Monthly Archives: December 2012

Snowflakes or Ring-billed Gulls

Lakeview Beach is covered in snow and the air is filled with snowflakes and ring-billed gulls, a beautiful sight for the end of the year!

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Don’t miss out on the last of the Celebration!

Even though many of your holiday get-togethers may be over, remember that we are still celebrating here at the Carlisle Visitor Center, but there are only four more days of this season’s Holiday Lights program!  If you haven’t seen what some visitors are calling … Continue reading

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Holiday Lights canceled 12/26/12 due to weather

Holiday Lights has been canceled for today 12/26 due to weather. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. In addition, Miller Nature Preserve will be closing at 6 p.m. today (no extended hours).

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How high will it grow?

This agave in the desert room at the Miller Nature Preserve is getting ready to bloom for the first time. We are excited to see what it will look like, but for now it just keeps getting taller and taller. … Continue reading

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Holiday Harmony at Miller Nature Preserve

The North Ridgeville High School A capella Choir made an appearance in the conservatory at Miller Nature Preserve on Tuesday night and spread holiday cheer to the many visitors present for the performance.  This event was one of the many … Continue reading

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ELF WORKSHOPS 12/18-12/20 at French Creek!

Join us at French Creek Nature & Arts Center between 5 and 6:30 pm 12/18 through 12/20 for a Make One/Take One Holiday Crafting event!  Craft projects are geared toward kids with some assistance required from an adult.  The format … Continue reading

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BURRELL FAMILY CHRISTMAS this Saturday 12/22!

Join us for a look into the Victorian Age as we explore the origins of modern celebration traditions!  Enjoy the day with crafts, music, food, Dickens and decorations and a visit into 19th century Christmas at the Burrell Homestead. By reservation, tour participants depart … Continue reading

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