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14154 Denny Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340

623-537-7500

 

800 N. Dysart

Goodyear, AZ  85338

623-932-3511

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300 E. Wigwam Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340

www.wigwamresort.com

 

Mary Cavanaugh-Marsh,

Financial Advisor, EDWARD JONES

 

Estrella Rotary Club

 

Mickey Ollson, Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium

 

 

 

 

O.K. Fulton and the Agua Fria basketball teamO.K. Fulton and the Agua Fria basketball teamOn behalf of the Litchfield Park Historical Society, we extend our condolences to board member Judy Fulton on the passing of her husband, O.K. Fulton.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to Judy, their family and to the community he served so admirably. 

Services will be held at the Church of Litchfield Park, followed by a reception at Agua Fria High School in the O.K. Fulton gymnasium.  Date and time are to be determined.  Donations can be made to the Agua Fria High School Foundation.

 

Nancy Schafer

LPHS President



 

 

The Second Annual Litchfield Park Home Tour Party, Home Tour and Vintage Market

FRIENDS OF THE MUSEUM HOME TOUR PARTY

Friday, March 13, 2020, time: 7:00 p.m.

This social event includes the entry wrist band for the Home Tour on Saturday, Home Tour Booklet, food, beer/wine and music.  

Tickets are limited to 100:  $75.00 per ticket.

Click here to purchase Home Tour Party Tickets.  HOME TOUR PARTY

 

SECOND ANNUAL HOME TOUR

Saturday, March 14, 2020, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

This year’s tour will feature a wide variety of architectural styles in homes that are scattered throughout Litchfield Park. 

Tickets:  The Home Tour ticket  - $25.00     Tickets may also be purchased on the day of the event.  

 

Click here to go to get your Home Tour tickets now.  HOME TOUR TICKETS  (This will open a new window to allow payments by credit or debit card.)

The ticket includes:

   Admission for one (1) to the tour homes from 10 am to 4 pm.

   One (1) 2020 Home Tour booklet describing each of the homes on the tour. 

   Be sure to visit the Vintage Market while you are in Litchfield Park

Ticket Pick Up Location:  The tour houses are located throughout Litchfield Park. Pick up your wrist band and tour booklet with map at the south side of the Church at Litchfield Park - 300 N Old Litchfield Rd.   (Old Litchfield Rd north of Wigwam Blvd.)   Please bring a photo ID so we can validate your pre-purchased ticket. 

Refund Policy:  Rain or shine, no refunds. 

 

VINTAGE MARKET

Saturday, March 14, 2020, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Vendors with home goods and homemade items will be showcased at the Vintage Market at Scout Park (203 N Fairway Dr., Litchfield Park) This event is free and open to the public.  

Information 623.535.4414,  Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. 

 

*Approved Vintage Market Vendors may pay for their spaces here.  

 

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 Speakers Series

Lt. Frank Luke Jr: Arizona’s Flying Ace          

Tuesday, January Tuesday, 28, 10 AM &

Wednesday, January 29, 6:30 PM

Location: The Church at Litchfield Park

WWI American flying ace and Phoenix native, Frank Luke Jr. became a legend at age 21. With 18 aerial victories to his name, he ranks as one of the most successful U.S. Army Air Service pilots in WWI. He was the first airman to receive the Medal of Honor which was awarded posthumously, two years after he was shot down over Murvaux, France. Revered for his courage and daring, a statue of Luke stands in front of the state capitol building, and Luke Air Force Base and Lukeville, Arizona are named in his honor. Founders of the First Lt. Frank Luke Jr. Museum, Bill and Sandi Simon will share the fascinating story of Frank Luke Jr.  Presented by the Litchfield Park Historical Society in partnership with The Church at Litchfield Park. Free event.

  



 

 

                                                                    

                                

           Announcing...   

          Plans for the construction of

   The P. W. Litchfield Heritage Center! 

Be part of this exciting project. We have begun a Capital Campaign to move to the top of the hill behind our current museum and into the historic Litchfield/Denny house. The house, located in the center of a historic 21-acre property, will be re-purposed into a museum, archive, research library, and site for community gatherings. Read more in the Spring 2019 Newsletter and connect here to see floor plans, funding goals and donation link.   Link to P.W. Litchfield Heritage Center information.Link to P.W. Litchfield Heritage Center information.Link to P. W. Litchfield Heritage Center information    

 



 

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Los Campos, The Camps of Litchfield Park 1929-1986 cover photoLos Campos, The Camps of Litchfield Park 1929-1986 cover photo

 

 

 

Now Available!   

Los Campos  The Camps of Litchfield Park 1929-1986

Written by Cruz Pariga Dominguez and Belen Soto Moreno, this long awaited book is now available at the Museum Gift Shop.  It contains over 300 photos and tells the story of the Mexican-Americans (both immigrant and native born) in Litchfield Park.  It covers 1929-1986 in photos and anecdotes of life written by the authors who grew up in the Camps.  This book is a MUST HAVE for the many families that have a connection to Litchfield Park.