These programs are family friendly, FREE, and open to the public. They are held at the Topsham Public Library the last Tuesday of each month from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. For more information, email email@example.com.
Ron Chase, a local published writer and adventurer, knows the Cathance River. In fact, he knows each twist, turn, and the treachery of its Class IV rapids very well. Calling the Cathance “My River,” Ron has paddled this gem over 75 times. Join us as Ron takes us with him (gulp) down the river’s rapids during spring high water. We’ll vicariously experience a local adventure!
Inspired By Nature
How are people drawing on the wisdom of nature to solve human problems? Join Matt Dubel, Executive Director of CREA, as he shares the stories of eco-innovators who are using nature as a model for everything from growing food to designing products to making decisions.
Gray Fox: “Tree Fox”
An almost mythical creature, the Gray Fox has a brownish-red chest and sides, and gray back. They are quite different from Red Fox in their stout, more powerful build, unique coloration, and their ability to climb trees! Come hear more about the oh-so-interesting and territorial Gray Fox from professional Wildlife Biologist Sean Moriarty.
Chewonki Presents: Predators! (LIVE ANIMALS)
Although often misunderstood, predators can ultimately hold the key to the overall health of our ecosystems. The Chewonki Foundation will be on hand to illustrate this concept of intricate balance with a live owl, bat, and turtle ambassador.
Bring the whole family to this live-animal, interactive program!