Campus Life

Wild Tales from Papokan Sculpture Park

The University of Lethbridge is well known for its unique natural environment. On Wednesday, it will serve as the setting for a cultural event hosted by the Helen Schuler Coulee Centre and the Galt Museum and Archives.

Interpreters from Helen Schuler Nature Centre and the Galt Museum and Archives tell "Wild Tales on Park Trails" in a different Lethbridge park every other Wednesday evening from 7 to 8 p.m. until Aug. 19.

On Wednesday, July 22, the U of L's Papokan Sculpture Park is the subject site and the place to take the family for a combination of entertainment, education and exercise.

People will meet in the far west parking lot (renamed Lot E) of the University of Lethbridge, off Aperture Drive West, and learn more about the cultural and natural history that shapes one of Lethbridge's unique parks.

For further information on "Wild Tales on Park Trails", contact Becky Little, Special Projects and Volunteer Coordinator, Helen Schuler Nature Centre, at 403-320-3064.