LIFE ON THE ARIZONA STRIP: PAST & PRESENT

Presented By: Pipe Spring National Monument

NPS Centennial Celebration Event!

IMPORTANT NOTE: This event takes place in Arizona. 10:00 AM Arizona Time is 11:00 AM Utah Time!

Gather for cowboy coffee and old-time music at the chuck wagon. Learn flint napping, yucca sandal, Paiute bead craft and rope making. Try your arm at throwing an atlatl, cast an animal track, make a rag doll or enjoy toys and games from the 19th century! Attend a historic grasslands talk by our resource manager or tour the Pipe Spring Museum collection with the Monument curator. BLM Kanab Office will be on site with a wildlife display. Complete schedule at www.nps.gov/pisp.

Pipe Spring National Monument, 14 miles west of Fredonia, AZ, on Hwy 389. Regular entrance fees apply: $7.00/adult 16 and over. Free with America the Beautiful passes (annual, senior, access, 4th grade Every Kid in a Park or military)

Location Map : Pipe Spring National Monument, Kaibab, AZ, United States

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For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Cathy Alger

Event Contact Phone: 928-643-7105 ext 215

Event Contact Email: Catherine_alger@nps.gov

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