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4th Annual Chase the Sunset: Art & Music in Palo Duro Canyon


High Plains Public Radio & the Amarillo Art Institute present the 4th Annual Chase the Sunset: Art & Music in Palo Duro Canyon!

On Saturday, August 10th, HPPR & AAI invite kids of the High Plains to CHASE THE SUNSET with a celebration of art, music, & nature to bid the summer a final farewell.

From 6:00 to 9:30 p.m., kids can enjoy a variety of fun activities to spark their creativity and curiosity, including a nature walk through the canyon, painting, drawing, ceramics, make-your-own jewelry, nature trivia, face painting, fingernail art, & more! At sunset, we’ll bust out the blankets, relax with snacks, and get down to live cowboy music & poetry from Amarillo's own Rick Todd, welcoming the moon and stars. Plus, kids might get a glow-in-the-dark surprise!

So join us in the Palo Duro Canyon to bid the summer farewell! Come CHASE THE SUNSET with High Plains Public Radio & the Amarillo Art Institute.

***ATTENTION: SPACE IS LIMITED & reservations are required.
Please REGISTER NOW with your RSVP.

If you have questions OR if you would like to volunteer with this event,please contact Jenny Inzerillo, Music Director at HPPR, at jinzerillo@hppr.org or 806.553.2586. 
***If the event is full, we will have a WAITING LIST in the event of cancellation. You'll just need to email Jenny and request being added to the list.

Thanks! We're going to have a blast!


This project has been made possible by a grant from the Texas Music Office, Office of the Governor. Sponsored by the Amarillo Cultural District, Texas Commission on the Arts and Center City of Amarillo, a Texas Main Street City. You can’t hear American Music without hearing Texas.