LSPA Educational Events
Angling in the Smile of the Great Spirit
Tuesday, August 7th at 7 pm
Anyone who has ever posted a "Gone Fishin'" sign on the door during business hours wil appreciate this native fisherman's glimpse into the habits, rituals, and lore of some of the colorful members of the not-so-exclusive "Liar's Club." Hal Lyon, award winning author, shares tales, secrets, folklore and history of fishing in New Hampshire's big lakes.
Presented by Hal Lyon in cooperation with NH Humanities.
The Natural Lakeshore Habitat - A Closer Look
A LAKESHORE WALK AT THE FELLS
Thursday, August 23rd at 10:00 AM
Come learn about the wonderful natural world that exists where the water meets the land. This joint Fells-LSPA program will explore this ecotone, or transitional meeting of two different natural communities. What are the plant and animal species that inhabit this zone? What special relationships exist here? What does a healthy lakeshore habitat look like? This program, designed for upper elementary school age through adults, begins with a presentation the John Hay Classroom in the Gatehouse, followed by an easy hike along the shore of Lake Sunapee. Waterproof boots may be helpful. LSPA and Fells members: free. Nonmembers: included with regular admission fee. Advanced registration is requested, though walk-ins are welcome.
To reserve call The Fells: 603-763-4789 x3
"Out and About!" 10:00 - 11:00 am
Get out and about in nature at LSPA in the harbor at the learning center! LSPA presents a series of educational programs designed for pre-school and school age children and their caregivers. Come to one session or all - each program is organized around a different ecological theme. All programs are filled with hands on learning through sensory experiences, guided exploration, creative play, art, and music. Programs are free. Come join the fun!
[Themes and activities are subject to change depending on the weather.]