Events have been scheduled at the Yampa River State Park this weekend to help get the kids out of the house. Friday night starting at 8:45, kids can learn about nocturnal animals that live in the park, and the special adaptations that allow them to thrive at night. Saturday morning beginning at 10, learn about the petroglyphs and pictographs that were left behind by the Native Americans that originally inhabited the park. After that kids will learn how to use GPS coordinates to find items hidden throughout the park, kids will have to locate and record the items, prizes will be awarded. Finally, Sunday afternoon starting at 2, kids will learn an ancient method of recording the size and species of fish. They will also learn how to create their own fish print.