Join us for the festivities from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Nov. 7 at the Salida SteamPlant Ballroom, courtyard and the nearby Salida boat ramp.
"It's only appropriate that the AHRA extend an invitation to the entire Upper Arkansas Valley community to help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary," said AHRA Park Manager, Rob White. "They are the ones that helped establish the AHRA and it's these citizens, along with local officials, employees and volunteers, who continue to make the AHRA the success that it is today."
For 25 years CPW has worked together with the BLM and USFS to provide residents and visitors alike with some of the best recreational opportunities found in the country, while continuing to safeguard the significant natural resources of the upper Arkansas River Valley.
"The AHRA partnership has been instrumental in developing the Arkansas River into the gem that it is today," said John Nahomenuk, BLM's river manager. "The resources along the river are in better condition today than at any point since the inception of AHRA."
Bring the family and try some of the activities that make the AHRA so popular! Youth activities will be open to the public from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the SteamPlant and the surrounding area. Activities include gold panning, fly fishing lessons, wildlife and geology touch tables and OHV demonstration rides. Refreshments will be served in the SteamPlant Ballroom at noon, followed by presentations from former Gov. Roy Romer and other state and local officials, including CPW Director Bob Broscheid and BLM State Director Ruth Welch.
WHAT: AHRA 25th Anniversary Celebration
WHERE: Salida SteamPlant Ballroom, 220 W Sackett Ave., Salida