Come with us as night falls over the Museum’s evening trails. Bring your snowshoes (several local libraries allow you to check out a pair for free!) and a flashlight. We will look, listen, and perhaps talk about surviving winter, early spring, nocturnal creatures, stars…
Dress to be outdoors and meet at the Museum’s entrance. If weather permits, we will have a fire and hot cocoa outside at the end of our walk.
Walk led by Erin Talmage, Museum Director and Wildlife Biologist. FYI, sunset is 5:47 pm in Hinesburg.
Recommended: red plastic to cover the lens of your flashlight.
Suggested donation: $10 – $30 (pay what you can) • You may make your donation online or reserve your place for free and donate at the door.
Max: 10 people • Register here or call (802) 434-2167 to confirm your spot.