National Parks Service Centennial

Dinosaur National Monument is celebrating 100 years of the National Park Service with the celebration kicking off today and running through the weekend. President Woodrow Wilson signed the act to create the National Park Service on the 25th of August, 1916. Along with the 413 other national parks, Dinosaur National Monument will have free admission from August 25th through the 28th. A special presentation at Dinosaur National Monument will kick off the activities today with birthday cake at the Quarry Visitor Center. There will also be solar art activities and nighttime stargazing opportunities through the weekend. For more information on the celebration, visit www.nps.gov/dino.

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