The National Park Service presents a variety of ranger-guided activities during the day and evening. Check the park's official publication The Guide for a complete listing.
Evening Programs take place each night at 7:30 p.m. in the Shrine of the Ages auditorium.
Ranger's Choice programs have finished for the season.
Topics listed below are subject to change. To verify on a daily basis, call 638-7888 and press 1-3-2-7-3 for Evening Programs.
Tonight: Stew Fritts presents "Nevermore," a program about ravens in literature, science and legend.
Thursday: Keith Green presents "Stories of Phantom Ranch," a story-telling program.
Friday: Richard Ullmann presents "Gee, This Place Is Just Like Disneyland," a comparison of the two parks.
Saturday: Jon Sudar presents "Because It's There," a program about the Grand Canyon experience.
Sunday: Mike Weaver presents "From River to Rim," a program about human development of Grand Canyon.
Monday: Phyllis Yoyetewa presents "The Hopi Connection," a program about the traditional links between Hopi culture and the Canyon.
Tuesday: Randy Waltrip presents "Earthsong," a program about what makes Grand Canyon special.
March 8: Jim Heywood presents "How the Grand Canyon Came to Be," a program about the Grand Canyon's geology.
March 9: Allyson Mathis scheduled to present a program on Grand Canyon geology.
March 10: Jon Sudar presents "Because It's There," a program about the Grand Canyon experience.