Upcoming Events

Writers Workshop III, Saturday December 7, 2019 10:30am-12:30pm at Hooked on Books, 12 E. Bijou St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (RSVPs are required to JWA122@comcast.net by December 6; cost is $10.00 per person).

Native American Culturally Modified Tree Hike, Saturday December 7, 2019 1:45-4:15pm at Monument Preserve, Meet at the Trailhead (SW corner of Mount Herman & Nursery Roads), Monument, CO (no cost; this event is being sponsored by the nonprofit Association for Native American Sacred Trees and Places, www.NASTaP.org; however, RSVPs to NASTaP Secretary Heidi.Wigand.Nicely@gmail.com are required).

Native American Culturally Modified Tree Hike, Saturday January 25, 2020 10am-1pm at Fox Run Regional Park, Meet at Rollercoaster Road Trailhead (1/8th mile south of Baptist/Hodgen Roads, Colorado Springs, CO (no cost; this event is being sponsored by the nonprofit Association for Native American Sacred Trees and Places, www.NASTaP.org; however, RSVPs to NASTaP Secretary Heidi.Wigand.Nicely@gmail.com are required).

Native American Culturally Modified Tree Hike, Saturday February 22, 2020 10am-1pm at Homestead Ranch Park, 16444 Gollihar Road, Peyton, CO (no cost; this event is being sponsored by the nonprofit Association for Native American Sacred Trees and Places, www.NASTaP.org; however, RSVPs to NASTaP Secretary Heidi.Wigand.Nicely@gmail.com are required).

Native American Prayer Tree Talk & Book Signing, Saturday July 11, 2020 11am-12:30pm at the Grand Theater of Rocky Ford, 405 S. Main St., Rocky Ford, CO (this event is being sponsored by the Bent’s Fort Chapter, of the Old Spanish Trail Association).

Native American Sacred Trees and Places Annual Conference, Friday July 30 – Sunday August 2, 2020 the La Foret Conference & Events Center, 6145 Shoup Rd., Colorado Springs, CO (for registration details please see: NASTaP.org).

Note: Many events require RSVPs and sometimes a registration fee to cover expenses (please contact me at JWA122@comcast.net for further details or to inquire about booking a personal Culturally Modified Tree Field Trip for a group of two or more).  Note to hikers – please wear good hiking shoes, dress in layers, carry water and possibly something to snack on during the hike.