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FREE Armchair Traveler with Haley Smith
Haley will speak about her semester abroad in the East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania. She spent three months in the Wildlife Management Studies program with the School for Field Studies learning about everything from native language and culture to human-wildlife conflict and ways to mitigate it.
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FENCE Closed for Winter Break
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
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FREE Didgeridoo program with Steve O’Neil
Steve O’Neil will be joining us again in the great room to present a very special program about the Didgeridoo. This is a unique program about the ancient Australian Aboriginal musical instrument the Didgeridoo.
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FREE Family Concert with Deb Bridges and the Groove
A one-of-a-kind trio playing a variety of jazz, blues, funk, and 70s pop music... everything from Duke Ellington and Herbie Hancock to Santana and Aretha Franklin.
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A FREE walk on the wild side with Carlton Burke
Carlton Burke will be visiting FENCE and leading a nature hike on the property. Meet at the FENCE nature center for a guided hike with local naturalist, Carlton Burke. He brings along much expertise! This hike will focus on all things encountered along the way.
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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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Free Family Concert - Lake and Moore
Two guitars, two voices. Lake and Moore will be performing both original music and covers.
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Armchair Traveler with Richard Barnhart
Richard will be speaking about his time spent serving with the Maine Conservation Corps. Originally from Alaska Richard recently traveled to Maine to work with the Conservation Corps. Richard will speak about his time traveling and working in the back country of Maine building trails.
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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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