NPCA invites you to attend these events in support of our national parks!

NPCA Events

Freedom to Float 2014 Events
June 6, 2014 to August 17, 2014
Mid-Atlantic Region
NPCA and supporters are holding paddling and cleanup events throughout the region.

Knoxville See America Exhibits
June 9, 2014 to August 3, 2014
Knoxville, TN
NPCA and the Creative Action Network invite you to a special Knoxville exhibit featuring the next generation of See America artwork.

Crown of the Continent--step into “the Wildest Rockies”
July 24, 2014
Seattle, WA
On July 24, world-renowned wildlife biologist Douglas H. Chadwick and photographer Steven Gnam will share images and stories--of tracking wolverines, of being tracked by cougars, and so much more--from their new coffee-table-book-with-a-purpose Crown of the Continent: The Wildest Rockies (Braided River/Mountaineers Books). Their multi-media presentation will explore the surprising connections between culture, history, communities, and the great outdoors in one of the world's most majestic regions.

Utah Symphony Mighty 5 Tour
August 11, 2014 to August 17, 2014
Five of Utah’s national parks
The Utah Symphony will perform at or near all five of Utah’s national parks during a weeklong tour in August. These free events, dubbed the Mighty 5 Tour, are part of the orchestra’s 75th-anniversary celebration and a lead-up to the 2016 centennial celebration of the National Park Service.

Art and National Parks, with author Terry Lawson Dunn and a display of new See America posters, presented by the Creative Action Network.
August 14, 2014
Salt Lake City, UT
NPCA’s Southwest Regional Office, The King’s English Bookshop, and 15th Street Gallery are delighted to welcome author and artist Terry Lawson Dunn to Salt Lake City for a night of Art and National Parks.

Twinkling Stars: Great Basin Astronomy Festival
September 18, 2014 to September 20, 2014
Great Basin National Park, Nevada
The park’s night skies—often called the darkest in the lower 48 states—attract dozens of professional and amateur astronomers to this annual event, which features 30 to 40 telescopes set up for public use.


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