Oak Openings Blue Week

. April 30, 2018.
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Oak Openings, home to a wide array of unique plants and animals, in an effort to promote community interest in the park and all its glory, is holding Blue Week. During this family-friendly week of activities, spend afternoons hiking, bird watching, or planting native seeds. The featured speaker at this years event will be Susan Morse, nationally renowned naturalist, who will hold a day long workshop exploring local animal behavior in the Oak Openings regions on May 18th. Reserve your spot for classes and activities on the Blue Week website. Event/activity prices vary.

Sunday, May 13 – Sunday, May 20

Oak Openings Green Ribbon Initiative 
10420 Old State Line Rd, Swanton
oakopenings.org/blue-week

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