Thursday, June 20
Terrific Turtles: Have you ever seen a turtle in the Pine Bush? They’re here!
Human History of the Pine Bush: For centuries, humans have farmed, traveled, explored, and lived among the pines and oaks of the Albany Pine Bush.
First Friday Hike — Caterpillar Crawl: A feast unfolds with the growth of new leaves…not for us but for caterpillars!
Brooks Chicken and Ribs Barbecue, at the Hamilton Union Presbyterian Church,2291 Western Ave., from 4 to 7 p.m. A chicken dinner is $10. Drive-through only.
Brooks Barbecue will be at the Gazebo in Greenville from 3 to 6 p.m. Chicken dinners, half a chicken, rib dinners, and ribs only will be available.
The 2nd Annual Pine Bush Student Research Symposium and Silent Auction:Please join the Friends of the Pine Bush and the Farnsworth Middle School’s Pine Bush Project, from 7 to 8 p.
Bees In Your Bonnet: Did you know that the Albany Pine Bush Preserve is home to over 90 species of native bees?
Garage Sale at the Clarksville Community Church from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Booth spaces are available for $15, or two for $25. Food, prizes, and fun!
On-Farm Workshop — Controlling Pests of Seedling Corn: Each year insects, diseases, and weeds rob farmers of corn plants and yield.
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