31 Sunday / March 31, 2019

Salamander Sunday

08:00 am to 04:00 pm
Monroe Lake

Fans of amphibians should mark their calendar for March 31, when Monroe Lake hosts “Salamander Sunday.”

There are two programs open to everyone, no registration needed: an 8 a.m. salamander survey at Stillwater Marsh, and a 3 p.m. woodland salamander exploration at Paynetown SRA.

Two other programs require advance registration by March 27: a 10:30 a.m. presentation on the salamanders of southern Indiana, which is limited to 25 people, and a 1 p.m. salamander craft session, which is limited to 16 children. Both take place at Paynetown SRA.

Complete details on all four programs, including meeting locations and registration links for the two programs that require advance signup, are at http://bit.ly/salamandersunday2019.

Salamander Sunday programs are all free and there is no fee to enter the property during the winter season.

Questions should be directed to Jill Vance, Monroe Lake interpretive naturalist, at [email protected]

Animals / Children / Education / Outdoors

31 Sunday / March 31, 2019

Messiah Sing-along

03:00 pm to 04:30 pm
St. Mark's United Methodist Church

Another Messiah Sing-Along, this one covering the sections of Messiah that deal with the Passion and Redemption of Christ (Parts 2 and 3).

The Sing-Along will take place at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church at 3:00pm Sunday, March 31st, 2019. BCS Music Director Gerald Sousa will conduct.

We invite everyone to come out and participate in this FREE event. Monetary and nonperishable food donations will be accepted for the Community Kitchen of Monroe County.

Singers should bring their own scores; a limited number will be available for purchase or loan at the door. Everyone who wishes to sing can join us for the many choruses; soloists chosen from BCS will sing the recitatives and the arias.

Benefits / Live Music

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