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Vote for the River of Time!

by | Mar 20, 2024

We are delighted to share that the River of Time Museum & Exploration Center has been nominated as “Non-Profit of the Year” for its outstanding achievements and contributions by the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce.

Hundreds of community members participated in the nomination process and only those with the most nominations in their categories were put on the ballot. The nomination is a testament to the dedication, talent, and commitment to excellence by the staff and volunteers of the River of Time, as noticed by those who participated in the nomination process.

2024 Gala Vote for River of Time

Just as nominees say in the Oscars…while it’s an honor to be nominated, we’d love to WIN! 

The Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff of the River of Time ask for votes from the community to recognize the River of Time. As a town icon, the River of Time holds the history and promotes the future of this great region. Votes can be cast at the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce website, or by scanning this QR code >>

You don’t have to vote for every category, and only one vote per person (per email address) is accepted. Voting is open now until April 21st. The winners are kept in complete secret – only to be revealed at the Chamber’s Gala event to be held on Friday, May 17th at the WeKoPa resort. Several organizations were nominated in this category and the final winner will be selected based on the most community votes.

About the River of Time

Located in the heart of Fountain Hills, the L. Alan Cruikshank River of Time Museum was established as the keeper of the Town’s history in 1991. Moving to its current location in 2003, the museum underwent a major renovation of its exhibits and mission in 2020, rebranding itself as the River of Time Museum and Exploration Center. The new, innovative mission – to engage, entertain, educate, and inspire people about the Lower Verde Valley, the river than runs through it, and the life that water brings to the desert – is brought to life through the interactive, engaging exhibits that feature stories of the history and cultures of the Lower Verde River Valley communities, including the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Fountain Hills, and the Verdes.

Visit the River of Time Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Please VOTE FOR US TODAY, and ask your friends! We would truly love the recognition & exposure that would come by winning!

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