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  Resonators @ Padre's
FRIDAY JUNE 18th- THE RESONATORS from Presidio Tx! Great cumbia, conjunto, country and rock grooves with smooth vocals and horn grooves- a great dance party all night! 8 PM showtime, $7 cover

Davis Mountains Preserve Open Weekend
The Nature Conservancy�s Davis Mountains Preserve will be open for hiking, camping, horseback riding, backpacking, picnicking, photography, birding, stargazing and other outdoor activities from Friday, June 18, 2010, at about 10 a.m., through Sunday, June 20, 2010, until about 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Guests will be required to sign in and out at the McIvor Conservation Center. Only high-clearance vehicles will be allowed past the Center. Overnight camping is allowed at the Center, Madera windmill, & 48 Tank. Inquire upon sign-in as to the location of these areas. Restrooms are available at the McIvor Conservation Center. Only camp stoves are allowed, and open camp fires are prohibited. (Jeff Davis County is currently subject to a burn ban.) Horseback riding is allowed on the roads, and the preserve provides a corral and water. Riders must provide horses, tack, feed, etc. Horses must have current negative Coggins Test. Guests should bring their own food and drinks and plan to take their trash home with them. Hikers should bring their own binoculars, cameras, sunscreen, hats and plenty of water to drink. Firearms, ATV�s, stereos and TVs are prohibited. For safety reasons, children must be supervised by their parents or other designated adults. No pets of any kind are allowed. Davis Mountains Preserve is located approximately 25 miles northwest of Ft. Davis on Hwy. 118 (about 10 miles past McDonald Observatory & about � mile past the Lawrence E. Wood Picnic Area). For further information, e-mail DMP Director Chris Pipes at [email protected] or call 432-426-2390.

Critter Club Camp
CDRI nature camps and kids activities get children outdoors�where they should be! With over 500 acres to explore, the Nature Center is the perfect outdoor classroom to encourage a child�s interest in the natural world. So, bring the family, learn about nature, enjoy the outdoors, and have fun! Summer Day Camps The Critter Club: Summer Day Camp for Preschoolers Dates: Monday through Friday, June 14�18, 2010 Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Location: Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center Fees: $80 members; $100 nonmembers Children love day camp! Where else do you get to go on walks, make crafts, tell stories, and read books�all centered on a different nature theme each day? Emphasis will be placed on developing an appreciation for the natural world. Ages 4 to 6. Class size limited to 10 children.