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Guided Winter Weekend Walks
Saturday, March 7, 2015 01:00 PM
Wellesley Island State Park
Phone: (315) 482-2479

The winter months provide some of the best opportunites for viewing wildlife along our trails. Come brave the cold and the wind to learn about animal tracks, plant and animal adaptations to winter, winter tree identification, and more. This program will be offered on snowshoes if the weather premits.

The hike is at the Indian River Lakes Conservancy. Please call 315-482-2479 for more information.

Guided Moonlight Snowshoe Hikes
Saturday, March 7, 2015 07:00 PM
Wellesley Island State Park
Phone: (315) 482-2479

Explore our winter woods by the light of the full moon! Look and listen for signs of wildlife as we walk guided by moonlight. If weather permits, this program will be offered on snowshoes.

Pre-registration is required. Please call the Nature Center at (315) 482-2479 for additional information or to preregister. If you feel more comfortable, you may bring a flashlight, but we encourage you to try walking by moonlight alone.

Registration: Required
Introductory Stained Glass Workshop with Scott Ouderkirk
Sunday, March 15, 2015 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Wellesley Island State Park
Phone: (315) 482-2479

Come make your stained glass piece with local artist and author, Scott Ouderkirk! No pior experience needed and all participants will leave with a complete piece. This is the perfect opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals of making stained glass.

$65 for members, $75 for non-members. The registration fee covers the cost of Scott's supplies. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Call 315-482-2479 for more info or to pre-register.

Registration: Required
Maple Day
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Wellesley Island State Park
Phone: (315) 482-2722

Come learn about the ecology and history of making maple syrup! We will walk the Eel Bay trail and teach you how to identify a sugar maple, determine if it is learge enough to tap, tap the tree, and process the sap. Then we will find out if you can taste the difference between. We will even tell you the legend of how maple syrup was discovered! Fun for the whole family.

For more questions call 315-482-2479.

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