A group of kids on the trail during the last Navigators outdoor hike.

Navigators News!

Thank you to everyone that attended our first group hike last weekend. Attendees enjoyed an extremely hospitable climate as we meandered along the preserves’ cottonwood tree lined dragonfly trail. Our next group hike will take place on February 25 at the Gilbert Riparian Preserve. More information on that hike can...

A picture of the Arizona Desert.

Navigators Update for January

Thank you everyone that made it to our first meeting of the year. We are excited about our upcoming hike this weekend. This is going to be our very first off campus hike since our group has existed. It is great to finally reach a point where we can come...

A picture of the Arizona Desert.

Navigators Update – January 2023

Welcome Navigators!We are excited for our upcoming hike on Saturday, January 28. To help us prepare for our hike we will be holding a Zoom meeting on January 23 at 6pm and also we will be welcoming any new members. The meeting will serve as a space for folks to...

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Navigators New Year Update

Happy New year to everyone in our UUCP Navigators group. We ended our 2022 year with a beautiful Solstice fire! Thanks to everyone that joined us and special thanks to Len and Stephanie for hosting. We are pleased to announce a few Navigators updates for the months of January and...

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Celebrate Winter Solstice with UUCP Navigators!

Monday, December 19 We will only have one navigators event this month, but it will be something you don’t want to miss! This month’s Navigators event will be a campfire at Stephanie Vidmosko’s House on December 19 at 6:00pm.  Stephanie will provide hot tea, cider and cocoa. We hope all our Navigator members...

A Reintroduction from UUCP Navigators

Hello from UUCP Navigators. As we approach the eurocentric holiday known as “Thanksgiving”, we want to encourage folks to learn more about the Indigenous land that is around us. The following website Native-Land.ca provides an interactive map to see the different tribes whose land we are on.  We also encourage...