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The 37th Annual Family Nature Day Program is Now Online!

Click HERE! Nature Day 2018 Program FINAL REVISED

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What’s going on at White Memorial? Here is a comprehensive list of upcoming public programs, including family events, kids’ programs, and adult workshops.

For programs requiring advanced registration and/or payment, follow the link on each program description or call 860-567-0857. 

August 1 - November 30
North Shore Road Bridge Closed August 1 – November 30 for Bridge Repair!

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September 6 - December 6
Nature’s Nursery Series

Stories, activities, and live animal encounters for kids 3-6 years old one Thursday every month!

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September 14 - September 20
Museum Children Free Week

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September 21
STAR PARTY!

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September 22
The 37th Annual Family Nature Day!

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September 28 - October 4
Museum Children Free Week

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September 29
Loving Haight with Marlow Shami

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October 2 - October 23
After-School Adventures, Grades 1-3

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October 3 - October 24
After School Adventures: Grades 4-6

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October 6
Tree Identification Walk with WMF Forest Superintendent Lukas Hyder

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October 6
Taxidermy: Appreciation of the Art and Science with James Fischer and Gerri Griswold

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October 8
COLUMBUS DAY

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October 8
“Alumni” Hike Up Bear Mountain for Grades 9-12

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October 10
Menopause Rocks!

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October 12 - October 18
Museum Children Free Week

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October 13
Llama Walk with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm

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October 13
Fungus Among Us with Dave Paton

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October 13
Art Show Opening and Reception: Marlow Shami

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October 19
STAR PARTY!

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October 20
Our True Colors Meditation & Woodland Reunion with Marlow Shami

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October 27
Group Reading of The Bat Poet by Randall Jarrell with Gerri Griswold

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October 28
Llama Walk with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm

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November 3
Llama Walk with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm

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November 3
Celebrating Connecticut’s Apples!

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November 9 - November 15
Museum Children Free Week

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November 10
Point Folly Bird Hike with WMCC Education Director Carrie Szwed

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November 10
Michael Anderson, Exhibit Preparator at Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History: The Importance of Dioramas

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November 16
STAR PARTY!

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November 17
You Have Gall!!! Learning About Plant Galls with Pete and Barb Rzasa

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November 17
Icelandic Chanteuse Myrra Ros in Concert

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November 18
Llama Walk with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm

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November 22 - November 23
THANKSGIVING

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November 24
Walking the Cranberry Pond Trail with Gerri Griswold

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December 1
Woods in Winter: Watercolor Workshop with Betsy Rogers-Knox

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December 5
Mystery Animal Meet & Greet

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December 7
Museum Open House

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December 8
Llama Walk with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm

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December 8
Crack o’ Dawn Owl Prowl with Fran Zygmont and Gerri Griswold

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December 12
Mystery Animal Meet & Greet

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December 15
The Photography of Leo Kulinski, Jr.

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December 16
Llama Walk with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm

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December 19
Mystery Animal Meet & Greet

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December 21 - December 27
Museum Children Free Week

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December 22
Winter Hike Up Apple Hill with Gerri Griswold

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December 24 - December 25
CHRISTMAS

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December 29
5th Annual Winter Walk Along the Lake and Butternut Brook Trails with Marlow Shami

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