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June 14th, 7:00 PM
Room for Thought
74,000 years ago the human population was reduced to about 10,000, worldwide. Humans nearly became extinct. This resulted from climate change that occurred after the eruption of Mount Toba, a super volcano that released more than 1000 times more ash and volcanic gas into our atmosphere than the eruption of Mt. St. Helens. Super volcanic eruptions have altered earth's biological history. At least 8 exist in the world today, and two lie within the United States. Yellowstone is a super volcano that some feel is due to erupt. How likely is this, and what risk does a super volcanic eruption pose to modern civilization? Ron Smith, retired planetarium educator, will uncover past super volcanic eruptions, one even occurring in Southern Utah. Find out what risk we all face from a Yellowstone eruption. $5 cash only at the door
Coyote Tales Storytelling
June 17th, 7:30 PM
Center for the Arts at Kayenta
THE THEME FOR THE EVENING’S STORIES IS: LOST AND FOUND
Get ready to present a 5 minute story about something lost and found. Have you misplaced something only to find it in the most unlikely of places? Perhaps a found article that was reclaimed by its owner? Or maybe something irrecoverable, waiting to be rescued…..Something vanished, reappeared…. Ticket price is $15.
For storytelling tips and more information, please visit: www.coyotetales.kayentaartsfoundation.org
Kayenta Arts Foundation is supported in part by funding from Washington County RAP funds, Ivins City, and Santa Clara RAP funds.