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Wednesday October 1, 2014
Bandelier National Monument has announced special programs being offered in October – two photo hikes with the park Artist-in-Residence, and two Night Sky Programs being presented by a staff ranger who is a long-time astronomy enthusiast and teacher, On Saturday, October 4, Artist-in-Residence David Halpern will lead a photo hike on the Cerro Grande Trail. The trail is about 5 miles round trip with a rise of 2000 feet, to the rim of the Valles Caldera at nearly 11,000 feet. Participants need to dress for the weather, bring water and snacks, and be ready for high altitude. Numbers are limited and participants must be twelve years of age or older; contact the Bandelier Visitor Center, 505-672-3861 x 517 for details and to sign up. And don’t forget your camera! Halpern is an award-winning photographer living in Santa Fe, New Mexico. On Saturday evenings October 4 and October 11, weather permitting, Park Ranger Geoff Goins will host Night Sky programs at the Juniper Campground Amphitheater in Bandelier. On October 4, the moon being not quite full should make conditions ideal for lunar observing. The following Saturday, October 11, the moon will not come up until late, so the dark sky should provide opportunities for seeing constellations, stars, galaxies, and nebulas. Both programs will include a talk and then telescope viewing. Campers and non-campers are welcome. Besides being a ranger, Goins teaches astronomy at UNM-Taos

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