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Jul 06—Jul 27, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | A Land in Motion

Experience the awe and wonder of White Sands National Monument, the world’s largest gypsum dune field, in A Land in Motion, the 2012 winner of the Best of Government Agencies Merit Award for Cinematography.

Jul 26, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Those Who Came Before

Learn all about the American Indians who inhabited the Southwest, as well as the explorers, ranchers, and scholars who pieced together their history in this film.

Aug 03, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Around Cape Horn

Wednesday, August 3 11 AM Only In 1929, the last great days of commercial sailing were passing. During that year, Captain Irving Johnson sailed aboard the massive barque, Peking. In this film, he narrates the passage in the style that has made him a favorite on the lecture circuit around the world. The most spectacular scenes were filmed during a wild storm as the ship rounds the feared Cape Horn. This is not a commercial documentary, but more like Johnson’s…

Aug 09, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Ancient Indian Cultures of Northern Arizona

Wednesday, August 9 12 PM & 2 PM The archeological sites of Northern Arizona contain the cultural legacy of a fascinating prehistoric Indian people who first settled there nearly 1,500 years ago. Learn about the settlements they built, how their culture flourished, and the sophisticated structures and artifacts that reveal much about their lives. From the farmlands of Sunset Crater, to the sprawling settlements of Wupatki, and the spectacular cliff dwellings at Montezuma Castle, Ancient Indian Cultures of Northern Arizona…

Aug 10, 2017
National Parks Store: Film | Around Cape Horn

In 1929, the last great days of commercial sailing were passing. During that year, Captain Irving Johnson sailed aboard the massive barque, Peking. In this film, he narrates the passage in the style that has made him a favorite on the lecture circuit around the world. The most spectacular scenes were filmed during a wild storm as the ship rounds the feared Cape Horn. This is not a commercial documentary, but more like Johnson’s personal home movie of his experience.…

Aug 16, 2017
National Parks Store | Film: Paving the Way: The National Park-to-Park Highway, Part 1

Wednesday, August 16 12 PM & 2 PM Pack your spare tires and extra provisions for an epic adventure that was a quintessential moment in American automobile tourism. Join us on the 76-day inaugural tour of the Park-to-Park Highway, a 5,000-mile route that connected all 12 of the national parks in 1920. Filmmaker Brandon Wade presents this perilous, yet lighthearted story about a time when ordinary people could finally own automobiles but had few paved roads to drive on. Stories…

Aug 19, 2017
National Parks Store | Film: The Sun Dagger

Saturday, August 19 12 PM & 2 PM The Sun Dagger explores the complex culture of the Chacoan people, who constructed an extraordinary celestial calendar and thrived both spiritually and materially in the harsh environment of Chaco Canyon a thousand years ago. This classic film documents the calendar created by the Chacoans and later rediscovered by artist Anna Sofaer, high on a butte in New Mexico. The “dagger” is the only known site in the world that marks the extreme…

Aug 23, 2017
National Parks Store | Film: Paving the Way: The National Park-to-Park Highway, Part 2

Wednesday, August 23 12 PM & 2 PM Pack your spare tires and extra provisions for an epic adventure that was a quintessential moment in American automobile tourism. Join us on the 76-day inaugural tour of the Park-to-Park Highway, a 5,000-mile route that connected all 12 of the national parks in 1920. Filmmaker Brandon Wade presents this perilous, yet lighthearted story about a time when ordinary people could finally own automobiles but had few paved roads to drive on. Stories…

Aug 26, 2017
National Parks Store | Film: America’s Western National Parks

Saturday, August 26 12 PM Only Celebrate the beginning of the National Park Service’s second century with the best of the West. From California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range to South Dakota’s Badlands, from the depths of the Grand Canyon to the peaks of the Olympic Mountains, explore over 30 national park areas. With panoramic vistas and amazing wildlife, this is the essence of America’s western parklands! Running time: 94 minutes To request a reservation, please call during business hours one…

Aug 30, 2017
National Parks Store | Film: Monument Valley Navajo Homeland

Wednesday, August 30 12 PM & 2 PM In this beautifully-filmed program, the majestic beauty of Monument Valley and the mystical bond between the Navajo and their homeland is on full display. See how the Navajo have adapted to harmonize with this arid, rugged land. Watch as men and women practice crafts and customs according to ancient traditions, including rug-weaving and a rarely-seen religious ceremony performed by a Navajo Medicine Man. To request a reservation, please call during business hours…

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