Welcome To Valley Of The Moon
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The Valley of the Moon needs your help to replace our aging electrical system and to start using the Power of the Sun for all of our electrical needs. We are partnering with Tucson Solar Guild to install a 1.5 Kilowatt solar array that will provide for all of our electrical needs. We really do need your help though so please consider donating to our cause at CrowdRise. Tucson has supported Valley of the Moon for 90 years and we hope you'll continue to support us as we grow.
Volunteers To Save The Moon
"Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world, indeed it is the only thing that ever has ... " -Margaret Mead
Valley of the Moon is seeking volunteers to help maintain the world's only historic fantasy land.
Good thing Jake is a friendly snake!
The Valley of the Moon has other wonderful volunteer opportunities, including drama,
singing, costume and set design, period musicians, artists, writers, gardening, carpentry,
cement work, electrical lighting, construction, welding, concessions, photography, archivist, etc, etc.
This is a chance to practice your skills in the arts, or use your current skills to maintain and restore a historic site. We also have need for administrative volunteers, so if you have a few hours per month
for phone, organizational, or computer work, please email Randy at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 520-323-1331.
Valley of the Moon is a nonprofit historic site which preserves the historic works and philosophies of George Legler, who was dedicated to the premise that Kindness to All is the Golden Key to Happiness. George gave free tours for over 35 years, did magic illusions, and told stories about the magical creatures that live at Valley of the Moon.
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George Legler, the builder of Valley of the Moon once said, "I believe that if all children were taught kindness, they would grow up practicing it, and in time the whole world would be a kindly, peaceful place."