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Unless otherwise noted, Museum programs are free of charge and in some cases supported by the Hogback Preservation Commission and Hogback Mountain Conservation Association.  Off-site programs may require admission fees or have other criteria for admission.  Please contact the host organization or the museum if you have questions.
 
For more information on any Museum programs or to pre-register, contact the Museum at (802) 464-0048 or via e-mail
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February 2nd @ 6:30pm Owls of New Hampshire at the Keene Library in Keene, NH

We'll bring live Owls, interactive discussion, artifacts and demonstrations to the library in honor of the latest installment to Harry Potter's wizarding world.  Appropriate for all ages, contact the library for more information.  http://www.keenepubliclibrary.org/

February 11th @ 6:30pm Vermont Raptors at Mount Snow

Live birds of prey, touchable artifacts and more will join us at the Grand Summit Lodge at Mount Snow.  Get up close with live hawks, owls and more.  This program is open to the public so come check out all that the Mountain has to offer!

February 18th from 3:00-5:00pm Vermont Wildlife Display at the Stratton Mountain Club Live animals and touchable artifacts will be on display for an informal Vermont Wildlife experience.  Discussion, questions and stories are all regular aspects of this recurring partnership with Stratton Mountain Resorts.

February 19th @ 6:30pm Vermont Wildlife at Mount Snow

Come to the Grand Summit Lodge at Mount Snow for an up-close look at some Vermont Wildlife.  We'll have live animals, touchable artifacts and plenty of time for discussion and questions.  Appropriate for all ages, come and say hi!

February 20th from 2:00-4:30pm President's Day Open House! Natural Storytellers

Join us for our third annual FREE Open House!  This year our theme will we stories of nature and wildlife.  We'll have storytellers activities for the kids and of course live animals!  We will again be offering discounted family memberships at this event so it's the perfect time to renew or get a membership to help support the Museum.  Check out the facebook event page for more information https://www.facebook.com/events/1521639357864989/

 February 21st @ 10:00am Vermont Wildlife at the Fairhaven Free Library- Fairhaven, VT

We'll get an up-close look at some live Vermont Wildlife!  We'll have live animals, touchable artifacts and plenty of time for discussion and questions. The Library has asked us to maximize the touchability so get ready for some real up-close encounters! 

 February 22nd @ 2:00pm Owls of VT at the Whitingham Public Library in Jacksonville, VT We'll bring live Owls, interactive discussion, artifacts and demonstrations to the library for an all-ages encounter with these amazing hunters of the night!  Contact the Library to learn more about how you can participate in an owl pellet investigation at the end of the program!  (802) 368-7506

February 25th from 1:30pm-3:00pm Fearsome Little Owls at the VINS Owl Festival in Quechee, VT

We'll set up an informal exhibit with some of our education owls and talk about their biology and conservation as well as the cultural roles these mighty little hunters have played around the world. 

February 25th  @ 6:30pm Vermont Raptors at Mount Snow

Live birds of prey, touchable artifacts and more will join us at the Grand Summit Lodge at Mount Snow.  Get up close with live hawks, owls and more.  This program is open to the public so come check out all that the Mountain has to offer!

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Vermont Museum of Natural History 7599 VT Route 9, West Marlboro, VT 05363
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