OWLOWEEN
Saturday, October 24
Noon – 1:00pm

Bring your blankets and chairs and join us in The Word Barn Meadow for an outdoor, COVID conscious, environmental education program based around Hallowe’en!!

Meet some wild animal ambassadors – like different owl species and turkey vultures – and learn how un-scary they actually are!

Proceeds from this program will support the Center for Wildlife, Exeter Conservation Commission, and The Word Barn.

Focusing on animals found in our local habitat, the Center for Wildlife will provide an in-depth introduction to the unique differences and similarities between the different wild animal ambassadors (i.e. owls, turkey vultures), as well as natural and personal histories.

This hour long program will connect the audience with these beautiful ambassadors of their species, as well as provide their natural and personal histories and empower audience members to help to steward the environment that we all share.

Following the program, there will be a Q&A session.

This is not a youth program, but family friendly and children are most welcome (and will surely be fascinated, inspired, and learn lots). Children under 10 are free, but are required to register given capacity limitations.

Each ticket includes a complimentary beer or cider.

This is a distanced, open-air, contactless, masked, and limited-capacity event.

 

 

RAPTORS & REPTILES
Thursday, September 24
5:30 – 6:30pm – SOLD OUT

Bring your blankets and chairs and join us in The Word Barn Meadow for an outdoor, COVID conscious, environmental education program focused on raptors and reptiles!

Proceeds from this program will support the Center for Wildlife, Exeter Conservation Commission, and The Word Barn.

Focusing on animals found in our local habitat, the Center for Wildlife will provide an in-depth introduction to the unique differences and similarities between raptors and reptiles.

How do each of these animal groups adapt with our changing seasons? How can you help your wild neighbors?

This hour long program will connect the audience with these beautiful ambassadors of their species, as well as provide their natural and personal histories and empower audience members to help to steward the environment that we all share.

Following the program, there will be a Q&A session.

This is not a youth program, but family friendly and children are most welcome (and will surely be fascinated, inspired, and learn lots). Children under 10 are free, but are required to register given capacity limitations.

Each ticket includes a complimentary beer or cider.

This is a distanced, open-air, contactless, masked, and limited-capacity event.