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Friday, August  1 at 10 am to 5 pm
August Kiva Gallery Exhibit

Carolyn D. Barela

Vibrant, lively colors invite you to share the delightful visions of native New Mexican artist Carolyn D. Barela, whose colorful oil paintings are inspired by the Southwest itself. An open reception will be held Saturday, August 2, from 3:30–5PM.


Saturday, August  30 at 2 pm
Indigo Raven Celtic Music Concert

Indigo Raven Celtic Music Concert

Come enjoy an hour of simple music from the rocky coasts and emerald hills of the Celtic world. Singer Maya Cross-Killingsworth has been performing since the age of five with her guitarist father, Monte Killingsworth. Together the duo brings new life to the traditional music of England, Ireland, and Scotland. $5 WNPA members/$7 nonmembers. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable. For reservations please call during business hours or go to wnpa.org.


Tuesday, September  2 at all month
Monthly Kiva Gallery Exhibit

Parks in Focus

Featuring photographs by the kids of Parks in Focus. See national parks through the lens of our youth. The Udall Foundation’s Parks in Focus program provides opportunities for middle school students from underserved communities to explore and learn about nature through photography, outdoor education, and creative expression. No reservations required.


Wednesday, September  3 at 12PM & 2PM
The “Star-Spangled Banner”: The Rest of the Story

Presented by Don Sayenga

This summer marks the bicentennial of the British military invasion of the United States during the War of 1812. Learn about this war, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and American patriotism. For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event


Saturday, September  6 at 10AM–4:30PM
American Indian Arts Show & Sale

Presented by WNPA

Join us for a special exhibition and sale of the artwork of Diné (Navajo) painter and sculptor David John, Laguna & Hopi jeweler Howard Sice, and Tohono O’odham basket-makers Fred & Della Cruz. Meet these talented contemporary American Indian artists, watch them work, and make your own Tohono O’odham prayer sticks with instruction by Fred Cruz. Free and open to the public.


Wednesday, September  10 at 12PM & 2PM
Escape of the Apache Kid

Presented by Douglas Hamilton

In 1889, nine Apache and Mexican condemned prisoners escaped from a stagecoach in Pinal County, Arizona Territory. Hear their captivating story of miscarried justice, friendship gone bad, murder, mystery, and a widespread manhunt. For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.


Saturday, September  13 at 12PM & 2PM
Wranglin’ Reptiles—with Live Reptiles!

Presented by Cecil Schwalbe

Discover Arizona’s most spectacular reptiles with retired research ecologist Cecil Schwalbe, who has been intensively involved in research on and conservation of amphibians and reptiles for almost two decades. Featuring live reptiles! For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.


Wednesday, September  17 at 12PM & 2PM
Diving and Underwater Archaeology with the NPS

Presented by Butch Farabee

Every year NPS divers recover drowning victims, conduct biological and archaeological research, maintain docks and buoys, and monitor historic shipwrecks sunk on park lands. Discover the fascinating and varied world of divers of the NPS. For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.


Friday, September  19 at 2 pm
Lost Strands of Ourselves Myth & Ancestry: A Concert

Performed by Will Clipman

Donning different masks of his own making, Will becomes the narrator spirit of his original stories. Will accompanies himself on a pan-global palette of indigenous instruments, weaving a tapestry of the spoken word, visual imagery, and sonic atmosphere. $12 WNPA members/$15 nonmembers. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable. For reservations please call during business hours or go to wnpa.org.


Saturday, September  20 at 12PM (one show only)
Film: Canyon de Chelly—American History, Heritage & Tradition

Presented by Baerclaw Productions

Located in the middle of the Navajo Reservation, Canyon de Chelly has been home to American Indians for four millenia. Take a trip into this mysterious and sacred canyon. For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.


Tuesday, September  23 at 1PM (one class only)
Vegetable Gardening in a Desert Climate

Presented by Susan Billings of the Arizona Daily Star

Have you always wanted to start a vegetable garden but don’t know where to start? This free class offers tips on how to amend your soil, smart watering, when to plant what, and the top 10 foolproof vegetables. For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.


Wednesday, September  24 at 12PM & 2PM
How to Read the American West: A Field Guide

Presented by William Wyckoff

William Wyckoff combines stunning photographs with incisive commentary in his new book, illustrating how everything from the mundane to the sublime defines the modern American West in a way that makes it unique from anywhere else in the world. For reservations please call during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event.


Saturday, September  27 at 10 am to 4 pm
Lost Strands of Ourselves Myth & Ancestry: A Workshop

Presented by Will Clipman

This two-day mask-making workshop is facilitated by six-time Grammy-nominated musician, award-winning poet, and internationally renowned maskmaker and storyteller Will Clipman. $135 members/$145 nonmembers. Price includes supplies and lunch. Limited to 12 participants. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable. For reservations please call during business hours or go to wnpa.org.


Tuesday, October  21 at to Thursday, October 23, 2014
Insider Tour: Canyon de Chelly National Monument & Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site



Travel the sacred and colorful landscape of the Navajo Nation as we explore Canyon de Chelly—an area that has been continuously inhabited for 5,000 years. Take a jeep tour in the canyon and enjoy an evening of storytelling and music with canyon resident William Yazzie. This tour also features a stop at Hubbell Trading Post and a behind-the-scenes curator’s tour of the Hubbell home.

$650 WNPA members/$695 nonmembers. Price includes transportation, meals, lodging, and entrance fees. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable.



Wednesday, November  5 at 9 am
Insider Tour: White Sands National Monument

Presented by WNPA

Visit White Sands National Monument, the Amerind Museum, & Old Mesilla, as well as Las Cruces, New Mexico. Explore the dunes at White Sand with ranger-led hikes, dune-sledding, and a full-moon walk, and learn all about the park, its purpose, and its various ongoing research projects. $680 WNPA members/$725 nonmembers. Price includes transportation, meals, lodging, and entrance fees. Limited to 9 participants. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable.


 

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