Local conservation group Friends of Cedar Mesa is hosting its annual Celebrate Cedar Mesa event, a full weekend of lively presentations, local films, workshops, hikes and service projects helping protect the beauty and archaeology of this spectacular landscape.
The three-day weekend held March 4 – 6, 2016 in Bluff is sure to make a splash. Friends of Cedar Mesa kicks off the weekend Friday the 4th with service projects on our public lands. Friday night, everyone is invited to a free evening of films, awards, snacks and a presentation on archaeoastronomy.
Saturday is the big gathering at the Bluff Community Center. Early registration for this event is $30 and includes lunch and a chili dinner. The agenda featuring archaeologists, botanists, local land managers and FCM staff can be found online. Saturday night, registrants are invited to an evening of dancing and live music by Durango bluegrass band “Running out of Road.” Cash bar.
Sunday, meet up with other Cedar Mesa Celebrants for organized hikes and workshops. Register now for workshops, as they’re filling up quickly!