Fee Free Weekend
Apr
15
Apr 16

Fee Free Weekend

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating National Parks Week by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Fee Free Weekend
Apr
22
Apr 23

Fee Free Weekend

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating National Parks Week by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Park entrance is usually $25.00 per vehicle. Camping and boating fees still apply.

For more info, visit the Park Service website HERE

Hiking Arizona: Tales from the Trail
May
9
7:00 pm19:00

Hiking Arizona: Tales from the Trail

The Arizona National Scenic Trail is quickly gaining popularity alongside major routes like the Appalachian trail and Pacific Crest trail. This 800 mile recreational lifeline runs from Mexico to Utah connecting communities and people to the scenic assets of the state. As a long time Gateway Community Advisor for the Arizona Trail Association, Sirena Dufault has spent a lot of time on the trail and in communities raising awareness for Arizona’s vanishing vistas. Now working independently, she will present on the benefits of the trail and how we can accommodate the increased tourism it has to offer.

Glen Canyon Bat Festival
Jul
22
5:00 pm17:00

Glen Canyon Bat Festival

Come to the Wahweap Amphitheater for a fun filled evening of bat activities and prizes. On Saturday, July 22nd, Glen Canyon Natural History Association will be partnering with Glen Canyon Park Service to host the 2nd Annual Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Bat Festival from 5pm - 10pm.

The Artist, the Trader, the Blair Family
Aug
11
7:00 pm19:00

The Artist, the Trader, the Blair Family

Witness the history of the west through the stories and collections of one trading post and its family. Friday, August 11th at the Powell Museum, join Glen Canyon Lecture Series and the Blair family for an intimate look at the artistry of the Southwest. This free event begins at 7pm. Come early for Friday night art walk and view the trading post collection inside the museum.

Fee Free Day
Aug
25
12:00 am00:00

Fee Free Day

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating the holiday by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Park entrance is usually $25.00 per vehicle. Camping and boating fees still apply.

For more info, visit the Park Service website HERE

Fee Free Day
Sep
30
12:00 am00:00

Fee Free Day

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating the holiday by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Park entrance is usually $25.00 per vehicle. Camping and boating fees still apply.

For more info, visit the Park Service website HERE

The Disappearances: a Story of Exploration, Murder and Mystery in the American West
Oct
10
7:00 pm19:00

The Disappearances: a Story of Exploration, Murder and Mystery in the American West

Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to John C Page Memorial Park at 7pm for chilling tales and warm refreshments courtesy of Glen Canyon Lecture Series. Guest speaker, Scott Thybony, recounts adventures in uncovering mysterious deaths and disappearances of the historic Southwest. This free community event is open to people of all ages to come and enjoy.

Discover Glen Canyon NRA
Oct
27
Nov 2

Discover Glen Canyon NRA

Explore the shores and hidden canyons with renowned photographer and geologist, Gary Ladd. Travel by houseboat to weathered sandstone ridges, fantastic stone structures, and tranquil coves to discover some of Lake Powell’s more remote treasures. Enjoy small class sizes and expert firsthand instruction accompanied by daily scenic hiking opportunities. - for a complete description, visit the Discover Glen Canyon field school page.

Discover Glen Canyon NRA
Nov
5
Nov 11

Discover Glen Canyon NRA

Explore the shores and hidden canyons with renowned photographer and geologist, Gary Ladd. Travel by houseboat to weathered sandstone ridges, fantastic stone structures, and tranquil coves to discover some of Lake Powell’s more remote treasures. Enjoy small class sizes and expert firsthand instruction accompanied by daily scenic hiking opportunities. - for a complete description, visit the Discover Glen Canyon field school page.

Fee Free Weekend
Nov
11
Nov 12

Fee Free Weekend

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating the holiday by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Park entrance is usually $25.00 per vehicle. Camping and boating fees still apply.

For more info, visit the Park Service website HERE


From Powell To Power: A Recounting of the First 100 River Runners through the Grand Canyon
Feb
21
7:00 pm19:00

From Powell To Power: A Recounting of the First 100 River Runners through the Grand Canyon

  • Page Community Center

Tuesday, February 21st, at 7:00pm, Grand Canyon author Tom Martin will present a 50 minute behind the scenes look at Otis “Dock” Marston’s book “From Powell to Power: A Recounting of the First One Hundred River Runners Through Grand Canyon.” Doors open 6:45pm for refreshments at Page Community Center.

Fee Free Day
Feb
20
12:00 am00:00

Fee Free Day

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating the holiday by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Park entrance is usually $25.00 per vehicle. Camping and boating fees still apply.

For more info, visit the Park Service website HERE

Fee Free Day
Jan
16
12:00 am00:00

Fee Free Day

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of many national public lands celebrating the holiday by offering free park entrance. Take this opportunity to discover - or re-discover - your favorite places inside Glen Canyon.

