After Dark @ All Saints for 2020 Now Completed Thanks So Much for Your Participation and Support SEE YOU IN 2021
After Dark @ All Saints for 2020 Now CompletedThanks So Much for YourParticipation and SupportSEE YOU IN 2021

                       Nature

NOTE NEW CLASS TIME:

ALL CLASSES BEGIN AT 

6:30 PM

 

CLASS 1125 – DISH GARDENS

 

Dish Gardens are a great and easy way to be creative with plants. Succulent plant and cacti arrangements make a beautiful addition to your home, or a lovely gift. This workshop led by CHRISTINE STADTHER and other Dare Master Gardeners will provide information about these great plants. Through a hands-on approach you will create your own little garden and learn how to care for it. Bring your own garden gloves. All other supplies (plants, dishes etc) will be provided for additional fee of $10. Monday, Jan 27.

 

 

CLASS FILLED   - CLASS 1126 – SURF FISHING 101 and KNOT TYING for BEGINNERS

 

STU BALDWIN has been a recreational angler for most of his life, with over 49 years of active surf shing and 40 years of competitive surf shing.   This class will give the novice a big head start as Stu shares his knowledge of such things as proper equipment, rod and reel selection, basic knot tying, natural vs. artificial bait, even how to read a beach. Class size is limited to 18. Wednesday, Feb 12.

 

 

CLASS 1127 – SURF FISHING 201 ADVANCED SKILLS

 

As a lifelong surf sher with over 40 years of experience in competitive surf fishing, and Past President of the OBX Anglers Club, STU BALDWIN has a wealth of knowledge to share about his passion. This class is for fellow aficionados wanting to learn more advanced skills. Stu will cover selection of rod and reel plus additional tips on bait rigging and knot tying. He will also discuss advanced techniques for targeting Speckled Trout, Flounderand Red sh. Class size is limited to 18. Thursday, Feb 20.

 

 

CLASS 1128 – COROLLA WILD HORSES

What do you really know about our beautiful Corolla Wild horses? Chief

Operating Officer of Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF) JO LANGONE will

give us an overview of the distinctions of breed, teach us identication of a

horse’s body parts and prevalent colors and body condition scoring. She

will review the history of the origin of our Banker strain, and their life through the centuries on the Outer Banks, as well as an overview of the Shackleford Banks herd and other east coast herds of wild horses. CWHF Herd Manager MEG PUCKETT will describe family life within the herd, common behavior, signs of stress etc. She will discuss the contraceptive program, its administration and how it works, and common medical ailments including when CWHF intervenes and when they do not. Thursday, Jan 30.

 

 

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