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Birding for Beginners

Indiana is part of a key bird migration route. During migration the waters around Bloomington serve as a stopover for thousands of waterfowl. Come for a morning of bird watching on Stillwater Marsh at North Fork State Wildlife Refuge. Beginning birders are welcome as several spotting scopes will be available and bird identification will be discussed. Meet at Stillwater Marsh. Directions provided upon registration. Instructor: Anna Rossler

Sa 11/1 · 9-10 a.m. · Register by 10/29 (Code 94006-A)
$4/in-city, $5/non-city ·
For ages 12 yrs. and up.
Stillwater Marsh, Lake Monroe

Asleep Under the Snow

Have you ever wondered where animals like chipmunks and frogs go during the winter? Bring your favorite stuffed animal and learn, through creative play, all about the different ways animals hibernate. Cost is per child. Instructor: Derek Greene

Sa 11/8 · 10-11 a.m. · Register by 11/5 (Code 94001-A)
$4/in-city, $5/non-city · For ages 2-5 yrs.
Banneker Community Center

Crafting Grapevine Wreaths

With just a few simple tools and techniques you can turn grapevines into attractive, lightweight wreaths. Experience the entire process from identifying and collecting wild grapevine to crafting a small wreath that is yours to keep. All necessary tools and materials are provided. Instructor: Derek Greene

Sa 11/22 · 1-2:30 p.m. · Register by 11/14 (Code 94004-A)
$8/in-city, $10/non-city ·
For ages 10 yrs. and up.
Winslow Woods, Playground Shelter