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Superstition Area Land Trust

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February 26, 2015 | 2:30 - 4pm

“Surviving the Superstitions”

Famed photographer and naturalist Lon McAdam will describe his harrowing nine day solo trek into the Superstition Mountain highlands where he suffered a serious accident that left him unable to walk. Using the survival skills he had learned, Lon successfully survived seven days and nights in the wilderness before he was located and rescued. In addition, Lon will share with us some of his amazing photos of the Arizona backcountry and wilderness including some from Rough Canyon.  Central Arizona College, 805 S. Idaho Rd., Apache Junction, Rm B126. Free.

Space limited to classroom size.

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March 21, 2015 | 7 - 9pm

“Astronomical Star Party”

The Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT) is pleased to host an Astronomical Star Party conducted by the Superstition Mountain Astronomical League (SMAL).  Members of the League will be available with telescopes to provide views of the night sky and to answer questions and talk about astronomy and astronomical equipment. Visitors will have the opportunity to see the moon, planets, star clusters, galaxies and other astronomical phenomena using sophisticated telescopes. SALT representatives will also be on hand with literature and to answer your questions about SALT.

Peralta Trail Elementary School, 10965 E Peralta Rd., Gold Canyon, AZ.  This is a free event, open to the public and will be held weather permitting (e.g. clear skies).

March 26, 2015 | 2:30 - 4pm

“Wonders of the Universe”

SALT is pleased to present "Wonders of the Universe".  Bill Dellinges from the Superstition Mountain Astronomical League will provide an overview of the universe's contents from planets in our solar system to stars, nebulae and galaxies.  Bill will also share some spectacular photos of the night sky that were taken using readily available telescopes and binoculars.  In addition, there will be plenty of handouts about the night sky, recommended books and astronomy related material. Central Arizona College, 805 S. Idaho Rd., Apache Junction, Rm B126. Free. Space limited to classroom size.

April 9, 2015 | 2:30 - 4pm

“The AZ National Scenic Trail & the AZ Trail Association”

A representative from the AZ Trail Association (ATA) will discuss the ATA’s mission and the history and features of the 800+ mile Arizona National Scenic Trail that stretches from Mexico to Utah.  Central Arizona College, 805 S. Idaho Rd., Apache Junction, Rm B126. Free. Space limited to classroom size.