Ever wonder how the constellations got up there among the stars at night? On Saturday, September 6th, Jeff Hutton will present the indoor portion of a program, titled “Our Stories in the Skies”, beginning at 8:00 pm at Lincoln Ridge Park.
Are your summer energy bills making you sweat? Warm weather doesn’t have to mean higher utility bills. There are a lot of things you can do at home – some obvious, some not so obvious – to save energy and stay comfortable this summer and year-round.
When most people think about Native American stone tools, they usually think of arrowheads. Gary Argabright enjoys expanding people’s natural attraction to artifacts to include the immense breadth and diversity of stone tools crafted by Native Americans on Ohio lands.
The 3rd Annual Oxbow Butterfly Count is scheduled for August 16th, 11:00 am. The trip will last approximately 2 hours and if time allows, will include a visit to Shawnee Lookout to look for more butterflies.
This is the time of year when we open our windows, work on our lawns and gardens, and get ready for the cookout. Just one slight problem, it’s bug season and weather has a big impact on mosquito populations.