March Public Programs at War in the Pacific National Historical Park

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March Public Programs at War in the Pacific National Historical Park

by: Kelly Carroll, War in the Pacific National Historical Park | .
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published: February 28, 2017

Every Sunday: 1 pm at the Visitor  Center - “Explore! Chat with a Ranger”
Our newest program: a short, conversation driven, chat with a ranger about the diverse topics of War in the Pacific National Historical Park. These 15-minute informal programs will allow you to dive deeper into topics of your interest. In commemoration of the Women’s History Month, our talks this month are centered on women during World War II. A schedule of topics can be found at the visitor center front desk or online at https://go.usa.gov/xXqTG

March 11, Saturday: 9 am at Apaca Point - “Keep Guam Beautiful”
This community cleanup will take place at Apaca Point in Agat - a former WWII invasion beach. Cold water in coolers, protective gloves, and trash bags will be provided. Please bring refillable water bottles and wear closed- toe shoes, hats, and sunscreen.

March 18, Saturday: 2 pm at the Visitor  Center  - “History Revealed:   The Lamb and the Tiger”
Join us for a presentation by Pale Eric Forbes on the wartime experiences on Guam of Fathers Duenas and Calvo. Explore the two paths of the two Chamorro Priests during the Japanese occupation of Guam (1 hour)

March 19, Sunday: 2 pm at the Visitor  Center  - “Science Sunday”
Science Sunday features current research projects happening right here in Guam and the Micronesian region. For more information on this event, call 333-4050 or email gureefmonitoring@gmail.com. (1 hour)

To contact Park Rangers, please call (671)333-4050 or email at wapa_interpretation@nps.gov

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