Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Rocky Mountain National Park Centennial Planning Underway

Come learn about Rocky Mountain National Park's exciting Centennial plans and how you can get involved on Wednesday, March 12, at 6:00 p.m. Anniversary Coordinator Barbara Scott will provide an update at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center in Rocky Mountain National Park.

The year-long Centennial Celebration will kick-off on September 4, 2014, the 99th anniversary of Rocky's dedication as a national park. A Re-Dedication Ceremony will bring the celebration to an end on September 4, 2015.

Rocky Mountain National Park staff, park partners, individuals, businesses, and organizations from surrounding communities are brainstorming and planning educational programs, products, and special events to celebrate 100 years of Rocky Mountain National Park history, relationships, and connections.

Rocky Mountain National Park's 100th Anniversary Celebration will encourage people to rediscover and reconnect with the wilderness, wildlife, and wonder that have inspired and continue to inspire visitors to Rocky Mountain National Park. How would you celebrate Rocky Mountain National Park's Centennial? What kinds of events or programs would you like to see put on by your local organizations? Rocky Mountain National Park encourages you to think about ways you can connect with the natural and cultural history of the park through activities that engage and appeal to a variety of audiences. Will you host a poetry contest or a centennial concert? A children's play? Maybe a hiking challenge or a bird watching seminar?

Please join the park on Wednesday, March 12th, to provide your input and ideas. For more information you can call the park at 970-586-1206.

If planning to visit Rocky Mountain National Park during the centennial celebration, or anytime this year, please note that our website offers a wide variety of accommodation listings in both Estes Park and Grand Lake. Also, don't forget to check out our other Things To Do page to help with all your trip planning.


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