LEARN ABOUT NASA, NATIONAL PARKS AND NATIVE AMERICAN FIRE BUILDING APRIL 29 AT HERITAGE OF THE AMERICAS MUSEUM

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By Miriam Raftery

April 22, 2017 (Rancho San Diego) – During the Spring Garden Festival at Cuyamaca College, Heritage of the Americas Museum is offering entertaining and education presentations including tops on NASA, the National Parks, and Native American fire building:

Journey through the Cosmos with the Art of NASA - 11 a.m.

Adventure & Discoveries in Your Nearby National Parks - 1 p.m.

Kumeyaay Fire-Making & Artifacts - 2 p.m.

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Journey through the Cosmos with the Art of NASA - 11 AM

Take a journey of time and space from the beginnings of space flight to distant times and worlds with the art of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Your guide will add the details and insider back-stories to bring everything back to earth.

Adventure & Discoveries in Your Nearby National Parks - 1 PM

There are several of your National Parks, to enjoy and explore within a few hours’ drive of San Diego. Your guide will share with you glimpses of Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Channel Islands, Sequoia & Kings Canyon, and a Park in Northern Baja Calif. with you.

Kumeyaay Fire-Making & Artifacts - 2 PM

Step inside the world of the Kumeyaay with an explanation of artifacts and stories and learn how the Kumeyaay made fire without the use of matches and lighters with a fire-making demonstration.

For more information visit https://www.heritageoftheamericasmuseum.com.