(802) 434-2167 • email@example.com • http://www.birdsofvermont.org
Sunday, October 6 • 9:00 – 11:00am
What can you print from a fern, a leaf, a fish? Explore shapes and silhouettes of the natural world.
$40 members, $50 non-members, includes materials
Limit: 10 • Must pre-register
** Please note: the workshop has been moved to the morning. You may see listings (in print or online) with a different time but the 9am start is correct. Thanks! See you soon! **
Thursday, October 10 • 7:00pm — 8:00pm
Stowe Free Library
90 Pond St, Stowe, VT 05672
Vermont in the winter is, as we all know, cold, muddy, slushy, icy, and snowy. But there are still birds! Which ones? How come? What do they eat? How do they shelter from the weather? And how can you get involved?
Free, open to public. Free parking is available in front of, and behind, the Library – enter in the back of the Library after 7pm.
Saturday, October 12 • 10:00am – 2:00pm
Visit woodcarvers during their monthly meeting.
Included with admission
Sunday, October 13 • Dawn – Dusk
How many birds can we perceive from a 17-foot diameter circle? Can we beat last year’s record?
Pledges and donations welcome
Saturday, October 19 • 1:00 – 2:00pm
Join the fabulous naturalist, cartoonist, and science communicator Rosemary Mosco at a one-hour workshop at the Birds of Vermont Museum.
Rosemary will linger after the program to sign books and talk to the participants.
$40 ($35 for Museum members)
Perfect for adults and older kids
Daily through October • 10:00am – 4:00pm
We wander in gardens, foster habitats, explore ecosystems. Life buzzes, entwines, fosters, interacts—one species to another and another and another.. Birds and insects and plants thrive together. Can we pause, notice? Can we let the outside in, become as intimately connected to the world around as a pollinated plant is to its pollinators? How can art explore, examine, and express pollination—metaphorical and otherwise?
Artists and photographers with work on exhibit include: Andrew Keim — BJ Gray — Bryan Richheimer — Carol McDowell — Claudette Eaton — Dave Marcotte — Deana Allgaier — Deb Sharpe — Heidi Lyon — Isla Lothrop — Janet Labelle — Jerry Lasky — Judy Welna — Juniper and Prudence Murray — Katherine Guttman — Katherine Moran — Katrina Dreamer — Kimberly Sultze and Jon Hyde — Kristi Wilkinson — Laurie Bepler — Lori Hinrichsen — Louanne Nielsen — Mariposa Ottens — Miriam Adams — Monique Dewyea — Nancy Stone — Paula Kelley — Rebecca Garavan — Rebecca Rosenthal — Rich Kelley — Tina Valentinetti — Trine Wilson
Included with Museum Admission • Donations welcome
(Become a museum member and get free admission for a year!)
Tuesdays, October 8 and 22 • 10:30 – 11:30am
What are pollinators and where do they go in the fall?
Ages 4 – 8
Included with admission (Become a museum member and get free admission for a year!)
Saturday, October 26 • 8:00 – 9:00am
Join experienced birders on the monthly bird monitoring walk on the Museum’s property. Great activity for adults, older children, and somewhat more experienced birders. Please bring your own binoculars.
Outdoors, free, donations welcome • Please pre-register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (802) 434-2167