Prescott Corral of Westerners International Meeting for Thursday, March 2, CANCELLED
The award winning Prescott Corral was founded in 1962 as an affiliate of Westerners International, an organization dedicated to the preservation of the real history of the American West. We currently have about 225 member-families, which ranks us as one of the largest in the world.
We hold a dinner meeting the first Thursday of each month followed by a 40-minute presentation on a selected Western History topic. These programs are very popular, with usually 80 to 120 members and guests attending. Currently, we conduct the dinner meeting at the Kuykendall Community Center (former Prescott Centennial Center) near the E.A. Love Airfield off Hwy. 89.
Annually, we host the Western History Symposium, a day-long series of interesting, provocative and informative talks and presentations from noted authors, researchers, historians and educators on a variety of subjects relevant to our western heritage. Now in our 20th year, the Symposium is free to the public. Check out the Symposium tab above for samples of past Symposium presentations (including links to some of the recorded talks), as well as the date for the next Symposium.
The ROUNDUP, our club newsletter, is published and mailed to members around the middle of each month, and includes announcements of upcoming events.
The TERRITORIAL TIMES is a publication of the Prescott Corral, dealing mostly with Arizona territorial and early statehood history.
The WESTERN HISTORY SYMPOSIUM is conducted annually by members of the Prescott Corral or Westerners International and invited speakers.
If you are interested in Western history, you might be interested in membership in the Prescott Corral. Click link to download application or contact us for more information.