CONNECTING PEOPLE, CULTURES & COMMUNITIES
APRIL 2019
Volunteer Event at Fort Tuthill County Park
APRIL 20 - VOLUNTEER EVENT
Join us on Saturday, April 20, from 9-11 a.m. at Fort Tuthill County Park for an Earth Day cleanup! We'll gather at the parking lot next to the Bike Park and grab supplies for picking up trash around the park. See you there!

APRIL - NATIONAL VOLUNTEER MONTH
April is National Volunteer Month.
Thank you, volunteers, for all the work you do! We appreciate your time, talents and commitment in the community!
Nature-Based Learning
Outdoor exploration can happen all around us, whether it's in your own backyard or the backyard that is Coconino County.

Visit our website for a list of youth and adult nature-based summer programs, including archery clinics and youth summer camps. Coconino.AZ.Gov/RecPrograms 
In partnership with the National Association of Counties, Coconino County is celebrating April as County Government Month. We take pride in our responsibility to protect and enhance the health, welfare and safety of our residents in cost-effective ways.

This year, Coconino County is focusing on the critical role that counties play in connecting people by promoting public health, ensuring public safety and promoting local economies. Check out this video that explains the role of county government. ( Coconino County You Tube)
APRIL 22
Kachina Wetlands Bird Walk
Join Northern Arizona Audubon Society at the Kachina Wetlands at 8 a.m. for their monthly bird walk. April is the height of spring migration, and the Kachina Wetlands are a premier location for birding.
APRIL 23
Concert: Ongtupqa - A Hopi Cultural Music & Video Project
This Hopi cultural music and video project celebrates the most ancient sounds to emerge from Ongtupqa, the Hopi name for Grand Canyon which translates to "Salt Canyon". Read more info about the event, hosted by the Verde Valley Archaeology Center and held at the Sedona Creative Life Center.
April 27
Coconino Cooks: Bread Baking
This clinic will teach you how to make basic yeast bread and quick breads, fantastic for having at home or for giving as gifts for the holidays. There will also be white bread, rolls, banana bread, and more recipes to try. Register online. 
MAY 15
Lunar Legacy Lecture Series: Recognizing Flagstaff's Apollo Training Sites
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, and Flagstaff Festival of Science is celebrating with year-round events. Join this lecture series and learn about Flagstaff's connection to the Apollo Moon Missions.
Spotlight on...
Fort Tuthill County Park Campground
The Fort Tuthill County Park Campground is situated in Northern Arizona's ponderosa pine forests, about 3 miles south of Flagstaff in Fort Tuthill County Park. Recreation Resource Management operates the seasonal campground of 101 sites, and the 2019 season runs May 3 through October 14.
Thank you for your work, Clint, Cindy, and RRM!
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