that as people flocked to the Perry Mesa area from throughout the Southwest, they may have chosen to focus on what they had in common—ritual racing—and de-emphasize their differences.

 

Join us for the above presentation by Will Russell.

 

Reception to follow.

 

 

 

When: Saturday, April 2, 2016. 11:00 a.m.

 

Where: Amerind Foundation. Dragoon, AZ

 

Cost: Free!

 

 

 

Will Russell's (ASU) Master's research focused on ritual foot racing in

 

north-central Arizona during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. His

 

current work is concerned with social inequality in ancient Mimbres society.

 

 

 

This program is supported in part by the Arizona Humanities


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