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03may6:00 pm7:00 pmElachee Science Night Series - Winter/Spring - May 2022

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Elachee Science Night Series – Winter/Spring 2022, Gainesville

Elachee Nature Science Center hosts this FREE monthly program series to engage the community in environmental education and discussion. Each event is marked as online via ZOOM or in-person.

Pre-registration is required to receive the online meeting login credentials.

Date(s): First Tuesday of each month:

January 4Ethnobotany/Ethnopharmacology
Virtual Program Guest Speaker: Dr. Cassandra Quave, Emory University

February 1Birding 101
Virtual Program Guest Speaker: Corina Newsome, Georgia Audubon
ZOOM Presentation: 7-8 p.m.

March 1 Wildflowers and Rare Plants of North Georgia
Guest Speaker: Tom Govus, Botanist
Host Location: Left Nut Brewing Company
Program Time: 6-7 p.m.

April 5Tree Ecology
Virtual Program Guest Presenters from New Urban Forestry
ZOOM Presentation: 7-8 p.m.

May 3 – Lake Lanier Ecology
Guest Speaker: Dale Caldwell, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
Host Location: Tap It! Pints & Growlers
Program Time: 6-7 p.m.

Times(s): please visit Elachee’s website for more details, as times may change.

Cost: FREE

Location: See individual event details as some are Virtual Zoom meetings and others are in-person.

For more info: 770-535-1976, See Website for Registration, Times, and more details as they become available each month.

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(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Elachee Nature Science Centerelachee@elachee.org 2125 Elachee Drive Gainesville, GA 30504

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