Accommodations for Every Budget & Lifestyle
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Mon 18th Apr
to Thu 21st Apr
TIMSA Training: Phase 1, Ludlow
This full 92-hour training seminar is offered in three phases spanning six months of time: Phase I (on-site) is a four-day intensive orientation to the work of intentional interim ministry. Phase II is a five-month period working in a current appointment, applying the learnings gained in the first phase along with mentoring by the Phase I leaders. The training concludes with a three-day Phase III (on-site) gathering to integrate Phase I learning with Phase II experiences.$1000 price includes all 3 phases of training. Payment may be split $600 before the April event and $400 before the September event. Register and pay in full beforeMarch 1, 2022, and pay only $900. . For more information call 814-945-6512
Olmsted Manor Retreat Center, 17 E Main St, Ludlow, PA 16333
Sat 23rd Apr
Celebrate Earth Day, Mt, Jewett
Earth Day is Friday,but we are going to celebrate it on Saturday! Earth Day is a day set aside to celebrate the Earth and the care of ourenvironment. It started back in 1970 and it is still celebrated today. Beingpart of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, we care a lotabout the environment and our precious resources are very important to us!
For more information call 814-778-5467
Kinzua Bridge State Park, 296 Viaduct Rd, Mt Jewett, PA 16740
Sat 23rd Apr
The Power of Native Plants, Portville
Celebrate Earth Day by Supporting Native Plants!!
Learn about the pitfalls of lawns, the benefits of native plants, and how to help and see more wildlife in any yard (even in cities), with presenter Jennifer Miller who will be joining us live, but virtually. Jennifer will speak about some of the challenges our wildlife faces today and how even small changes in how we garden and maintain our yards can have huge impacts. We hope (but can't promise) to have some native plant seedlings ready to give away at this event for those interested. For more information call (716) 933-0187
Portville Free Library, 2 N Main St, Portville, NY 14770
Sun 24th Apr
Elk Explanations , Benezette
New tolearning about elk? Join us for the basic breakdown as we learn about elk history,elk ecology, and elk behavior. Are you a seasoned “Elkspert?” We bet you’lllearn something new, too! Have burning questions about elk? Wondering how elkare managed? Perhaps you have a question about their favorite foods or habit?Maybe you’d like to know how long they live or when calving season is? Join ourstaff at the Elk Country Visitor Center to find the answers to these questionsand more!
For more information call 814-787-5173
Elk Country Visitor Center, 950 Winslow Hill Rd, Benezette, PA 15821