100th Birthday for the National Park Service at Petroglyph National Monument, Albuquerque
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100th Birthday for the National Park Service

Centennial Celebration

The National Park Service turns 100 this year and Albuquerque is throwing a little party to kick off the second century of wildlife and open space preservation. Okay, so there might not be a birthday cake or balloons at this soiree but there will be a special presentation hosted by ranger Allison Martin. Join Martin at the Petroglyph National Monument on Saturday, Aug. 20, to learn about the history of the National Park Service and why parks are so important. The talk begins at 6:30pm and is totally free. (Monica Schmitt)

Saturday Aug 20, 2016

6510 Western Trail NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

13+

Contact:

Allison Martin

Phone: 505-899-0205
Website: Click to Visit

Ranger Allison Martin discusses the history of the National Park Service.

Join ranger, Allison Martin, as she travels through the history of the National Park Service and its creation. Who were the major players? Why are parks so important? What does the future look like? Explore these questions during this presentation in a special celebration for the entire park service.