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Maple Syrup Fun Run Registration Is Now Open!

Registration is now open for the Maple Syrup Fun Run 2015. The 2015 run will include a 10K and a 5K trail run, a one-mile walk, and our pancake brunch. For all the details and to register, visit our Fun Run page.

Spring Buckham Bulletin Correction

The Spring issue of the Buckham Bulletin contains incorrect information about our current lineup of programs. For the most current and accurate information about our programs and events, please visit our Upcoming Programs & Events page.

Register your team for the Nature Trivia Bee!

Our Nature Trivia Bee is just around the corner on March 12th and the deadline for registering your trivia team is March 2nd. This is going to be a fun night of action-packed nature trivia! We'll have questions on a variety of topics like animals, weather, natural history, and more! More details and registration are on our Public Programs page.

OWLS: Now Also at Northfield Senior Center

Our OWLS (Older, Wiser, Livelier, Seniors) lunch and learn program for seniors will be hitting the road for the Northfield Senior Center in March. This program will be in addition to our regular OWLS program at River Bend Nature Center. The Northfield OWLS program will take place on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 10:30am to 12:00pm and features a talk followed by lunch. The next Northfield speaker will be:

  • March: Beth Kallestad -- Cannon River Watershed Partnership.

For more information about Northfield OWLS or "classic" OWLS, please visit our Public Programs page.


Ski Trail Status
Ski track was set yesterday and track is generally very good with a few thin spots.


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