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    Sunday, February 25, 2024
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      Nature/Outdoors
      Sunday, Mar. 05, 2023, 1:00 pm
      Nature/Outdoors

      Join us this February for one of our 2 hour lunch excursions through the scenic Connecticut River Valley while you listen to our resident wildlife experts who will keep you apprised of any bird or animal sightings along the way.

      Cozy up in our vintage train cars with your favorite friends and family, and beat the cabin fever with us this winter!

      Tickets will sell fast, so book your excursion today… and don’t forget your binoculars!!

      Your choice of mac and cheese with toppings on the side, or beef chili with cornbread, both options served with the chef’s selection of finger sandwiches and sweets.

      $64.99 per person

      Due to the limited kitchen space and provisions available on the train, no special menu alterations can be accommodated.

      Kids/Family
      Sunday, Mar. 05, 2023, 1:30 pm
      Kids/Family

      Sunday, March 5th | 1:30 – 3:30pm at the Ocean Community YMCA’s Washington Trust Community Skating Center

      $12 Adults/ $9 kids / $6 for skate rentals

      Capacity is limited. All tickets are first come, first served. Tickets will be sold at the entrance to the rink.

      Join us at The Ocean Community YMCA’s Washington Trust Community Skating Center for a raucous rookery of “penguins” on the ice! Come in your “penguin best”, as costumes of black and white are encouraged for this family skate event.

      Prizes will be awarded for best costume, best waddle, and more!

      The Mystic Aquarium penguin husbandry team will be in attendance to talk with kids and share information about penguins (who will be at our Penguin-palooza event).

      Education/Lectures
      Education/Lectures

      Sunday, March 5
      2:00pm
      The History of Shad Fishing in the Lower Connecticut Valley
      Presenter, Elizabeth Malloy, director of the Haddam Historical Society
      along with shad fishermen Lenny Kochanowski and Jack Calhoun
      share the fascinating story of Connecticut’s state fish.
      Lebanon Historical Society members free, non-members $3
      Held at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum
      located at 856 Trumbull Hwy., Lebanon
      For more information call 860-642-6579

      History of Lebanon