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February 2019

Sunday Stroll

February 17 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Berman Museum, 840 Museum Drive
Anniston, AL 36206
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Included in museum admission

Have you always wanted to have a guide to share information and knowledge of the Berman Museum’s amazing collection, but were not able to organize a group for a group tour? Here is your opportunity to enjoy a guided tour with Educational Interpreters and learn more about the amazing historical artifacts and art that are displayed at the museum. This is a drop-in guided tour offered twice a month. These strolls will last one hour. Some strolls will cover the…

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Third Thursday in the Gardens: Alabama Native’s Pollinators

February 21 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Longleaf Botanical Gardens, 920 Museum Drive
Anniston, AL 36206 United States
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$5

Tickets Join us as we welcome presenter, Dani Carroll, to LBG for this buzz worthy Third Thursday in the Gardens program. With over 3500 species of native bees in North America, it takes an army to pollinate the diverse flowers we have in Alabama. Most flowering plants have specific floral traits (color, smell, size, rewards) that attract certain pollinators. Learning about the ecology of our native bees is an important part of gardening that we often forget. This program is…

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From the Antarctic Peninsula to Alabama’s Cahaba River – The Vital Aspects of Climate Change

February 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Longleaf Botanical Gardens, 920 Museum Drive
Anniston, AL 36206 United States
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$10

Tickets From the Antarctic Peninsula to Alabama’s Cahaba River – The Vital Aspects of Climate Change Presenter Dr. James McClintock Sunday, February 24, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM  LBG Longleaf HallThe Antarctic Peninsula is the most rapidly warming region of our planet. Glaciers are in retreat, major coastal ice sheets are disintegrating, and the annual sea ice is declining. Marine ecosystems are being dramatically restructured. Populations of key species including krill and Adélie penguins are disappearing. Warmer weather species, such as Gentoo…

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