Cabot’s Museum Foundation hosts an Evening at the Pueblo to celebrate Cabot Yerxa’s legacy 100 years on the desert. The event will honor renowned photographer, producer and philanthropist Michael Childers with the Cabot Yerxa Community Leadership Award, along with longtime Desert Hot Springs resident and Philanthropist, John Furbee with the Portia Yerxa Philanthropy and Cultural Heritage Award, and recently appointed Cabot’s Museum Foundation Historian, Judy Gigante with the Gordon Gribble Volunteer Award.

Tickets to attend this event are available for purchase at for $150, and include cocktails, dinner and award show. Interested sponsors are encouraged to contact John Mahoney, 760-880-9359 for pricing.
Honoree Michael Childers and John Mahoney of Cabot’s Pueblo Museum are available for pre-interviews. For press access or media interviews, please contact Sarah Hahne.
About Cabot’s Museum
Nestled in the scenic hills of Desert Hot Springs, a Hopi-inspired pueblo sits against a hillside. Not just any pueblo, but one built with repurposed materials that Cabot Yerxa collected throughout the desert. Cabot’s pueblo spreads an impressive 5,000 square feet, divided into 35 rooms and adorned with 150 windows and 65 doors. During tours guest have the opportunity to get to know the man behind the pueblo: a bright and ambitious man, who followed his heart, traveled the world and accomplished countless things.
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum is located at 67616 E Desert View Avenue, Desert Hot Springs. For more information about Cabot’s Museum, please call 760.329.7610 or