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37th Annual AICA Spring POWWOW
Come help celebrate 37 years of friendship and powwow
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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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A Winter's Evening Concert
This event is free and open to the public. Please register in advance for this performance by emailing info@fence.org or calling 828-859-9021. This performance will take place in the Great Room at FENCE.
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All Day Camp
AGES (5-12) $150.00 SESSION 8A.M. – 5P.M. THIS CAMP WILL BE AN ALL DAY CAMP WITH A MIXTURE OF ALL THE OTHER CAMPS INCLUDING, EXPLORING NATURE, LEARNING ABOUT THE EARTH & ASTRONOMY, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SURVIVAL SKILLS. THIS WEEK WILL BE A VERY EXCITING WEEK FULL OF LOTS OF GREAT THINGS TO LEARN INCLUDES MORNING & AFTERNOON SNACK , BRING BAG LUNCH Limited to 50 Campers
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All Day Camp
This camp includes a wide variety of activities including hiking, exploring nature, arts and crafts, team building activities, groups games, special guest presenters, and much more! Camp includes a morning and afternoon snack.
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Animal tracks and tracking program with Steve O'Neil
Over the last two decades Steve has conducted several reptile, bat, bear, and vulture conservation, ecology, and environmental education & research projects studying the Eastern Box Turtle, Black Rat snake, Timber Rattlesnake, Black vulture, Black bear, and our native bats.
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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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Annual Fall Yard Sale
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Annual Go Fly a Kite Day
Come and enjoy this great day outside - flying kites, picnic lunches, and rolling down Hawk's Ridge. First 200 receive free kites This event is made possible by the Kirby Endowment at Polk County Community Foundation.
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April 18 - Family Concert
Irish soprano Donna Gallagher, accompanied by pianist Mildred Roche, presents a program of classical and traditional repertoire. Free program.
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