Glen Canyon NHA Annual Meeting
Jan
14
9:00 am09:00
NHA

Glen Canyon NHA Annual Meeting

  • State 48 Tavern

2016 was a big year for Glen Canyon Natural History Association. Join us for a review of the many great programs and progress made this last year, as well as a glimpse into exciting events in 2017.

Shaman's Star Party
Nov
18
6:00 pm18:00

Shaman's Star Party

  • Big Water Visitor center

Join local astronomers Friday night at Big Water Visitor Center in Big Water, UT for an evening of historic astronomical wonder. From 6-9pm, check out galaxies, planets, and an ancient supernova.

This event is free and all ages are welcome. Dress warmly, the event will be held outside.

The Healing Properties of Navajo Ceremonies
Nov
15
7:00 pm19:00

The Healing Properties of Navajo Ceremonies

Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord, MD presents a look at the multi-faceted tradition of Navajo Healing ceremonies and their connection to modern medical practice, Eastern medicine and what we now know about maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Come to Page Town House Tuesday, November 15th at 7pm to learn more. Light refreshments will be served courtesy of Glen Canyon Lecture Series.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Nov
12
5:30 pm17:30

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Travel across cultures and landscapes with 9 films about nature based recreation, culture, and how the two impact each other. Glen Canyon Natural History Association and Page High School UNITY Club present the first ever Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Page, Arizona. Visit the Page Middle School on Saturday, November 12th. Doors open at 5:30pm. Support your local student organizations at several booths serving food and beverages, learn more about the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and the environmental initiatives supported by its national sponsors, enter our raffle to win some amazing prize packages from local sponsors. Film program starts at 6:30pm with films suitable for the whole family.

From rock climbing and ultra running to snow boarding and swimming, outdoor recreation is a major part of the tourism industry in America. As nature becomes a trade commodity, it's time to start looking at home ground as not just space we occupy, but a finite global resource. Care for the landscape rests in the hands of visitors and residents alike. Whether we call a place home or a vacation spot, we are more connected to the land than we know.


Wild & Scenic Film Festival is held by the South Yuba River Citizen's League (SYRCL) and produced with independent film makers and national sponsors. All films shown at this event are part of a touring program shown nationally by groups who support education and outreach for the environment. For more information about the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and touring festivals nearby, go to wildandscenicfilmfestival.org.


THANK YOU to our regional and local sponsors for supporting this program.

The Page Wild & Scenic Film Festival would not be possible without the generous support of AZ Humanities, Page Honda Polaris, Colorado River Discovery, Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours, and Boston's True Value.

Thank you to all the local sponsors who donated to the fundraising raffle!

Structural Health Monitoring of Rock Arches
Nov
2
6:30 pm18:30

Structural Health Monitoring of Rock Arches

Geoscientists traveled to the heart of Glen Canyon to study one of the area's most loved stone monuments. Their research presents an astonishing new look at the nature of sandstone and how it reacts to the landscape. You're invited to National Park Service Headquarters - 691 Scenic View Drive - on Wednesday, November 2nd for a presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Moore. Program starts at 6:30pm MST

Navajo Bridge Star Party
Oct
21
Oct 22

Navajo Bridge Star Party

Join astronomers on historic Navajo Bridge for an exploration of the night sky within scenic Marble Canyon. Friday, October 21st and Saturday, October 22nd from 6:30pm to 10:00pm turn your eyes to the night skies for this free event sponsored by Glen Canyon NHA and Coconino County District 5 office. Parking available at Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center, restrooms and visitor center will be open late for the public.

Autumn Stories: An Intimate Night of Eerie and Auspicious Storytelling
Oct
18
7:00 pm19:00

Autumn Stories: An Intimate Night of Eerie and Auspicious Storytelling

  • John C. Page park

Bring your blankets, sleeping bags, and lawn chairs to John C. Page Park Tuesday, October 18 at 7pm for storytelling in the dark courtesy of Glen Canyon Lecture Series and famed author, Craig Childs. Warm cider, hot cocoa, and light refreshments served by Page Public Library and Powell Museum make for the perfect cozy evening out.

Big Water Dinosaur Festival
Sep
16
Sep 18

Big Water Dinosaur Festival

Get prehistoric with the 4th annual Big Water Dinosaur Festival in Big Water, Utah.

The festival kicks off Friday, September 16th with a special presentation from keynote speaker, Christa Sadler. Bring the family out on Saturday to the vendor fair for games, prizes, and more! The BLM will take visitors on a special tour on Sunday to close the excitement. If you love Dinosaurs, this is the festival for you!

New Moon Stargazing with NPS
Sep
2
7:30 pm19:30

New Moon Stargazing with NPS

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of your daytime activities to join astronomy enthusiasts at Wahweap Amphitheater on Friday, September 2nd.

National Park Service Centennial Celebration
Aug
25
10:00 am10:00

National Park Service Centennial Celebration

You're invited to a special birthday celebration in our national parks to celebrate 100 years of the NPS Organic Act that brought the National Park Service into action.

Stop by any Glen Canyon National Recreation Area visitor center between 10am and noon on Thursday, August 25 for cake and activities with the rangers.