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Monday, September 29 2008

Here we have the October events for Wesselman Woods Nature Center

October 2008

October 1 Toddler Tales! (10 a.m.) at the Wesselman Woods Nature Center. This nature story and craft class is for parents and children up to 5 years old. Interaction with nature is important in a child's early stages. Free; donations accepted. No reservation required. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

October 4 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (9 a.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 4 Raptor Show & Falconry Demonstration (10 a.m.) at Howell Wetlands. $3 per person. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

October 4 Recycle Saturday! (8 a.m. to Noon) at Old Wal Mart West. Support Wesselman Nature Society by bringing us your recyclable materials. We are accepting cardboard, newspaper, magazines, catalogs, phone books, mixed paper, aluminum cans, metal food cans, glass containers, #1 & #2 plastic bottles, and household batteries. Call 479-0771, ext. 101 or 436-7800 for more information.

October 5 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (2 p.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 6–11 Visit our Fall Festival booth at 11th and Franklin!

October 8 Toddler Tales! (10 a.m.) at the Wesselman Woods Nature Center. This nature story and craft class is for parents and children up to 5 years old. Interaction with nature is important in a child's early stages. Free; donations accepted. No reservation required. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

October 10 Moonlight Paddle! (6:30 p.m.) at Bluegrass F&W Area. Join Canoe Evansville for a guided paddle under the full moon at this serene natural area north of the City. This is the LAST MOONLIGHT PADDLE WEEKDEND OF THE SEASON, so don't miss out! Pre-registration required ($15 per person). Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 11 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (9 a.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 11 Moonlight Paddle! (6:30 p.m.) at Hovey Lake. Join Canoe Evansville for a guided paddle under the full moon moon amidst the cypress forest at Hovey Lake (just south of Mt. Vernon, IN). This is the LAST MOONLIGHT PADDLE OF THE SEASON, so don't miss out! Pre-registration required ($15 per person). Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 12 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (2 p.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). October paddles are tentative according to seasonal weather conditions. Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 15 Toddler Tales! (10 a.m.) at the Wesselman Woods Nature Center. This nature story and craft class is for parents and children up to 5 years old. Interaction with nature is important in a child's early stages. Free; donations accepted. No reservation required. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

October 18 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (9 a.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). October paddles are tentative according to seasonal weather conditions. Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 18 Treemendous Tree Weekend (10 a.m.) at Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. Call 479-0771, ext. 101 for more information.

October 19 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (2 p.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). October paddles are tentative according to seasonal weather conditions. Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 22 Toddler Tales! (10 a.m.) at the Wesselman Woods Nature Center. This nature story and craft class is for parents and children up to 5 years old. Interaction with nature is important in a child's early stages. Free; donations accepted. No reservation required. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

October 24 & 25 Harvest Festival & Hayrides at Wesselman Woods (5 p.m. to 9 p.m. each day). http://wesselmannaturesociety.org/events/hayrides.php 

The Wesselman Nature Society (WNS) is growing something new this October for seasonal family fun. Harvest Festival and Hayrides at Wesselman Woods will be an opportunity for families and friends to enjoy the high point of our colorful fall season in Evansville’s most pristine forested area.

As our visitors arrive, they will park their car and hop onto a hayride through Wesselman Park and to the Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. As you hop off of the wagon and enter the Nature Preserve, you are welcomed to a one of a kind family festival featuring seasonal activities such as leaf rubbing, live animal encounters, crafts, an autumn campfire, stargazing, guided hikes and more. Dinner will also be available for purchase. Meanwhile, hayrides will continually circle the park for those who just want to relax and soak up the Halloween-themed scenery. In short, the Harvest Festival will be an experience that you will not soon forget!

October 25 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (9 a.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). October paddles are tentative according to seasonal weather conditions. Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 25 Bio Blitz Show and Tell (11 a.m. to Noon) at Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. Free. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

October 26 Wildlife in the City Canoe Program! (2 p.m.) Join Canoe Evansville for an alternative look at Evansville, via Pigeon Creek. This safe-passage canoe trip takes you along the Pigeon Creek Greenway passage and into the heart of the city of Evansville. Learn about the geology, ecology, and the environmental implications of city water trails. Relax on this 5-mile trip, and find out how the Pigeon Creek corridor is an oasis of wildlife hidden to the public eye. Guided trips are offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. and every Sunday at 2 p.m. throughout the season for ages 7 and up. Trips leave from Wesselman Woods Nature Center and last an average of 3 hours. Pre-registration required ($15 per person). October paddles are tentative according to seasonal weather conditions. Call 479-0771 ext. 105 for more information.

October 29 Toddler Tales! (10 a.m.) at the Wesselman Woods Nature Center. This nature story and craft class is for parents and children up to 5 years old. Interaction with nature is important in a child's early stages. Free; donations accepted. No reservation required. Call 479-0771, ext. 102 for more information.

Source: http://www.wesselmannaturesociety.org/events/index.php

 

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