Not to be confused with the popular lawn toy invented in the 1960s, “ The Sips & Slides of March” are our 2021 take on a decades-long Thomasville History Center
Not to be confused with the popular lawn toy invented in the 1960s, “ The Sips & Slides of March” are our 2021 take on a decades-long Thomasville History Center tradition. Join us for two free special lectures this spring exploring climate change in the South and the Lost Creek Forest from the comfort of your own home!
These lectures will be offered as Zoom Webinars. You will be able to see and hear the presenter, but you do not have to worry about being on camera, just like during the Annual Meeting. We will monitor the chat and sharing your questions with the presenter for them to answer. To participate, please follow this link to register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8016135802926/WN_6oQKEplRSXGJJcKVE5wFCA
Make an evening of it by mixing up a batch of our recommended drinks to go with the Slides! You’ll receive those recipes (cocktail and mocktail) by email with your event reminder a few days before the lecture so you have time to gather ingredients.
March 16 Lecture: Lost Creek Forest
Lost Creek Forest is an ancient hardwood slope forest at the Thomasville airport. Never significantly disturbed, it has continued growing in its natural state for many thousands of years. Our community is blessed to have such a remarkable and rare remnant of our natural heritage, a place for education, research, and recreation for people from throughout the region.
About the Speaker: Beth Grant is a retired mental health counselor and educator. In a very active retirement, she has been a leader of Friends of Lost Creek Forest, Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve, and Cherokee Pollinator Garden, as well as teaching many classes on the essential role of native plants.
(Tuesday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Thomasville History Center(229) 226-7664 | email@example.com N. Dawson St Thomasville, GA 31792