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    by Utah State Parks News
    Published - 06/03/14 - 10:09 AM | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Dead Horse Point State Park. USP Photo
    Dead Horse Point State Park. USP Photo
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    (SALT LAKE CITY, Utah) - Utah State Parks News for June 10th - 15th:

    June 10 Frontier Homestead State Park Museum – Cedar City

    Children’s Story Time: Join us at 10 a.m., as we teach preschool children about the past through stories and history-related activities. Event is free and open to the public. 435-586-9290

    June 13 Antelope Island State Park - Syracuse

    Haunted Ranch: Is the Fielding Garr Ranch Haunted? Join us at 9:30 p.m., and decide for yourself. Enjoy a brief presentation about the ranch and then wander through the buildings looking for evidence of visitors from beyond the grave. Please bring a flashlight as the buildings are dark. Space is limited. clayshelley@utah.gov or 801- 649-5742

    June 14 Antelope Island State Park - Syracuse

    Mushroom Springs Hike: Join us at 10 a.m., for a moderate two-mile hike to Mushroom Springs and discussion on the island’s history of water use. Meet at the Sentry Trail turn off located one-half mile south of the ranch. Space is limited. clayshelley@utah.gov or 801- 649-5742

    June 14 Antelope Island State Park - Syracuse

    Junior Ranger Program: Bats! Children age’s six to12 are invited to learn all about bats at 1 p.m., at the park visitor center. This hands-on program is designed to get kids excited about nature. Park entrance fees apply. 801-721-9569

    June 14 Antelope Island State Park - Syracuse

    Junior Ranger Program: Bison- Join us at 1 p.m. at the Fielding Garr Ranch to learn about the history of bison on the island. This program is geared towards children age’s six to 12, but everyone is welcome. clayshelley@utah.gov or 801- 649-5742

    June 15 Dead Horse Point State Park - Moab

    Geology Walk: Join us at 4 p.m., to hear the story behind the incredible vista while walking along the rim rock on an easy one-mile hike. Bring water, sunscreen and camera. 435-259-2614

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