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Scottsdale Furnished Rentals Discusses Free Heard Museum Entry

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Heard Museum ScottsdaleSome exciting news about the latest exhibits from the Heard Museum in North Scottsdale was just released. Coming September 16th through the 30th, residents of Scottsdale will be able to attend the exhibits offered by the museum for free by showing proof of residency. This includes any residents of the Scottsdale furnished rental community at Scottsdale Park Suites. This is to express thanks to the community for it’s support of the museum.

 

“The Heard Museum is proud of its partnership with the city of Scottsdale and its residents,” claims Heard Museum Director and CEO James Pepper Henry. “Our community location, Heard Museum North Scottsdale at the Summit, is an integral part of the cultural life of Scottsdale, and your continued support is appreciated. We look forward to another successful year of offering the best in American Indian art and history to residents and visitors alike.”

 

The mission of the museum has been to educate many about the heritage, arts and the way of life of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, with a focus on American Indian tribes of the Southwest. Our Scottsdale furnished rental community at Scottsdale Park Suites is proud to share this information with you and support this educational cause as well.

 

So, if you are looking for something affordable to do in mid-September, there is nothing more affordable than free. Take a drive to the Heard Museum of North Scottsdale and check out something interesting. If you have any questions, go to the Heard Museum website.

 

 

Kelly Fabran