What better time for children to learn about the water that cools, refreshes and nourishes us than during summer vacation in Florida? Trout Lake Nature Center in Eustis will present “Wonderful Water,” specifically created for children going into grades 1-5.
Deirdre Irwin, program manager for the Florida Water Star program, will discuss the critical role of the water conservation initiative at Trout Lake Nature Center’s Friday Night Naturalist Program on Friday, May 19, at 6 p.m. Irwin is water
Veterans have sacrificed so much to make our lives better and safer. Trout Lake Nature Center (TLNC) will be hosting a nature hike as a tribute to veterans followed by a presentation on Saturday, April 29 beginning at 9 AM.
Spend the evening and see how Winnie the Pooh’s Hundred Acre Woods encourages children to enjoy “adventures” with nature. Many of us grew up reading Winnie the Pooh stories or watching Disney’s Pooh films. Pooh gave many children their first
Turtles, the folks who love them, and others who want to learn more about them will gather to celebrate Turtle Day at Trout Lake Nature Center on Sunday, April 9. The event, which takes place from 1 to 3 p.m.,
Trout Lake Nature Center will observe Florida Archeology Month on Saturday, March 25, with a program entitled Technology from the Past and Citizen Science. The program delves into ancient civilizations – how our ancestors lived, hunted, fished and survived in
“Green Builder” Ralph Locke will be the featured speaker at Trout Lake Nature Center’s Friday Night Naturalist Program on Friday, March 17, at 6 p.m. Locke, president of Environmental Construction & Consulting Inc. of Deland, pledges “a touch of green
For various reasons, the third Saturday House Concerts also known as folk music is canceled for February (yes, that is this Saturday) and March. We hope these house concerts will be offered later in the year and I know they
Mt. Dora resident Taylor Jones will present “An Adventure in First-Year Butterfly Gardening,” a lively, humorous and highly informative talk — illustrated by dramatic photography of the winged visitors — at Trout Lake Nature Center in Eustis on Friday, Feb.