Early Bird Math, our math literacy storytime for young children, which has been held every Friday at 11:00 am, will end for the season on Friday, April 25. It will resume in September.
Hiking Southern Utah Slot Canyons
Rich and Sheri Larsen
Saturday, April 12, 7 P.M.
Richmond Free Library, Richmond
Southern Utah is a stark and wildly beautiful land of sandstone carved into countless canyons, ranging in size from Colorado River canyons to slots so tight a person cannot fit through. Rich and Sheri Larsen, often with accomplices from Vermont and other states, have now made a dozen trips to Utah to play in slot canyons. In their most recent trips in 2010 and 2012, some of the canyons they visited were semi-technical and required ropes and wetsuits. Others required route-finding over slickrock—and on a few of these the route was never actually found. Some were easy, with moderate hiking; some outings included visits to ancient Puebloan ruins. Each trip was successful: the same number of people came out as went in—sometimes with bruises and abrasions, but always with pictures and stories. Join us for those pictures and stories from their most recent adventures in the canyons of Utah.
Admission is $5 for GMC members/$8 nonmembers; kids under 12 are free. Tickets available at the door only. All proceeds support GMC’s local sections and the Education Program.
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An interactive, math literacy storytime for young children and their caregivers, using books, songs, games and activities to explore numbers, shapes, spaces, and patterns.
Richmond Free Library
Fridays at 11:00 AM
September through May
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