Deaf Services 35th Anniversary Celebration - October 24-26, 2014
Yosemite ValleyPrograms and Events [541 kb PDF] Yosemite National Park is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the park's Deaf Services Program. Special programs will include a Junior Ranger talk and Nature Walk given by certified American Sign Language (ALS) providers. There will also be a celebration on Saturday evening, October 25, at the Yosemite Lodge Amphitheater to honor the founders of Deaf Services. Additionally, sign language interpreters will be available throughout the weekend at the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center to provide interpreting for other normally scheduled park programs.
An interactive lecture series designed to bring evolving knowledge of the Sierra Nevada to the public and the park. Sponsored by the Yosemite National Park Division of Resources Management and Science.
11th Annual Yosemite Facelift: September 2014
The drop-in volunteer program happens every Wednesday from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Meet a ranger at 9 am in front of the Valley Visitor Center for a three-hour project. Whether it’s your first time to the park or you are a returning visitor, come create new memories and take an active role in protecting your national park.
Stars Over Yosemite
During summer, amateur astronomy clubs host star parties at Glacier Point Amphitheater in cooperation with the National Park Service.