Have a Hoot with Owls on Valentine’s Day at the Leslie Science & Nature Center

. January 29, 2020.

This event will make you feel owl the love! 

Join Leslie Science & Nature Center to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your significant other or a group of friends. 

Owl Do I Love Thee… allows attendees to get up close to owls and learn all about the mating habits and rituals of these awesome predators. This low-key date also features a lantern-lit poetry walk, games, art and desserts. 

“Seeing an owl up close is a pretty magical experience,” says Lannis Smith, Program Manager. “They are incredibly powerful and mysterious creatures and hold so many myths and legends in cultures around the world. It’s only fitting that we take one of our most romantic holidays and fill it with owls!” 

If you love nature, this is the place to be for a romantic outdoor Valentine’s evening. 

Ages 18+ only. $25 per couple | Pre-registration is required
7-9pm | Friday, February 14
Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard St.
734-997-1553 |  
lesliesnc.org

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