The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to partner with Benefactors of Red Rock State Park to present a very special free event “Only One Earth” on Wednesday, April 13 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre at 7 p.m.
Calling all parents, educators, students and anyone who loves our state parks! Participate in an evening of fun, films, facts and a discussion on Environmental Education with Red Rock State Park Rangers.
The event will kick off with a short film of the park’s history, from prehistoric times through to the current day. It includes the geological process that resulted in the rock formations in this area, the native inhabitants to the transition of property to state ownership, and the park’s focus on habitat protection and environmental education, bringing the audience closer to the natural world.
The second short segment is cleverly choreographed environmental skits by the education rangers at Red Rock State Park guaranteed to delight as well as educate you on the park’s habitat protection.
And finally, the audience will have a chance to ask questions and learn more about the park’s programs for students and adults throughout the year.
Admission is free. Donations to the Red Rock State Park Education programs are welcome.