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Wildflower talk with Tim Lee
Join us in the great room for a talk on wildflowers with local naturalist, Tim Lee. This well informed talk is made possible by the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation.
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Animals We Love to Hate with Carlton Burke
There are certain species of animals that many people fear and hate, largely due to prejudice and misinformation. Far from being the pests or villains however, many of these creatures are actually beneficial to man and play very important roles in the natural world. Assembled in this presentation are many of these animals that we love to… hate!
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Free Family Concert with Evalina Everidge and Alex Taub
Evalina Everidge is a torch singer in the timeless old school tradition; her sultry vocal stylings evoke a soft embrace and her smooth delivery swings! She will be joined by pianist Alex Taub for an afternoon dedicated to Valentine’s month featuring songs of love by the great torch singers of the golden age of jazz and blues.
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Wine and Paint Night with Christine Mariotti
Be sure not to miss out on this Valentine’s Day themed wine and paint night. All supplies for the evening will be included in the price. We will be working in Acrylic paint. Beginner painters always welcome! Please reserve a seat in advance, space is limited for this event. Cost: $35
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Woods in the Winter Talk with Tim Lee
Join us in the great room for an interesting talk with local naturalist Tim Lee about the winter in the woods. Learn about the different creatures and plants that call the woods their home and how they are adapted to survive the cold winters.
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Free Family Concert with The Moon and You
Local duo The Moon and You is rooted in the rich music scene of Asheville, NC. Playing cello, guitar, banjo and ukulele to accompany their soaring vocal harmonies, if you closed your eyes you'd swear there were more than two people onstage.
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Free Wild For Life Presentation
Local wildlife rehabilitation center, Wild for Life, from Asheville, North Carolina will be visiting FENCE for a free family program. Wild for life is a non-profit organization specializing in the rehabilitation of native wildlife with the ultimate goal of releasing these animals back to their native habitats.
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Chamber of Commerce - Shucking n Shagging
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Winter Break-FENCE closed
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Happy Thanksgiving-FENCE closed
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