Monday, May 29, 2006
The National Park Service and the Uinta National Forest invite you to join us for our summer evening ranger programs. These free programs, presented by National Park Service Rangers, involve a wide variety of topics relating to our local natural resources, wildlife and history. The one-hour programs begin at 7:30 p.m. and are held at the Timpanogos Cave National Monument Visitor Center unless otherwise noted. Please be aware that a $3.00 vehicle entrance fee is required to access American Fork Canyon. For further information call (801) 756-5238.
Location: Timpanogos Cave National Monument Visitor Center Time: 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Friday, June 2 "National Parks: Americaâs Second Great Idea" The National Park Service preserves some of the countryâs most impressive treasures. Ranger Royce Shelley shares the history of the National Park Service and what it means to America and the world.
Saturday, June 3 "Câmon Everybody â Letâs Go Fishing!" Location: Highland Glen Park (formerly Adventure Learning Park located behind Lone Peak High School) Anglers, young and old, will get hooked on Fishing while learning basic fishing techniques every person who wets a hook needs to know. Bring your own poles or use one of ours to practice what youâve learned with Ranger Brad Woolstenhulm. Weâll have plenty of fish stories to tell when weâre done.
Monday, June 5 "Living Legends: History of Mining in American Fork Canyonâ American Fork Canyon has enjoyed a colorful history due to the diversity of the people who have lived, worked, and played here. Join Ranger Jay Allen for an evening of stories about the men and women who helped shape this area.