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Princeton, NJ Nature Reserves Announcements

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Events for October

Lewis Brook Neighborhood Coalition

Oct. 12

Thursday, 7 p.m. Free

Join Policy Director Mike Pisauro as he talks about water quality and the environment.

Pennington Point Clubhouse, 1 Woolsey Drive, Pennington

 

Autumn Reading Group

Registration required.

October 18, November 15.

 

Out There: Voices from the Wild

Wednesdays, 7:30–9:00PM, Adults, Fee per session: $10pp; College students free with valid college ID

Facilitator Jeff Hoagland invites you to enjoy this unique and relaxed reading group in exploring the wide and varied terrain of nature writing, wildness and wilderness. Each month, readers will receive some poems and prose focused on a specific topic.  Autumn topics: September – Wendell Berry; October - Birds; November – Mountains. Sign up for individual sessions or all 3.  Light refreshments provided.

 

October 18

Stormwater Management panel for Princeton Residents at the Princeton Public Library

Wednesday, 7 p.m. Free

Join the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association's stormwater specialist Kory Kreiseder, landscape architect Carolle Huber and architect Kirsten Thoft to learn how best to incorporate stormwater management on your property. Co-sponsored by the Princeton Public Library, the Princeton Environmental Commission and the Princeton Environmental Film Festival.

 

October 21

Habitat photo Challenge

Saturday, 10:00-11:30AM, Families (children 5yo+), Free

Sharpen your observation skills and discover hidden hideaways on this exciting photo challenge and game. Use your own camera/phone and try our vintage Polaroid cameras. Co-sponsored by Washington Crossing Audubon Society.

 

 October 27

Volunteer Pumpkin Carving

Friday, 6:30 pm. Ages 12 and up.

Can you carve a pumpkin? We need volunteers to carve scores of Jack O' Lanterns in preparation for our Nature of Halloween Night Hike. Bring your own knife or carving tools. Bring a pumpkin to donate, if you are able.

 

October 28

The Origins of Halloween Night Hike

Saturday, Hike times every 15 minutes from 6 to 8:15 pm, Families (children 5 and up) $15members/$18non-members

Join us on a journey through the woods on a crisp autumn night. You will follow your guide on a trail of glowing Jack O' Lanterns; along the way you stop to meet the characters in an Irish Folktale that unfolds along the path.  The founders of New Jersey's Original Jack O' Lantern Night Hike are bringing their 30-year tradition to a new home at the Watershed.

While other Halloween programs are designed to frighten, our goal is to educate and enchant. Guided hikes begin every 15 minutes; last hike begins at 8:15 p.m.  Space is limited in each hike; pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Call to reserve your hike time. (609) 737-3735 x11

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