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November 2018

Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Dark Skies – CELT’s Annual Meeting Nov. 18

November 18, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Purpoodock Club, 300 Spurwink Avenue
Cape Elizabeth, 04107 United States
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Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Dark Skies Astronomers can prove the first two exist, but worry about the third. At CELT's Annual Meeting, Public Radio news anchor (and space buff) Irwin Gratz will talk about efforts to preserve our views of the heavens. He'll also talk about what's up there, both naturally occurring, and increasingly, created by humans. In addition to being an accomplished journalist, Irwin indulges his interest in astronomy as an occasional show presenter at the Southworth Planetarium in Portland. (See…

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February 2019

Snow Shoe Outing in Robinson Woods

February 2 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cape Elizabeth Land Trust Executive Director, Cindy Krum and long-time CELT supporter, Tony Owens for a snowshoe adventure through the snow laden trail network of Robinson Woods. This program is designed for winter outdoor enthusiasts, and we will explore the fields, woods and wetlands to gain a unique winter perspective of this wonderful property. Please bring your own equipment and dress accordingly for weather. Outing is subject to acceptable weather conditions. All participants must register at least 48 hours in…

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Good Night, Cape Elizabeth

February 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Children ages 2-6 (with an adult) are invited to the CELT office to enjoy a bedtime hour about the snowy owl, our “cold-weather friends”. Join Children’s author, Melissa Kim, and CELT volunteer, Jill Darling for stories, a craft, and a brief visit outdoors, as we learn about owls in Maine. Come in your pajamas, and bring a snack. Parents/Guardians must be present. Participants who register 48 hours in advance of the program will receive notification of changes or cancellation. $6/parent…

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What’s the Buzz on Bees?

February 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

What types of bees are found in Maine? Why are some bee species in decline? What can we do to protect bee populations in Maine? What plants encourage bees into our landscapes? Jennifer Lund, Maine State Apiarist, will answer these and many other questions about the bees in our landscape. Join her for a rich presentation and discussion at the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust Office about bees in Maine, and their importance. All participants must register at least 48 hours…

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Winter Animal Tracking for Families

February 20 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Join Cape Elizabeth Land Trust Education Coordinator Natasha Rathlev at the Great Pond Fenway Rd. trailhead to learn common winter animal tracks and practice tracking. Participants will receive a hand-held track guide that they will then use to identify and follow various tracks along the trail. Warm, dry clothing and footwear are a must. Children attending should be at least 6 years old, and accompanied by an adult. Outing is subject to acceptable weather conditions. All participants must register at…

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