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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

2011 Fall Harvest Social


Hosted by the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy & Clinton County Department of Waste Management

Saturday, October 8 – 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. – Rain or Shine! Bengel Wildlife Center – 6380 Drumheller Rd – Bath

· 1:30 p.m. – Wayne JacksonJoin Mr. Wayne Jackson in a historical journey dating back 10,000 years. With Mr. Jackson, a Tuscarora Indian, as your guide you will travel back in time and explore the Anasazi and Hopewell cultures through storytelling and dance.

· 3:00 p.m. – Endangered Species! - Visit with animals brought by the Potter Park Zoo Society. Mostly endangered species and some common Michigan animals. Learn more about these animals and even touch them!

The following activities will run throughout the day –

Explore the Bengel Wildlife Center grounds by taking a habitat hike or bog tour
Take a horse-drawn wagon ride and learn about the history of prairies in Michigan.

Bob for apples, create a craft, carve a duck head or go on a nature scavenger hunt. Win a prize!

Learn about honey bees, visit the Dancing Crane Gift Shop and more.

The Harvest Social is Open to the Public and Most Activities are Free
(there is a .25 fee for some activities) – Rain or Shine!

Who Will Be Here
Wayne Jackson
The Potter Park Zoo Society (with animals)
P.J.'s Percherons L.C. (Horse Drawn Carriage Service)
Risks Apiary and Honey House
Farmers Market

Please JOIN US for a day of fun!

The Michigan Wildlife Conservancy

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