WASHINGTON — The Gibbs Library, 40 Old Union Road, will feature photographs of National Parks by Cheryl McKeary, from Thursday, Nov. 3, through Monday, Jan. 2.

The National Park Service turned 100 on Aug. 25. This photography show will highlight many of these beautiful parks in the United States.

Washington resident Cheryl and her husband John have logged more than 50,000 miles since 2008 traveling across the U.S. and Canada in their truck camper.

“Being able to see the beautiful countryside has been a dream come true for us. Our goal has been to visit as many national parks as we can. Each park is so unique and we enjoy every one that we visit. It is hard to determine which one is our favorite, although we will also be partial to Acadia National Park in our own state. I hope my photographs give a good representation of these gorgeous parks. We took three extended trips of up to six weeks at a time and many other shorter trips as well. We still have many states left to travel and look forward to seeing more spectacular places. Planning the trip, the meals, the route, the Campgrounds … all make traveling in a truck camper a unique experience,” Cheryl said in a news release from the library.

An opening reception is set for 6:30-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18.

For more information, call 845-2663.