Bring your family out to experience nature's "dark" side. Discover the adaptations that nocturnal animals use to survive at night and see how well your own senses compare as you wind your way through the woods at Robinson Nature Center. Warm up under the moonlight with s'mores by the fire. Dress warmly. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Cost is $10 individual/$25 family (family fee is for three or more immediate family members).
Event begins at 6:00PM
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