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Saturday, April  19 at 12PM & 2PM
Arizona’s Mammals

Presented by Jeff Babson

Did you know that Arizona is one of the richest states in number of mammal species? Come learn about the rodents, carnivores, hoofed mammals, bats, and other furry inhabitants of Arizona.

For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.



Wednesday, April  23 at 12PM & 2PM
Arizona’s National Parks and Monuments

Presented by Donna and George Hartz

Arizona has more national parks and monuments than any other state. Join these longtime activists for historical and natural preservation for a talk on their new book about some of Arizona’s best places.

For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.



Friday, April  25 at 12PM & 2PM
A Spring Concert: Classical Guitar and Piano

Performed by Michael Lich and Ji Sun Lee

Internationally acclaimed musicians Michael Lich and Ji Sun Lee perform a riveting duo concert featuring classics such as Debussy’s Reverie, Vivaldi’s Concerto in D Major for Guitar, and more. This splendid show is sure to capture the imagination of music lovers.

$12 WNPA members/$15 nonmembers. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable. To purchase call 622-6014 or go to wnpa.org.



Saturday, April  26 at 12PM & 2PM
Amazing Arachnids

Presented by Jeff Babson

Many people fear spiders, scorpions, and daddy-longlegs (no, they’re not spiders), but arachnids have a proud and important place in the ecosystem. This presentation introduces you to the fascinating world of arachnids—if you dislike spiders and scorpions, come to this talk!

For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.



Wednesday, April  30 at 12PM & 2PM
TIQ SLO’W: The Making of a Modern-Day Chief

Presented by Mary Louise Contini Gordon

TIQ SLO’W (pronounced Teek Slō) is Charlie Cooke’s Chumash name. Its meaning, eye of the eagle, is apropos. In the 1960s, Charlie envisioned an integration of environmental preservation with native heritage restoration—regardless of tribe. Come learn about this modern-day chief!

For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.



Monday, May  12 at to Saturday May 17
Insider Tour: Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Hosted by Gwinn Vivian

Discover Chaco Canyon with archaeologist Gwinn Vivian. Camp in the canyon, hike and study the monumental ruins. Gwinn will explore the theories that surround this mysterious culture, as well as the connection between Chaco culture and astronomy in this designated “dark sky” park.

$945 WNPA members/$990 nonmembers. Price includes transportation, meals, lodging, and entrance fees. Limited to 11 participants. To purchase call 520-622-6014 or go to wnpa.org.



Friday, May  30 at to Sunday, June 1, 2014
Insider Tour: Creative Writing Inspired by Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument

Hosted by Christopher Cokinos

Write your own work of genius! Literary nonfiction author Christopher Cokinos leads exercises designed to help get your creative cogs in gear. In addition to the archaeological wonders of Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, visit a world-class collection of pre-Columbian Mimbres pottery in Silver City, New Mexico, and tour the Amerind Museum in Dragoon, Arizona.

$525 WNPA members/$570 nonmembers. Price includes transportation, meals, lodging, and entrance fees. To purchase call 520-622-6014 or go to wnpa.org.



 

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