Rocky Mountain National Park offers Saturday programs |

Rocky Mountain National Park offers Saturday programs

Staff Report

Rocky Mountain National Park is offering two Saturday evening programs on June 20 and 27. Both begin at 7 p.m. in the Kawuneeche Visitor Center Auditorium.

June 20

Nick Molle, filmmaker, will present “The Living Dream: 100 Years of Rocky Mountain National Park.” This film follows the 100 year history of Rocky Mountain National Park from a time before it was a park to current times and thoughts of the future. The film also highlights the relationships between Rocky and the communities of Estes Park and Grand Lake. Come preview this film before it’s aired on PBS.

June 27

Kirk Klancke, local water rights specialist, will make a presentation about the Past, Present and Future of the Colorado River Headwaters. The Colorado River has flowed down a long and interesting path. Explore early water diversion projects of the headwaters and their impacts, current dealings with water in Colorado and its effects on the River, and how proposed projects could potentially heal this important river.

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