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  • Park Now Open All Weekends!
    Thanks to the advocacy of FOSP members and friends, Oracle State Park will now remain open on weekends throughout the entire year. A milestone for the Park, thanks are owed to everyone who gave their support. The Park is open Saturdays and Sundays, 8 AM-5 PM. See Events Calendar.

  • 2013 Year End Report
    Two thousand thirteen represented a banner year for the Friends: funding natural and historic preservation efforts, securing grants for youth outreach and advocating for extended hours represent a few of many accomplishments. Download the 2013 Year End Report to learn more.

  • Major Exhibit of Lee Kannally Paintings (Thru April 2014)
    Read the press release about this new exhibit of works by the widely admired and self-taught cowboy artist, whose foray into art helped him to contend with the effects of WWI mustard gas poisoning.

  • Annual Meeting Update (Nov. 2013)
    This year’s Annual Meeting heralded the passing of the baton, as current President Mary Ann Pogany announced her retirement and introduced Jim Walsh, long-time FOSP member who has graciously offered to succeed her at the end of the year. Read more...

  • Kannally Ranch House Shutter Repairs Approved (Oct. 2013)
    At an emergency meeting in October, the Friends unanimously approved funding the repair of the Kannally Ranch House’s historic shutters. Read more...

  • Oracle State Park Open Through Spring (Oct. 2013)
    The Park is now open Saturdays and Sundays, 8 AM to 5 PM, through April 27. Environmental Education Programs for school groups are scheduled weekdays by reservation. December events include a new exhibit (see press release), guided hikes and bird walks, a holiday wreath-making workshop, “Bighorn Basics,” and more. Click here for information.

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