Celebrate Independence Day with a special program at the Travertine Nature Center
Contact: Eric Leonard, 580 622-7282
To commemorate the 234th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the Travertine Nature Center will host a special display of historic flags of the United States of America. Collected by Mr. Ducky Day of the Platt National Park American Legion Post #148, the flags will be on display in the Nature Center auditorium on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday of the July 4th holiday weekend. Mr. Day will conduct special programs about the flags throughout the day in the Nature Center auditorium Friday through Monday. Park staff invites visitors to beat the summer heat while learning about our nation's history.
For more information about this program, please contact the Travertine Nature Center 580 622-7234.
Did You Know?
Hired in 1905, Una Roberts may be the very first woman to be employed by the government in a national park. Working as secretary in Platt National Park [the present-day Platt Historic District in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area], Miss Roberts served as acting park superintendent in 1919. More...