Since 2009. The Superstition Mountain Museum’s annual two-day Superstition Mountain Heritage Days and Apacheland Reunion, a celebration of the history, lore and culture of the Superstition Mountains and Apacheland Movie Ranch is scheduled for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Internationally-renowned “Yellow Bird Productions” is comprised of members of the Duncan family and based here in the Valley. At this museum event, they will be performing a repertoire of authentic Native American dances which are both colorful and educational. The dances are enhanced by commentaries. Internationally- renowned “Yellow Bird Productions” comprises members of the Duncan family based here in the Valley. At this museum event, they will be performing a repertoire of authentic Native American dances which are both colorful and educational. The dances are enhanced by commentaries. Each day’s festivities will be opened by the San Carlos Apache Veterans Color Guard. This year the Yellow bird Dancers will be bringing along some friends, two traditional dance groups, the Cibicue Apache Mtn Spirit Dancers, and the Zuni Pueblo Dancers. There will also be live Native American Craft Demonstrators near the Amphitheater, a Pima/ Maricopa Basket and Pottery maker, a Navajo Silversmith, Hopi Kachina carver, and an Apache Agave fiddle maker. Teton Ken, portraying the Dutchman, will be spinning tales of the Lost Dutchman Mine and demonstrating how to pan for gold. The Stamp Mill will be running at 11:00, and the Big Trains will run all day. A number of Native American artists and Western vendors will offer merchandise for sale. Food will be available on the grounds.