Monthly Archives: February 2016

Snowy Outside – Blooming Inside

The snowflakes were big and drifting down making pretty scenes today.  This is the bridge over the pond at Miller Nature Preserve.         But if you are tired of the cold and looking for some color, come … Continue reading

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Schoepfle in bloom already

Amid the occasional snow flakes can be found a number of blooms at Schoepfle Garden.  Winter aconite and snowdrops are thick in the border, along the main path and several other locations around the garden.  These minor bulbs will bloom … Continue reading

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Annual ‘Road to Freedom’ Experience Registration NOW OPEN!

Join LCMP & TrueNorth Cultural Arts on Saturday, April 9 at the French Creek Reservation for a  performance-based experience along a walking path to the Burrell Homestead, an authentic Underground Railroad station! Face your fears and test your courage as … Continue reading

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