This Friday at the Rookery
6 to 9 PM
Winter blues got you down? Then how about some rock, country, jazz, bluegrass, and Celtic to warm you up? That's exactly what Molly and the boys will be bringing to the Rookery this Friday evening.
It's been a long, cold winter here in the Northwoods. Seasonal Affective Disorder is running rampant. The Rookery has the cure. Fresh Mahi & Molly. Enough said!
Empty Night Skies - Saving our Bats
Cable Natural History Museum Dinner Lecture at the Rookery
Thursday, March 20
Bats have been an integral part of our planet for over 50 million years. Today they are being threatened by a devastating disease known as White-nose Syndrome that has claimed the lives of over 5.7 million bats since 2006. Brian Heeringa, Biological Science Technician on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, will discuss the impact of this disease and what you can do to help Wisconsin's bats during this critical time.
The program begins at 5:30 PM with optional dinner and conversation after the presentation. Register with the Cable Natural History Museum by March 18 (715-798-3890). $5 member/$10 non-member.