Loading Events

Events

  • Filter
Mar 29, 2017
National Parks Store: Gardening for Birds and Butterflies

Learn which native and arid-adapted plants, and other elements to include in your landscape to provide an attractive wildlife friendly habitat.

Mar 23—Mar 30, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Traders, Tribes & Travelers

Narrated by actor Peter Coyote, The Story of Bent’s Old Fort takes a look back at the crossroads of culture for the Indians of the Plains, the trappers of the mountains, and the traders of the southwest.

Apr 01, 2017
National Parks Store: Find Your Park Series: Heritage Food Stories

The foods of Arizona speak to the many cultures, native and newcomer, that make up our state. Join Gregory McNamee in exploring these many traditions.

Apr 05, 2017
National Parks Store: Spain | Moors and Christians, Olives and Wine Tracing the Cultural and Agricultural Roots of the American Southwest

Many elements of Southwestern culture originate in Spain, but the 16th -18th century Christian Spain that colonized the Americas was the sum total of its previous occupants – Arabs, Jews, Visigoths and Romans. Join Sonya Norman and Jesùs Garcia for an engaging talk and discussion.

Apr 06—Apr 27, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Sand to Summit

Sand to Summit explores the fascinating story of the Great Sand Dunes system and examines the complex natural system that maintains the dunes in Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve.

Apr 08, 2017
National Park Store: Paint ‘n Spurs The Men Who Founded the Cowboy Artists of America

Discover the true stories of the five men who created the Cowboy Artists of America, their biographies, examples of their sketches, and a brief history of the prestigious organization they created.

Apr 12, 2017
National Parks Store: Little Known Stores, Extraordinary Arizona Women

Join presenter Mark Little as he shares the stories of Nellie Cashman, Elizabeth Hudson Smith, and Annie Neal, three remarkable women in Arizona history.

Apr 16, 2017
National Parks Store: Closed

Closure due to Easter.

Apr 19, 2017
National Parks Store: Prehistoric and Anglo Dry Farming on The Great Sage Plain, Colorado

WNPA invites you to join author John Bezy for a presentation about the influence of geology—specifically wind-deposited silt—on prehistoric Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) and early twentieth-century Anglo dry farmers on the Great Sage Plain, Colorado.

Apr 22, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Wilderness in America

Celebrate Earth Day! Wilderness in America helps to explain the foresight of those who thought to conserve national parks and wilderness area and shows our changing relationships to the land over four centuries.

Apr 26, 2017
National Parks Store: Tucson Poetry Society

Delight in the wonder of words as the Tucson Poetry Society members share their poetry, including poems about nature’s wonders. Please join us in celebrating National Poetry Month with two retired national park staff and the Tucson Poetry Society.

Apr 29, 2017
National Parks Store: Henry Ossian Flipper: West Point’s First Black Graduate

Join long-time resident of Arizona, historian, and author Jane Eppinga as she tells the story of Henry Ossian Flipper, West Point’s first black graduate.

May 13, 2017
National Parks Store: Noctrane Concert

Noctrane explores the dynamic rhythms and sonic landscapes of bluegrass, jazz, and roots music. The ensemble’s performances are a blend of original compositions and bluegrass and jazz classics.

© All Rights Reserved. Western National Parks Association is a 501(c)(3) corporation and the official nonprofit education partner of 71 national park partners in the western United States.