Panama landmarks, nature on view at Blue Spruce Park
The next program in Indiana County's Friends of the Parks series will be a photo tour of Panama. Larry Turton will lead the presentation about this country that is undergoing major transitions while retaining landmarks from an older era and its tropical characteristics of rain forests and indigenous people.
The program is scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at the Blue Spruce Park Lodge, located at 1128 Blue Spruce Road, five miles north of Indiana. Directions to the park can be found at the Indiana County Parks and Trails website: www.indianacountyparks.org or by calling 724-463-8636.
A complete listing of all programs in the 2014 Friends of the Parks program series can also be viewed at the website.
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