Zion is turning 100!
Don’t miss the “Party of the Century”.
The Zion Forever Project is the official Park Partner and charity for Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks and Pipe Spring National Monuments. On November 19th, 1919, Zion was established as Utah’s first national park. This November as Zion turns 100, the Forever Project invites you to join us for the “Party of the Century” where we gather our parks, local community, and all of our committed sponsors and donors to honor the last 100 years in the park, and to prepare for the next 100 years. The evening will feature a private pre-screening of the new Zion Forever Film. This film seeks to connect visitors to the land with a cast of diverse voices and a deeper look at the significance of Zion, not only as a park but as a geologic wonder and a place of sanctuary for all of its inhabitants both past and present. The evening will also feature our National Park rangers as well as a live performance from local favorites 3hattrio, and a screening of the newest Waddie Mitchell poem “Queen Zion”. This is event is free and open to the public with a reserved ticket.