June Educational Programs Hosted By Friends Of Rogers
Published: May 29th, 2023

June educational programs hosted by Friends of Rogers A Yellow Warbler at the Rogers Environmental Education Center in Sherburne. Join Environmental Educator Ellen Rathbone for a mid-morning bird walk from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on June 3. (Submitted photo)

SHERBURNE — Expanded monthly programming continues at the Rogers Center with three programs in June!

On June 3, enjoy a mid-morning Bird Walk from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Early morning is the best time for bird watching, but for those who are not morning people, a mid-morning bird walk is almost as good! Join Environmental Educator Ellen Rathbone for a gentle stroll in search of the birds of late spring. This free program is brought to you by the Otis Thompson Foundation.

June 14 is Second Sunday Scribblers from 1 to 3 p.m. Join Environmental Educator Ellen Rathbone for a monthly gathering. This month's lesson is about observing and recording the signs of late spring. Enjoy sharing your entries, learn a new skill, and explore the trails.

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Come to Solstice Fire Trivia Night on June 21 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Do you know bird trivia? How about ethnobotany? Are you an expert on weevils? Who was Anna Comstock? Stretch your mind and

celebrate your inner nature nerd at our quarterly Fire Pit Trivia Night. Come as an individual or

form a team. All questions will be based on nature whether it be natural history or human history regarding nature.

For more information or to register for these programs email ellen@friendsofrogers.org or call


Friends of Rogers Environmental Education Center, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that offers environmental education programs for people of all ages and abilities. Seasonal hours of the Visitor Center are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and 12 to 4 p.m. Sunday, other times by appointment.

The mission of the Friends of Rogers is to provide outstanding educational opportunities that excite, inspire, and motivate people of all ages to enjoy, understand, appreciate, and protect our natural environment.

-Information provided by Friends of Rogers