ACRES Land Trust Summer/Fall Events

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

August 28, 2015

September 13, 2015

September 26, 2015

October 15, 2015

October 17, 2015

October 18, 2015

October 24, 2015

December 6, 2015

December 12, 2015

Phone: (260) 637-2273

Email: acres@acreslandtrust.org

Link: http://www.acreslandtrust.org

Event Description

May 7, 2015 Updated Aug 18, 2015 at 4:44 AM EDT

ACRES offers a wide variety of programs designed to provide greater awareness and enjoyment of natural areas. ACRES events and programs are open to the public - you do not have to be an ACRES member to participate. All programs are offered free of charge unless otherwise noted in the description. Choose an upcoming event and join in the fun!

The Matchsellers: an ACRES Land Trust concert
Wildwood Nature Preserve, 409 E SR 14, Silver Lake, IN 46982
If you missed the show last year, don’t miss this chance to see the Matchsellers perform in the garage at Wildwood.
The Matchsellers are an alternative bluegrass duo that formed in Leipzig, Germany. Though they met abroad, the group’s members Andrew Morris and Julie Bates are Midwesterners (from Indiana and Kansas City, respectively).
The Matchsellers’ music is stuck somewhere between the electric blues of Chicago and the bluegrass of Kentucky.
Since June 2013 the duo has been on the road performing music full time. Consisting of a mix of traditional, covers and original music, the live performances are sure to please die-hard bluegrass fans as well as those not so familiar with the genre.
The duo has successfully completed self-organized tours through Europe and the US. Their debut EP, Claypool Dog Race is available to stream and download at bandcamp.com and their 2014 release, See the Light and 2015 release, Kosciusko County are available on iTunes. More information at http://thematchsellers.wordpress.com/.
8/28 7-9pm

Grand Opening!! Spring Lake Woods and Bog
Spring Lake Woods and Bog, 12905 Lake Everett Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46818
Celebrate the much-anticipated opening of the 107-acre Spring Lake Woods and Bog! Come out for cake and stay for a hike!
This property protects a portion of the shoreline of Lake Everett, Allen County’s only natural lake. Featuring areas of upland forests and wetlands, this preserve is home
to the four-toed salamander, skunk cabbage, and (nearly 6-foot tall!) cinnamon fern.
9/13 8:30am-3pm

Project Learning Tree Workshop
Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve 1802 Chapman Road, Huntertown, IN 46748
Project Learning Tree inspires students, teachers and volunteers to gain an awareness and knowledge of the world around them and their place in it by using the forest as a “window to the world.” Material for teachers and other educators, parents and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12.
Dress appropriately as part of the workshop will be outside.
Presented by Mary Ibe and Nancy Eagle.
Fee for the manual is $22. Pay at the event.
RSVP by September 19: 260-637-2273 or acres@acreslandtrust.org
9/26 8:30am-3pm

Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve Barn 1802 Chapman Road, Huntertown, IN 46748 Entrance to the barn is east of the main entrance to the ACRES office.
Pick your own pace as you travel through the Dustin nature preserve. Three groups will leave the Dustin barn — one taking a casual walk through the property, one jogging at a moderate pace, and one motivated group taking a high intensity run up and down the ravine paths of the preserve.
Presented by a volunteer docent guide, Jason Kissel and Mark O’Shaughnessy.
10/15 5-6pm

Share the trail with the children in your life. With activities to engage youngsters, you’re bound to experience the preserve anew. If there is one thing Bill loves, it is connecting kids to nature.
Presented by Bill Smith and his grandchildren.
Bicentennial Woods, 340 E. Shoaff Road, Huntertown, IN 46748
10/17 10-11am
Wing Haven 180 W. 400 N, Angola, IN 46703
10/18 2-3pm

Mary Thornton Nature Preserve, 1541 E. 300 N, Wabash, IN 46992
Join us for story time in the woods. We will share nature stories along a half mile trail through the colorful fall woods, taking time to explore the plants and animals around us. This program is geared towards families with preschool aged children, but all are welcome.
Presented by the Kissel family.
10/24 1-2pm

180 W. 400 N, Angola, IN 46703
Gather around a wood-burning stove for an old-fashioned sing-along. Enjoy festive refreshments and celebrate the holiday season at the Wing Haven Studio.
Presented by ACRES friends Art Eberhardt, Jim Shearer, Jeanine Samuelson and Steve Eyrich.
12/6 2-3pm

Hathaway Preserve at Ross Run, 1866 E. Baumbauer Road, Wabash, IN 46992
Enjoy a crisp winter night watching the meteor shower in the dark skies of rural Wabash
County. Bring a blanket or chair to gaze into the sky from — coffee and hot chocolate will be provided. If it happens to be cloudy, we’ll look a little closer to the ground and explore the night life of this amazing preserve.
Presented by the Kissel family.
12/12 8:30-9:30pm

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