What’s to do this weekend (May 16 – May 18)

In Things to do
Sentinel Dome Panorama by Grant Williams

If you’re headed up to the park this weekend and you’re looking for something to do, check out one of these fun activities.

Friday – May 16
Night Prowl – 8:30PM – (1.5 hrs. – conditions permitting)

Come explore Yosemite at night! Tickets and information available at any tour & activity desk.

Saturday – May 17
Art Workshop – Yosemite Art Center – 10:00AM – 2:00PM (4Hours)
Experience Yosemite through art. Presented by the Yosemite Conservancy, join with celebrated artist in a participatory workshop where you will not only get to experience Yosemite but you’ll actually be painting as well. This week’s workshop is presented by by Geri Medway and titled ‘Painting Light in Watercolor’.

$10 per visitor. Art supplies are available for purchase.

The Yosemite Art Center is located in Yosemite Village next to the Village Store. Yosemite Art Center Hours: Daily 9AM – 4:30PM (closed for lunch). Call 209-372-1442 or visit yosemiteconservancy.org for more details.

Sunday – May 18
Yosemite Through the Eyes of a Buffalo Soldier, 1903 – Yosemite Theater – 7:00PM

Experience Yosemite through the eyes of a Buffalo Soldier, one of the first protectors of the park. Film and presentation are presented by Ranger Shelton Johnson. Tickets are available at the Valley Visitor Center Bookstore.

You may also read!

NPS Announces New Rules for Horsetail Fall (firefall) event

If you've ever been you know the Horsetail Fall event, commonly known as the firefall, is one of the

Mike Reynolds Superintendent of Yosemite National Park

Mike Reynolds Named Superintendent of Yosemite

Mike Reynolds, a 31-year NPS veteran and a third-generation NPS employee, will be returning to the park as the


Highway 41 Closed Temporarily

If you're coming from Fresno and headed to Yosemite Valley or if you're staying at the Tenaya Lodge or


3 commentsOn What’s to do this weekend (May 16 – May 18)

Comments are closed.

Mobile Sliding Menu