Schedule

2019 Schedule of events!  


9:00 AM Festival begins: Artisans, eateries open; Indoor exhibits, Nature shop at Jennings and Prairie Maker Lab open in the Center
Nature Exploration: Birding on the Prairie with Martin Carlin and Gene Wilhelm, Bartramian Audubon Society
9:30 AM Demonstration: How to Use a Newcomb’s Guide to ID Wildflowers
10:00 AM Nature Exploration: Wildflowers of the Prairie with Carnegie Museum collections Manager for Botany Bonnie Isaac, and botanist Joe Isaac
10:30 AM Demonstration: The Buzz About Honey with HoneySweet Apiaries
11:00 AM Nature Exploration: Insects of the Prairie with Harold Willis
Nature Exploration:Daniel Finds a Poem Story and Hike with Slippery Rock Community Library (grades K-3)
11:30 AM Music: Well Strung
12:00 PM Nature Exploration: A Prairie Grows: Prairie formation and management with Center manager Wil Taylor
1:00 PM Demonstration: Live Wild Animals with Humane Animal Rescue
Nature Exploration: Cavity Nesters of the Prairie with Mike Brady
Nature Exploration: Daniel Finds a Poem Story and Hike with Slippery Rock Community Library (grades K-3)
Music: Rachel Brown
2:00 PM Nature Exploration: Insects of the Prairie with Harold Willis
2:30 PM Demonstration: Citizen Science! How to use iNaturalist to record sightings and help the park and other researchers
Music: Austin Stambaugh
3:00 PM Nature Exploration: Exploring the Prairie Using the Senses with Jennings staff (grades 3-6)
3:30 PM Demonstration: The Buzz About Honey with HoneySweet Apiaries
3:45 PM  Music: Clint Hoover and Dennis McCurdy
4:00 PM Nature Exploration: Massasauga Walk with Dave Johnson
4:15 PM Music: Colorblind Willie
5:30 PM Festival Concludes

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