An Evening with Lyman Hafen and Roland Lee set for March 16 in Springdale

L-R: Zion National Park Superintendent Jeff Bradybaugh poses for a photo with George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation President Lisa Eccles and Zion National Park Forever Project Executive Director Lyman Hafen in Zion National Park, Utah, Sept. 25, 2020 | Photo by Hollie Stark, St. George News

SPRINGDALE — Zion Forever Project and Zion Canyon Mesa are proud to present an evening of words and images that will take audiences on a breathtaking journey through Zion National Park.

“The Immense Prodigality of Color: An Evening with Lyman Hafen and Roland Lee” will feature the talents of Lyman Hafen, local author and former president and CEO of Zion Forever Project, and nationally recognized artist, Roland Lee.

Together, Hafen and Lee have been working partners for decades, and on Thursday, March 16, they will bring their talents to the Bumbleberry Inn Theater for a free program beginning at 7 p.m. Through Hafen’s words and Lee’s art, the audience will be transported through the stunning landscapes of Zion, exploring the power of both words and images and discussing which has the greater power.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for us to honor the beauty of Zion National Park through the power of words and images,” said Hafen. “We can’t wait to share our love of this incredible place with the community.”

Lee added, “We hope that everyone who attends will come away from the evening with a deeper appreciation of the unique and awe-inspiring landscapes of Zion,” added Lee.

Don’t miss this free event, hosted by Zion Forever Project and Zion Canyon Mesa Thursday, March 16, at the Bumbleberry Inn Theater, for an unforgettable evening of art and words.

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