Upcoming Events

Fossil Hike

Outdoor Adventure and Science & Land

Hike with a geologist to view crinoid fossils

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What Did the Owl Eat Last Night?

Science & Land

Meet a live owl up-close in a fun interactive event for kids and adults with Wasatch Mountain State Park Ranger/Naturalist, Kathy Donnell.

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Kaibab Paiute Tribal Dress, Tradition, and Culture throughout the Ages

The Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians will speak, sing, and demonstrate their use of nature through clothing, language and song

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Spaceship Earth: What Can I Do to Help?

Science & Land and Arts & Culture

Experience a multimedia presentation by singer and songwriter Laurie Dameron to learn how we can care for and sustain our beautiful earth

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Evening Yoga

Community

Decompress with a relaxing evening yoga session

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Mansard Trail Hike

Outdoor Adventure and Arts & Culture

Hike the Mansard Trail with two experienced locals up to the petroglyphs

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Growing Native Plants in our Desert Communities (Orderville)

Science & Land

Learn about the benefits of native plants and how to promote their growth.

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California Condor Reintroduction & Recovery

Science & Land

Learn from the Peregrine Fund about the reintroduction of condors to the southwest

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Red Cliffs Desert Reserve and its Biodiversity

Science & Land

Learn how Washington County, Utah protected its endangered species

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Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Planet (documentary film)

Films and Science & Land

NASA shows a visual tour of Earth through satellite imagery and time lapses of Earth's three key climate-balancing features changing over the decades

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Tilted Mesa Botany Walk

Outdoor Adventure and Science & Land

Explore the ancient junipers, other plants and lichens of the Tilted Mesa trail system.

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Growing Native Plants in our Desert Communities (Kanab)

Science & Land

Learn about the benefits of native plants and how to promote their growth.

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Habitat Connectivity in Southern Utah

Science & Land

Hear from the Wildlands Network team about habitat connectivity in Southern Utah and the importance of migration corridors.

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Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty (documentary film)

Films

A film on Stewart Lee Udall, the most prominent and effective Secretary of the Interior in American history; post-film discussion to follow

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Star Party 2024 (Friday)

Science & Land and Night Sky

Join us on Friday and Saturday nights for a star party- telescopes will be present!

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Tilted Mesa Mountain Bike Ride

Outdoor Adventure

Enjoy a morning bike ride on the new Tilted Mesa Trail system, just east of Kanab

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Archeology Stewardship Site

Arts & Culture

Join an archeologist as you visit a steward site and learn about the importance of preservation

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LDS Views on the Environment Panel Discussion

Community and Science & Land

A panel discussion on LDS cultural and doctrinal views on the environment and stewardship.

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Potluck Social

Community

Meet up with friends, the presenters, festival organizers, and make new friends at our annual potluck social

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Chris Paul Band (Public Concert)

Community

Listen, sing, or dance along to a variety of music favorites that consists of classic rock, pop, funk, disco, R&B & country

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Astrophotography Field Workshop 2024

Arts & Culture and Night Sky

This field workshop will provide practical instruction for capturing night sky images including equipment and techniques for intermediate and advanced photographers.

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Star Party 2024 (Saturday)

Science & Land and Night Sky

Join us on Friday and Saturday nights for a star party- telescopes will be present!

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Bird Walk at Jackson Flat Reservoir 2024

Outdoor Adventure and Science & Land

Join fellow bird enthusiasts for a morning walk at Jackson Flat Reservoir to spot and identify local favorites and migrating birds

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Poetry at the Nomad Cafe

Share a poem on your appreciation for the public lands, southern Utah, nature, or the earth, alongside Kanab's Willow Wind Poets

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National Parks and Native Voices: The Past and Now

Science & Land and Arts & Culture

Join Park Ranger Doug Crispin for an insider’s look at the recent place name changes, native relations, and history in the National Parks.

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How to Make a Portable Stove

Community

Make a portable stove for camping and other uses, and bring it on home!

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