Fundacion Parke Nacional Aruba (FPNA) meaning Foundation National Park Aruba organizes an open-air movie night to create awareness and to educate the public about nature. This night is also a night to enjoy and experience watching a movie under a sky full of stars. You are invited to join the fun this Saturday, November 23rd.
FPNA had movie nights in their program on a regular basis this year and Saturday will be the last edition of 2019. This is your chance to connect with nature and gain knowledge about nature. At 7:30PM two episodes of the documentary ‘Nature’s Great Events’ will be shown. The BBC documentary will show ‘The Great Melt’ in the first episode about the impact of the climate chance on the different species worldwide and the pressure this causes for them to survive. The second episode is called ‘The Great Salmon Run’ and focusses on the road of the salmon to get from the place they were born to the place where they lay their eggs.
FNPA invites the community to join and enjoy this evening in nature about nature. The entrance is free and there is also opportunity to buy drinks and snacks. For more information please call +297 585- 1234 or visit the Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/arikoknationalpark. q