Events Calendar

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Project FeederWatch: Birds & Beverages

Kings Gap Environmental Education Center 500 Kings Gap Road, Carlisle

Join us for Project FeederWatch at Kings Gap!  This community science project collects data on birds visiting feeders in the winter. Enjoy hot tea, cocoa, or coffee while we spend some time in the Education Building watching our birdfeeders and collecting count data.  No registration required for this free program.  Experienced birders and beginners welcome! In...

Environmental Advisory Council Network Virtual Conference

The EAC Network Conference is the annual, statewide training and networking event for people engaged in or interested in establishing an Environmental Advisory Council in their municipality, as well as municipal officials, staff, and others interested in improving their communities. Find more information and register here.

$35

Explore the Rocks of Kings Gap: Science Saturday Series

Kings Gap Environmental Education Center 500 Kings Gap Road, Carlisle

Science Saturday is a fun, interactive, science program for the whole family! This free program is best for middle-school aged children and their family. All children must be accompanied by an adult. PROGRAM SCHEDULE:  Join us for one session - or all!  All sessions run 1PM - 2:15PM and meet at the Education Building.  January...

Mind & Body Hiking Series

The Mind & Body Hiking Series is an opportunity for you to build your mental and physical health. The hikes will start easier and flatter, gradually adding mileage and hills. During the hike, you will also be relaxing your mind with silent walks, sensory activities, poetry, and reflection. PROGRAM SCHEDULE Join us for one hike...

Hunger Moon Hike

Strawberry Hill Foundation 1537 Mt Hope Rd., Fairfield

Join us for a free nighttime nature hike under the Hunger Moon! This time of year is hard. The days often seem to drag on as the cold presses in, unyielding in its persistence. The forest remains deep in sleep and it’s a hardscrabble life for those who venture out of their dens in search...

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