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For more information, or to register for any of our events:
E-mail us at LNC@bellsouth.net or call us at (502) 458-1328

NOW YOU CAN CONVENIENTLY
REGISTER FOR EVENTS ONLINE!!

Click here to Easily Register Online for an Upcoming Event:
Online Registration Form

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NATURE'S WORKS AND QUIRKS PROGRAM

Nature's Works and Quirks (NW&Q) is a Saturday program focused on nature for families and children of all ages. They are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Educators and Naturalists from LNC choose the topic and invite our members and friends to join them in exploring the different aspects of Nature.

All NW&Q programs are FREE for LNC members; $3.00 for non-members; and $12 for a group of 4 or more.

For planning purposes pre-registration is required..
Register by contacting the Louisville Nature Center at 502-458-1328
or email LNC@bellsouth.net
Listed below are the upcoming Nature's Works and Quirks program events:

NO NEED TO SHAKE WHEN YOU MEET A SNAKE!
Saturday, June 14, 2014, 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Registration required no later than 10:00am, Saturday, June 14
Snakes have gotten a bad "rep". Join naturalist Amy Berry for this Nature's Works and Quirks Program and find out why snakes are important. You will meet Bix, our visting rat snack, and find out, through him, all the reasons to say thanks to a snake!
Cost: FREE for LNC members and volunteers
Others: $3 per person; $12 for groups of 4 or more.

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STORYWALKS
Saturday, July 26, 10:30am to 3:00pm
The Bird Watchers, by Simon James
Saturday, August 23, 10:30am to 3:00pm
Frog in a Bog, by John Himmelmann

Read to your family while you enjoy a Saturday stroll in the gardens at the Louisville Nature Center.
The StoryWalk® Project combines wonderful children's picture books with all the joys and benefits of taking a walk outdoors. Though designed for families with young children, people of all ages have enjoyed reading books in a natural settings.
COST: FREE

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MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S OWL HIKE
Saturday, July 19, *****SORRY *** THIS OWL HIKE IS FULL*******

Join naturalist Rosemary Bauman at the Nature Center to learn about the owls in Beargrass Creek State Nature Preserve. The owl hike starts with a short presentation and light refreshments, followed by the hike. Appropriate for ages 6 through adult. Limited to 20 participants
COST: LNC members, $3 per person, $10 family of 4 or more;
Non-members, $5 per person, $18 family of 4 or more.
Pre-registration and payment required. For reservations: call (502) 458-1328; email LNC@bellsouth.net; or use the link at top of this page.

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"FEATHERING THE NEST" FUNDRAISER FOR LNC
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Please join us on Saturday evening, September 20, for the Louisville Nature Center's annual fundraiser. This year's "Feathering the Nest" celebration will feature casual fun, good food and great music. Sponsors and donated items are welcome. Please continue to help us provide education and encourage stewardship in an urban forest. Thank you for your continued support. More information will be coming soon, and a committee is forming if you'd like to help us put the "FUN" in fundraiser. Contact the Louisville Nature Center at 502-458-1328.

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And, naturally, you are welcome anytime to stop by for a leisurely hike,
enjoy the bird blind, visit the gardens, relax while you read in the library,
or just unwind on the gazebo!

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