Pueblo Grande Museum

PUEBLO GRANDE MUSEUM

May 1st | 10:00 AM
REGISTRATION CLOSES 4/27 @ MIDNIGHT

4619 E. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ  85034

FAMILY FRIENDLY

FREE for Survivors, Immediate Family and Caregivers (limited quantity)
$6 for all others (limited quantity


A portion of the museum is currently closed due to COVID-19; however, it is our hope that it will be fully open for our visit on  5/1/21.  It will be our first time attending with WMF!

The original museum building was completed in 1935 using adobe blocks manufactured on site and scavenged supplies.  At the height of the Great Depression, the City Archaeologist enjoyed telling visitors that the museum was built at the cost of $14.95, which was spent on a box of nails.  In 1974, 1995, 1999 and 2003 the museum underwent several additions to the campus adding collections storage, a meeting facility, long term exhibits and much more.  The museum has been in continuous operation for over 80 years, serving the citizens of Phoenix and their guests.

A visit today consists of a two-thirds of a mile interpretive trail which travels around the remains of the prehistoric Hohokam people’s ballcourt and platform mound. The trail also features a variety of native plants, walk-in replicated dwellings and an interpretive agricultural garden featuring cotton, corn, beans, squash and amaranth. Inside, view an award-winning introductory video on the Hohokam people and the Pueblo Grande village site. Visit three galleries which explore the Hohokam people and their relationship with the environment, a hands-on gallery that explains the process of archaeology, and the changing exhibit gallery, which features rotating exhibits on a wide-variety of fascinating topics. 

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Immediate family is described as the survivor’s parents, spouse, siblings, and children.

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  • I acknowledge that refunds will not be given for cancellations after the activity/event’s applicable registration deadline.
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  • I understand that if I am a NO-SHOW, WMF may invoice me or reimbursement for the amount that was paid on my behalf.
  • I understand that I am required to complete a WMF Waiver of Release and Liability each year which includes emergency contact information (along with a COVID-19 Waiver & Release as applicable)  in order to participate in activities and events.
  • I also agree to abide by WMF’s Code of Conduct.

Please read and acknowledge the Code of Conduct for We're Moving Forward! event participation / participants.

You will receive a copy of the Code of Conduct and your acknowledgment.

NOTE: If you are registering for more than just you, EACH ATTENDEE MUST READ, ACKNOWLEDGE AND COMPLY with the Code of Conduct.




 
We believe our community should be truly open for everyone. As such, we are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, or religion.

This code of conduct outlines our expectations for participant behavior, as well as the consequences for unacceptable behavior.

Participants will:

  1. Be considerate, respectful, refrain from demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior, materials and speech.

  2. Be responsible for their own safety. If mobility, cognitive, vision or other issues can be foreseen putting any participant at risk, it is the Participants obligation to have a responsible caregiver attend activities with them to assist with their needs and safety.

  3. Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert organizers if you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress.


Participants will not:

  1. If under the age of twenty-one, will not consume, distribute, or possess alcohol while participating in any event.

  2. Attend any event while intoxicated or under the influence of illegal substances.

  3. Consume, distribute, or possess drugs that are a violation of the law.

  4. Taunt, harass or physically confront any participant or other person at an event.

  5. Damage or destroy any facilities or personal property of others at an event.


VIOLATIONS: Participants that fail to abide by this Code are subject to disciplinary action.

  1. Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately.

  2. If a participant continues to engage in unacceptable behavior, the organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the event and possible future events without warning or refund.

NOTE: IF YOU HAVE ALREADY COMPLETED, SIGNED, AND MAILED/E-MAILED THE PDF 2021 WAIVER/RELEASE FORM, YOU DO NOT NEED TO COMPLETE THIS FORM. IT IS VALID UNTIL 12/31/2021.


This is a 2-part process:

  1. Complete and submit the Participant Information form (below)
  2. The Waiver of Liability, Media Release Agreement form will be emailed to you as a PDF attachment. Please complete and return the signed document per the address information provided on the form.

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION FORM


 

Examples: TBI – Auto; TBI – Fall; ABI – Stroke; ABI - Tumor


 

Please note any other pertinent information we should know about:


 

Waiver & Release of Liability, Media Release Agreement


It is mandatory for all participants to complete, sign, date and submit the Waiver and Release of Liability, Media Release agreement forms. A copy of these forms will be sent to you as part of your confirmation email.

As may be required, please download, print out, complete and mail the COVID-19 Waiver and Release form (below).

Completed / signed forms may also be scanned and emailed to info@wmforward.org

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05-01 MUSEUM | $6 All Others
$ 6.00
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05-01 MUSEUM | FREE Survivors-Family-Caregiver

FAMILY = Immediate family only specified as survivor’s parents, spouse, siblings, and/or children

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