Jeep Safari, Earth Day, drumming, films and speakers highlight a busy week

The Easter Jeep Safari concludes Easter Sunday and the event’s expo takes place at the Old Spanish Trail Arena Thursday and Friday. Items of interest to four-wheelers will be available for purchase at displays both inside and outside the arena.

Here’s a look at other events on tap in the very busy week ahead:

April 19-27

KZMU, Moab’s public radio station, will hold its Spring Radiothon. Call the station for more information.

Spyhop Digital Media Camp, 9 a.m. to noon inside the Grand County Library large meeting room. This is an intensive digital media camp for middle and high school-age students who will create a short multimedia project with the help of mentors.

April 20

Second Annual Earth Day Owner drive, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Moonflower Community Cooperative 39 East 100 North. There will be live music, artisans and free samples. The board of directors will be present.

Free entrance to National Parks

April 21 (Easter)

April 22 (Earth Day)

Community yoga, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Moab Arts & Recreation Center; suggested donation of $10.

April 23

“First Man,” is this month’s featured Castle Valley Film at Castle Valley Library. This documentary focuses on astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon.

Introduction to Taiko drumming, 5:30 Tuesdays, Grand County Middle School.

April 24

6 p.m. Speaker Josh Smith will discuss evidence of a large, long-lived lake in the upper Navajo Sandstone at this Utah Friends of Paleontology meeting at Zions Bank. The event is free.