This calendar lists events hosted by several of the great land trusts and environmental organizations in the greater Blue Hill Peninsula & Deer Isle/Stonington area. Please contact the host organizations for more information on particular events.
November 21, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 11:15 am Blue Hill Public Library, 5 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill, ME 04614, USA
Downeast Audubon education coordinator Julianne Taylor will read a story about monarch migration at the Blue Hill Public Library in a special edition of the library’s weekly Storytime, on Tuesday, November 21st, at 10:30 AM.
Monarch Mirgation: Come learn about the amazing fall migration of the monarch butterfly. We will read the book "Milkweed for is for Butterflies" written by local author Bundy Boit and make our own monarch butterfly finger puppets!
This event is sponsored by the library and Downeast Audubon, a chapter of Maine Audubon. There is no charge, and everyone is welcome. For more information, call Libby at 374-5515
November 26, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm 15 Cross Road, Orland, ME, United States, Orland Village
Choose and cut a Christmas tree in Orland Village Sunday, Nov. 26, 12-3 pm—proceeds will benefit your local land trust! Join us Sunday, November 26, 12-3 pm at John & Diane Barlow’s, 15 Cross Road in Orland Village, where both sheared and open-grown fir trees, large and small, await. Cookies and cocoa, cutting help and handsaws available; no chainsaws please. Cost is $25; proceeds benefit Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust. Take the Dark Mountain Road off Rte. 166 (was 175) in Orland Village, turn left on Cross Road; follow the signs. Rain/snow date Dec. 3.
Check web or Facebook for weather updates, changes or cancellations. Call 469-6929 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, or 930-9730 that weekend.
November 29, 2017 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Blue Hill Public Library, 5 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill, ME 04614, USA
Birds in Your Backyard: During this program we will learn about the common native bird species we often see in our backyards or bird feeders. We will learn how to identify birds based on their physical features, songs, and calls. We will then make a special bird seed treat for our wild feathered friends!
This event is sponsored by the library and Downeast Audubon, a chapter of Maine Audubon. There is no charge, and everyone is welcome. For more information, call Libby at 374-5515.