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Ridgetop Trail Habitat Hike (2 Mile Hike)
Sunday, 8/2/2015: 10:00 AM-12:00PM

Meet beside Lakeview Pavilion (Main Day-Use Area)
We will take a nature hike through the Ridgetop Trail to explore a variety of habitats in the park. This 2-3 mile hike can be physically challenging on hilly, wet, and sometimes rocky terrain. Please dress appropriately for weather, bring water & snack, and wear proper hiking footwear.

Evening Dog Hike (2-3 miles)
Thursday, 8/6/ 2015: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Must RSVP at 724-357-7913 Meet beside Lakeview Pavilion (Main day-use Area)

Would you like to take a casual hike with your best friend? Come join us for a 2-3 mile guided hike. Dogs attending will need to be friendly and be leashed. Limit one dog per person. Hiking footwear, bug spray, and water are recommended. Registration is required for this free program.
Native Plants and Pollinators
Saturday, 8/8/ 2015: 2:00 PM- 3:30PM
Meet at the Environmental Learning Center

Join the park educator to learn fun facts about native flowers and pollinators, like bees, moths, and butterflies. We will be looking at live flowers inside and then take a short walk around the native plant garden and pond. This program is best suited for children & families, ages 10 and up. Children must accompanied by an adult.

Stream Bugs and Dry Flies
Sunday, 8/9/2015: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
Must RSVP at 724-357-7913 Meet beside Lakeview Pavilion (Main day-use Area)

Meet with special guest from Allegheny Fly-Tyers & park naturalist to learn about stream bugs and other macro-invertebrates living in the stream. Our special guest will show how fly fishermen tie flies to match the living creature. In addition, we will search the stream to for macros. Please wear old shoes for the water and bring dry shoes to change into. This program is best suited for children and families, ages 8 and up. Children must accompanied by an adult. Registration is required for this free program.
Creatures of the Night: Bats
Wednesday, 8/12/ 2015: 7:30 PM- 9:30PM
Meet at the Environmental Learning Center

What do you know about bats? Do you see them as important to the environment? If not, come and learn about these misunderstood creatures and learn how the PA Game Commission uses specialized acoustic equipment to conduct surveys for bats. Presenters will be Samara Trusso and Tammy Colt, wildlife biologists with the PA Game Commission.

Managing Stormwater at Your House
Saturday, 8/12/ 2015: 10:00 AM- 11:15PM
Meet at the Environmental Learning Center

What can your family do to help storm water issues in our communities? For answers, come to our program with Adam Cotchen, District Manager for the Indiana County Conservation District and learn ways you make an impact at your home with rain gardens, rain barrels, and other storm water management techniques.