Upcoming Events

2018

Check back often.  Program requests come in throughout the year.  We continue to add them here.

 

October 2018

October 18 (Thursday) — 6:30 to 7:45 p.m.  MAURICE RIVER’S 30 YEAR AVIAN STUDY (Raptors & Waterfowl), by Clay Sutton

Clay Sutton will present this program for Citizens United to Protect the Maurice River and its Tributaries, Inc. (CU Maurice River)  as part of their celebration of the Maurice River’s 25th Anniversary since being designated as a Wild & Scenic River.  The program will be held at Winfield’s Restaurant, 106 N. High Street, Millville, NJ.  Ticket Cost:  FREE for CU Maurice River members.  $25 for non-members.  Reservations Required: limited seating available.  Contact CU Maurice River at the office (856) 300-5331 to register and pay for this program or reserve your spot online by clicking here .  Winfield’s Restaurant has donated their meeting room for this presentation.  Beverages can be ordered during the presentation.  If you would like to dine before or after the presentation, please contact Winfield’s Restaurant at (856) 327-0909. To have enough time to eat before (or after) the program CU Maurice River suggests reserving your table for 5:00 p.m. or after 8:00 p.m.   Click here for a map to the restaurant.

October 20 (Saturday) — 9:00 a.m.    FALL ON THE RIVER – NATURE WALK WITH CLAY SUTTON

In the morning (9:00 am), join CU Maurice River for a bird walk led by Clay Sutton.   The group will carpool to various birding hotspots on the Maurice River, where Clay will expound on the findings from the 30 Year Raptor and Waterfowl Study.  Spaces are limited.  Contact CU Maurice River at the office (856) 300-5331 to RSVP or reserve your spot online by clicking here.)

October 22 (Monday) BIRDS AND BIRDING AT CAPE MAY

Pat and Clay Sutton will present this program as part of the October 21-26, 2018, Birding Cape May Road Scholar program (formerly Elderhostel), led by Mark Garland.  Registration required.

October 22 (Monday) — HAWKS IN FLIGHT

Clay Sutton will present this program as part of the October 21-26, 2018, Birding Cape May Road Scholar program (formerly Elderhostel), led by Mark Garland.  Registration required.

October 29 (Monday) — 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.  Wildlife Gardening: How to Make MESSY Look Good (Maintenance Tips and Advice)

Pat Sutton will present this program at the Cape May Court House Library, 30 Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210, in their downstairs Storytime Room.  FREE.  To learn more, go to the Cape May County Library’s Calendar.

November 2018

November 13 (Tuesday) — 6:30 p.m. — Wildlife Gardening: How to Make MESSY Look Good (Maintenance Tips and Advice)

Pat Sutton will present this program to the Green Thumb Garden Club in Somers Point, NJ, at their November meeting.  They meet at the Somers Point Senior Center, 22 Ambler Rd, Somers Point, NJ.  Preregistration will be required due to limited seating (when those details become available they will be shared here).

November 26 (Monday) — 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.  Plant Wars: How to Recognize and Deal With Invasive Nonnative Plant Species

Pat Sutton will present this program at the Cape May Court House Library, 30 Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210, in their downstairs Storytime Room.  FREE.  To learn more, go to the Cape May County Library’s Calendar.

December 2018