A Night Out with Leslie Science and Nature Center's Owls

. February 1, 2016.
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Looking for an activity that’s a little out of the box this Valentine’s Day? The good folk at the Leslie Science and Nature Center have the perfect romantic date planned. Owl Do I Love Thee is a night out inspired by the heart-shaped faces of the center’s furry friends. Couples will eat delicious Valentine’s day treats, enjoy drinks, and take a romantic, lantern lit poetry walk around the owl enclosure to meet the friendly creatures up close and personal. There’s nothing like combining your love of the outdoors with a romantic evening. Registration required by February 8. For ages 18 and up.

7pm Sunday, February 14
$25/per couple
Leslie Science and Nature Center, 1831 Traver Rd.
734-997-1553 | lesliesnc.org

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