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Cakes at the Lake: Nature’s Calendar
July 8 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am$5 – $8
Cakes at the Lake is an all-you-care-to-eat breakfast which features buttermilk and specialty pancakes, sausage, fresh fruit, and beverages. Following the breakfast, guests are encouraged to stay for the free nature program sponsored by Long Lake Preservation Association. To learn more about our Cakes at the Lake series or to see what other topics we have planned for our Cakes at the Lake programs, click here.
Breakfast: 8:00 am – 9:45 am; Program: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Program Fee: $8/person; $5/child (ages 4-12 years old); Free for children ages 3 & under
Location: Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
Registration is not required.
Nature’s Calendar: Moving Through July with Larry Weber
The thirty-one days of July offer continuous observations of Nature. Join Larry Weber, author of Backyard Almanac: A 365-Day Guide to Your Northern Backyard, to look at the phenological changes with the local flora and fauna as we progress from the Summer Solstice of June and delve into mid-summer. Besides being hot, these days are full of interesting happenings right in our own backyards.
Larry Weber is a retired science teacher and an author of many different nature books, including Butterflies of the Northwoods, Fascinating Fungi of the North Woods, Spiders of the Northwoods, A Guide to Webwatching, and In a Patch of Goldenrods. He also writes a weekly Nature Column for the Duluth News Tribune and has two weekly Phenology Radio Programs. He lives on a forested former farm in Carlton County, MN where he takes daily walks; watching critters and the seasonal changes.
Ways to Register for a Program:
- Select the BROWSE & REGISTER to register online. For guidance, please read the step-to-step guide on “How to Sign Up for a Program or Event” via Perfect Mind.
- Call 715-635-6543 & pay via credit card over the phone (Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:00pm).
- Visit our office. Note: Check and cash are also accepted when registering in-person.
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