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CANCELLED- Wednesday Wellness Walk - Estrella
Estrella Mountain Park
Program has been cancelled for this week only! These early morning walks are geared for anyone who wants to start walking their way toward better health and wellness. Meet at the Gila Trailhead and walk on the 0.5-mile barrier free trail. Get off the couch and get moving with others who have the same goals. As you build your fitness level, you can increase your distance. You are in control of how fast and how far you choose to go each week. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water. Leave your excuses at home. Meet at the Gila Trailhead.

Date: 9/18/2013
Time: 7:00 AM    Duration: It's up to you!
Registration Required: No    
Fee: $6 vehicle entry fee
 
Contact: amyroberts@mail.maricopa.gov
Location: Gila Trailhead - Estrella Mountain Regional Park
 
Home School- Saguaros and Spines- San Tan
San Tan Mountain Regional Park
If your kids are ready to go on an educational adventure, then join us for another exciting Home School at the Park. During this home school adventure we will be exploring the unique characteristics of Saguaros, and other cacti, that allow them to thrive in the desert. The program will start indoors and be followed by a short hike which is not recommended for strollers or toddlers.

Date: 9/18/2013
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Duration: 1.5 hours
Registration Required: No    
Fee: $6 vehicle park entry fee
 
More Info: http://maricopa.gov/parks/santan
Contact: (480) 655-5554
Location: San Tan Mountain Regional Park
 
Address:
6533 W. Phillips Road
Queen Creek, AZ  
85142
All About Century Plants (Agaves) - Usery Park
Usery Mountain Regional Park
Do century plants really live to be 100 years old? Come and find out! Learn all about this fascinating plant species that originated in the Americas, perfectly designed to not only survive - but thrive - in dry, toasty climates such as ours. Bring your sandwich to the “Brown-Bag It” series inside our Nature Center as plant specialist, Susan Peters, shares some amazing facts about these ultimate desert survivors.

Date: 9/18/2013
Time: 12:00 PM    
Registration Required: No    
Fee: $6.00 per car