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Family Concert with Quatrophonics Saxophone Quartet
"The Quatrophonics" saxophone quartet has the perfect blend of smooth sounds and rich harmonies with their eclectic mix of classic jazz and pop from around the globe. Members Stan Widener on soprano and alto, Gary Livingston on alto, Dave Johnson on tenor and Jim Litzie on bari, all lifelong musicians, have been pleasing audiences in the Carolinas since 2011.
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Snake program with Steve O'Neil
Steve O'Neil, Executive Director of Earthshine Nature Programs will present SSSSSSNAKES - an educational program all about SNAKES! He will have many of his friendly scaly friends on hand for you to learn all about and even touch and maybe even hold and have your photo made with!
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Bird Hike with Simon Thompson
Simon Thompson, local ornithologist and international bird guide, will lead a leisurely walk on the FENCE property. This guided walk is free and open to the public. FENCE welcomes everyone from first time birders to advanced birders to join Simon for his walk! Please meet at the FENCE center and remember to dress in comfortable clothing and shoes. Bring along binoculars and local bird guides if you have them.
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Family Concert with Christina Channdler
Christina Chandler has been making music since she was 6, beginning with writing her own songs, eventually competing in talent shows, performing in musicals, singing in church and school choirs, and taking advantage of any chance to grow and learn as a vocalist.
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Family Concert CANCELED for Sunday
Following the performance refreshments will be served. Genre bending and blending, The Treblemakers take familiar tunes and serve them up with a twist. Take a musical journey, from Bossa Nova to Celtic to Baroque to Rock 'n Roll to New Age, all without leaving your seat.
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Owl Prowl with Aaron Steed
Whoooo's that calling at night? Hoots, toots, whinnies and even some whistles are made by our local owl species. On this owl prowl, we will listen for and try to see as many different owls as possible. If we are lucky, we may get to hear/see Great Horned, Eastern Screech, Barred and Barn Owls. Of course, we will hope for calm and clear weather as windy conditions can make finding owls very difficult!
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FENCE Closed for Thanksgiving
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FENCE Closed Winter Break
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Volunteers needed for Spring trail clean up at FENCE
FENCE is having a trail workday. We will be working on a few small projects around the FENCE property. Some tools will be provided but if you have your own, feel free to bring those as well. We will meet at the FENCE center and head out to different sections of the FENCE trails from there. Participants may pick up some ideas as to how to maintain trails on their own properties. Remember to bring water, snacks, wear close-toed shoes, and long pants.
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Free Monarch Butterfly Talk Walk
Local Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist, Joyce Pearsall, will visit FENCE to discuss Monarch Butterflies and their importance to the environment.
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