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Conservation of Native Bees in Maine - June 12 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

6/12/18

Schoodic Institute is pleased to offer this 4-part program to the public

Schoodic Institute is pleased to offer this 4-part program to the public Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Dr. Alison Dibble, University of Maine has been studying native bees, off and on, for more than 25 years. She studies bees in Maine, Hawaii, and wherever she goes, including eastern Cuba.

NATURE WALK: The program begins with a one-hour nature walk led by Dr. Dibble to look at ‘Bee habitats on the Schoodic Institute campus’. Participants should meet at 4:00 PM at the entrance to Schooner Commons. Please wear long pants, socks to tuck them into, and closed shoes (tick prevention). Children are welcome. The walk is free and open to the public.

DINNER: is at Schooner Commons beginning at 5:30 pm. Dinner menu includes: teriyaki chicken or roasted vegetable terrine with fresh basil drizzle; spring rice pilaf; cauliflower stir fry; butter carrots; and salad bar. Coconut cake is available for dessert. Cost is $15.12 Guests must register – please call Michelle at 207-288-1356

LECTURE: The evening talk, ‘Conservation of Native Bees in Maine’ by Alison C. Dibble begins at 7:00 PM in Moore Auditorium. Dr. Dibble will offer practical, low-cost tips for how to improve bee and butterfly habitats around the home, in the woodlot, at businesses, and in parks. The lecture is free and open to the public. To register for dinner, please call Michelle at 207-288-1356
LODGING IS AVAILABLE: Private two bedroom apartment one room with a queen bed, one room with two twin beds, full bath, kitchen, living and dining rooms. Cost: $109.00

ART INSTALLATION: Prior to the lecture, attendees are welcome to celebrate the opening of a 2-week exhibition of Dr. Dibble’s paintings and drawings of native bees.

off and on, for more than 25 years. She studies bees in Maine, Hawaii, and wherever she goes, including eastern Cuba.

NATURE WALK: The program begins with a one-hour nature walk led by Dr. Dibble to look at ‘Bee habitats on the Schoodic Institute campus’. Participants should meet at 4:00 PM at the entrance to Schooner Commons. Please wear long pants, socks to tuck them into, and closed shoes (tick prevention). Children are welcome. The walk is free and open to the public.

DINNER: is at Schooner Commons beginning at 5:30 pm. Dinner menu includes: teriyaki chicken or roasted vegetable terrine with fresh basil drizzle; spring rice pilaf; cauliflower stir fry; butter carrots; and salad bar. Coconut cake is available for dessert. Cost is $15.12 Guests must register – please call Michelle at 207-288-1356

LECTURE: The evening talk, ‘Conservation of Native Bees in Maine’ by Alison C. Dibble begins at 7:00 PM in Moore Auditorium. Dr. Dibble will offer practical, low-cost tips for how to improve bee and butterfly habitats around the home, in the woodlot, at businesses, and in parks. The lecture is free and open to the public. To register for dinner, please call Michelle at 207-288-1356
LODGING IS AVAILABLE: Private two bedroom apartment one room with a queen bed, one room with two twin beds, full bath, kitchen, living and dining rooms. Cost: $109.00

ART INSTALLATION: Prior to the lecture, attendees are welcome to celebrate the opening of a 2-week exhibition of Dr. Dibble’s paintings and drawings of native bees.

4pm, a 1 hour nature walk. 6pm, Dinner - call for reservations 207-288-1356

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