Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at 6:30pm
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Lecturer: Jackie Sanderson, Natural Resource Specialist Douglas County Division of Open Space and Natural Resources
You can enjoy beautiful scenery, rocks, peaks, wildlife, and solitude without having to fight the I-70 traffic. Douglas County has protected almost 17,000 acres of fabulous properties that connect to thousands of others that will never be developed. With ten trailheads and over 90 miles of trails just on open space lands, you can seek out a variety of opportunities to explore with your friends. Or try our park lands or National Forests for hundreds of miles more for hiking. Find out where to take the back roads and embark on some day hikes that will entice you to discover more (maybe on mountain bikes or horseback!) View scenic photos and trail maps that will lead you to your next outdoor adventure not far from home, but in the natural world that we love.
Patrons may choose to attend the lecture in-person at the PACE Center or chose to receive a link to live-stream the lecture from the comfort of their home. Patrons attending in-person should plan to wear a mask and sit socially distanced from other parties. Patrons receiving a live-stream will receive a video link and password 48 hours prior to the lecture from Parker Arts Patron Services.
Cost: FREE but reservations are required.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 2:30pm Pacific Time
Zoom | Link Provided Upon Registration
Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 11:00am Mountain Time
Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 1:00pm Mountain Time
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