Fri June 29, 2012
Earth Calendar for June 29th and June 30th
Last week, the Sierra Club launched My Piece of America, to encourage Americans to share their favorite outdoor place and take action to protect special areas. Many favorite wild places -- from the striking red rock deserts of the Southwest to the cool, leafy city park where adults relax -- need help to protect them from threats like oil drilling and climate change. You are invited to visit the Sierra Club’s website, choose a special place in the My Piece of America map and take action now to protect it. Each photo in the map represents someone’s favorite place. Then, upload a photo and description of your favorite piece of America and share it with friends and family so they will be inspired to take action, too.
On Our Calendar. Discover the fascinating world of wildlife at Kenton County’s Middleton Mills Park every week through August 15th for Wild Wednesdays. The free nature programs begin at 10:00 am, last about an hour every Wednesday and are held –rain or shine- in Shelterhouse 2. Wild Wednesday programs are for everyone. It’s not just schools and school age kids who are enjoying he programs. It’s all ages, from babies to seniors. For program schedules visit their website or call (859) 525-PLAY