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Discovery Saturdays – Live Animal Showcase, Gainesville.

Date: Saturday, March 12, 2022

Time(s): 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

ACTIVITIES

LIVE animal showcases – Meet resident wildlife in live animal exhibit guided by naturalist.
Times: 11 to 11:45 am AND 1 to 1:45 pm
Cost: $5 adults, $3 children 2-12, FREE to Elachee members.

Outdoor Painting Class with HLK Designs – Artist/instructor Heather Liana, of HLK Designs, will help beginner artists capture nature’s beauty by creating their own nature-inspired 12″x12″ wooden art piece during this 2-hour class.
Time: 11 am to 1 pm
Cost: $55 Per Person, Pre-registration is required. The program fee covers the cost of all materials. This program will take place outdoors, is restricted to ages 13+ and a maximum of 20 participants.

Invasive Species ID and Removal Course/Hike – Learn how to identify Georgia’s common invasive plants and trees, along with the best techniques for their safe removal. Restricted to ages 14+ and a maximum of 20 participants.
Time – 1 – 3 pm
Cost: $20 Per Person, Pre-registration is required.

Location: Elachee Nature Science Center, 2125 Elachee Dr.

Register in advance. 770-535-1976, Elachee.org.

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The damage may not be visible yet, but late December’s deep freeze wreaked havoc with plants, shrubs and trees across Georgia. Don’t panic yet. Until new growth begins this spring, you won’t know the impact of sustained sub-freezing temperatures. Early signs include dry, curled and brown foliage, extreme leaf drop or defoliation, and cracks in stems and branches. But the reality won’t be clear for at least several months. Don't panic ...
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