The Herald Bulletin

Evening Update


February 5, 2014

February activities at Mounds State Park



Saturday, Feb. 15, 12 p.m. -- Victorian Valentine Party. Call to reserve a spot at the Bronnenberg Home’s table for a Valentine’s Day tea and card-making party. While crafting, park naturalists will share stories about how the pioneer family may have celebrated Valentine’s Day. Participants will have the opportunity to make cards from fabric, ribbon and lace. All supplies are provided. A freewill donation is requested. Several sessions will be offered throughout the afternoon. Seating is limited to six participants per 45-minute session. Call 765-649-8128 by Wed., Feb. 12, to register.

Sunday, Feb. 16, 1 p.m. -- Cocoa and a Movie. The next episode of “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea” will be presented. Head to the Nature Center, get your free cocoa, and get comfortable to watch the 114-minute documentary “Episode Three: The Empire of Grandeur.” Candy will be available for purchase.

Saturday, Feb. 22, 1 p.m. -- Grapevine Wreath Workshop. Advance registration is required for this workshop during which participants will create a beautiful and rustic wreath from natural materials. Grapevine will be provided as well as quality decorative elements. A $10 fee applies, which includes all supplies and refreshments. Space is limited. Call 649-8128 to register by Wed. Feb. 19.

Sunday, Feb. 23, 1 p.m. -- Cocoa and a Movie. Meet at the Nature Center for the next episode in “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.” Enjoy free cocoa while watching the 117-minute documentary “Episode Four: Going Home.” Candy will be available for purchase.

2 p.m. -- Knit in Nature. Join guest interpreter Kim Ousley until 4 p.m. for knitting and crocheting in the Visitor Center Wildlife Viewing Room.

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