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2019 Judges Talk

If you've always wondered how judges of an art competition make decisions on who wins, this is an event you want to be sure to attend.  Join this year's plein air competition judges to learn how they evaluate the work submitted and ultimately make decisions on who receives awards.  Come back soon to learn who […]

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Mimi’s Bakery & Deli Poetry for Pie Reading

LOCATION:  On side of the bakery under shaded pergola. The public is invited to stop by the Bakery to read their own poetry, or any poetry of their choice. Readers will be rewarded with a free beverage and slice of pie (limit of one per participant per day). Various poetry books will be on-hand for […]

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2019 USU Art Truck and STEM Dome: Y of the STEM

Y of the STEM Utilizing a 16-foot Mobile Planetarium Projection Dome, in conjunction with the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art Mobile Art Truck, students and the public will be given the opportunity to experience and learn about water, its importance and its uses in their region.  The title of the program, Y of the STEM, references […]

Artists Panel Discussion

Escalante Community Center

Come back soon to see who will be part of the Artists Panel Discussion this year.        

Christa Sadler: Phipps Arch Exploration

Meet at Grand Staircase Escalante Partners Office 530 West Main Street, Escalante

NOTE: Limited to 10 participants.  To RSVP, please sign up here.  Carpool out to Escalante River Trailhead from GSEP Office. Phipps Arch is a massive sandstone arch that sits high above Phipps Wash, a tributary to the Escalante River—an area rich in natural and human history: geology, biology, archeology, and even some pioneer history. We’ll […]

Christa Sadler: Hoodoo Voodoo: An Exploration of Escalante’s Very Own Hoodoos (and everything around them!)

Meet at Grand Staircase Escalante Partners Office 530 West Main Street, Escalante

NOTE: Limited to 12 particpants.  To RSVP, please sign up here.  Carpool out to parking area from GSEP Office. BLM-Bob Wick Hoodoos are some of the oddest and most whimsical landforms that occur in the desert Southwest. Escalante has their very own hoodoos that are easy to access and fun to explore. We’ll park along […]

Constance Lynn: If You Listen, They Will Teach You: Nature Awareness as an Opening into Deeper Connections with Self, Others, the Earth and All Beings

Meet at Grand Staircase Escalante Partners Office 530 West Main Street, Escalante

NOTE: Limited to 10 participants (minimum 5).  To RSVP, please sign up here.  Carpool out to Escalante River Trailhead from GSEP Office. On this journey we will walk into the wild and drop into the language of Nature, opening our senses and directly experiencing what it is to be fully participatory with all of Life. […]

Cindy Calbaum: Trees of the Escalante Mountains

Meet at Grand Staircase Escalante Partners Office 530 West Main Street, Escalante

NOTE: Limited to 10 particpants (4 minimum).  To RSVP, please sign up here.  Carpool from the Escalante Interagency Visitor Center parking area. Cindy Calbaum will teach you how to identify the conifer species which are native to the Escalante Mountains and the basics of how to identify deciduous trees. After learning about tree identification, Cindy […]

Bob Stevenson: 20 Mile Dinosaur Track Site – Tracks Across Time

Meet in Escalante Interagency Visitor Center Parking Lot 755 West Main Street, ESCALANTE

NOTE: Limited to 12 people.  To RSVP, please sign up here.  Caravan from visitor center to the track site.   Through science and imagination, we’ll travel across time, where present and past converge to cross paths with a dinosaur.  Before Bob Stevenson was Bob, he was a rock.  As Bob, he studied rocks, earned a […]

Alan Titus: Time Traveling Through the Age of Dinosaurs

Meet in Escalante Interagency Visitor Center Parking Lot 755 West Main Street, ESCALANTE

NOTE: Limited to 25 people.  To RSVP, please sign up here.  Caravan along HWY 12 toward The Blues Overlook with stops along the way. No pets allowed.   The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument region contains an exceptional geologic record of the Mesozoic, or “Age of Dinosaurs.” Come explore the second half of that record, and […]