Museum Event

Dinner Program featured speaker: Wildlife Photographer Larry Arbanas

 Once again, Larry Arbanas will take us to new heights with his drone and aerial camera,  Once again, Larry Arbanas, an immensely popular speaker, will take us to new heights with his drone and aerial camera, His video career started over 31 years ago when he had the notion to film and market new home construction near Chicago. He also worked on a couple of Hollywood movies that were shot in Chicago. Then, in 1989, his work headed in a new direction of environmental, nature and wildlife projects.   

Larry has gone on the road for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, while also producing projects and providing video for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, PBS, The Canada Museum of Nature and for Maya Lin, creator of the Vietnam Wall War Memorial in Washington, DC.

Beginning with no-host beer and wine at 6 p.m., this month’s dinner features comfort food catered by Phils Filling Station and a 50’s theme. 

Tickets are available to reserve-only online, by calling the Museum office 480.837.2612, or by stopping in at the Museum, Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.




Event Details






Member: $20
Nonmember: $25