21 Saturday / March 21, 2020

Take Control: Invasive Plant Workshop

01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Karst Farm Park, 2450 S Endwright Rd, Bloomington, IN
https://ivytechbloomington.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=425&int_category_id=3&int_sub_category_id=20&int_catalog_id=0

Take Control: Invasive Plant Workshop with Monroe County Identify and Reduce Invasive Species
Hosted by Ivy Tech Bloomington, Center for Livelong Learning

Did you know invasive plants are one of the largest threats to the diversity of our local forests? Wondering just what invasive plants might be lurking on your land and what to do about them? Interested in learning about using native plants in landscaping and how to avoid losing them to deer browse? This class is just the thing for you. Monroe County Identify & Reduce Invasive Species (MC-IRIS) experts will teach you to identify many of the invasive plants in our county and how to use deer-resistant native plants in landscaping. After the talk there will be a one-hour hands-on workshop on methods to control invasive plants. Attendees will be controlling invasive plants and should wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts, and sturdy closed shoes.

Space is Limited & Registration is required: For registration details, see Ivy Tech catalog/online Course 30362-193

Education / Outdoors

21 Saturday / March 21, 2020

Animal Hour

01:00 pm to 02:00 pm
WonderLab Museum
https://www.wonderlab.org/event/wild-animal-spring-break-2020-03-21/

New and beginning in March 2020: Animal Hour. This recurring weekly program encourages visitors to meet the WonderLab Animal Ambassadors in live, facilitated interactions. Who might you meet this week? Come and see! Maybe a bearded dragon or Mooch, the blue tongued skink. Possibly you’ll have a chance to pet a Madagascar hissing cockroach or corn snake. Visitors will be able to get up close and ask questions. Weekly topics will rotate and might include: the biology, behavior and natural homes of each Ambassadors; how WonderLab cares for each animal as well as their unique background stories.

Animals / Children / Education / Entertainment / Exhibits

21 Saturday / March 21, 2020

Janiece Jaffe & Curtis Cantwell Jackson at Juniper Art Gallery

02:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Juniper Art Gallery, 46 E Market St, Spencer, IN 47460
http://www.juniperartgallery.com

Third Saturday Art & Music Series: Special music with Janiece Jaffe & Curtis Cantwell Jackson
Music of Love & Hope for the Spring Equinox

Saturday, March 21, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: FREE (Donations for 3rd Saturday musicians are strongly encouraged!)
Light Refreshments provided

Curtis Cantwell Jackson is a native of Trinidad and lived in New York City until moving to Bloomington in 2002. Since then, he has touched thousands of people in southern Indiana through his beautiful music, his big heart, and infectious smile. Curtis teaches music classes, performs many genres from “jazzy pop” to reggae to soul and gospel.

Janiece Jaffe has collaborated with many great artists and has the flexibility to work with a variety of musical styles and groups. She has recorded 11 albums and can be heard as a guest vocalist on more than 25 other recordings. She taught voice at Indiana University and studied improvisational singing with both Bobby McFerrin and Rhiannon. Currently, Janiece sings in a variety of projects from big band to duos, teaches, travels with her crystal and Tibetan bowls to offer sound meditations, and gives workshops in The Voice as a Healing Instrument.

Together, Janiece and Curtis recorded a CD of duets entitled Songs that Make You Feel This Way.

Entertainment / Exhibits / Live Music

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