Upcoming Programs & Events
All programs are free and open to the public, except when noted. If advance registration is specified please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 610-688-8202. If you would like to discuss how you can assist the Radnor Conservancy’s Education Committee, please email us at the above email address.
Beekeeping, Honey, and Cheese Pairing Workshop – Change of Date – Saturday August 19th 10am
Register and Pay Online
$45 per person and limited to 25 students.
JACKSON HOLE WILD ON TOUR CONSERVATION FILM SERIES AT JENKINS ARBORETUM & GARDENS
WEDNESDAYS, 10/4, 11/1, 12/6, 7:00PM
Radnor Memorial Library, along with its partners Radnor Conservancy and Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens, invite you to our fall conservation film series that features 3 award-winning films that will be screened at Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens, located at 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, in Devon. Admission is free and registration is not required.
Jackson Hole WILD is dedicated to promoting public awareness and stewardship of wildlife and wildlife habitat and appreciation for the wonders of science through the innovative use of media. Jackson Hole WILD on Tour features award-winning films from the most recent biennial Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, and as our partner they introduce audiences to artistic filmmakers who are passionate about their craft. These filmmakers, who themselves are involved in conservation, hope to empower us to get involved in our communities.
10/4 Shark Girl (58 min.) Kaufmann Production Pty Ltd–
Shark Girl is the inspiring story of Madison Stewart and her passionate fight to save the creatures most of us fear–sharks.
11/1 Racing Extinction (94 min.) Oceanic Preservation Society, presented by Okeanos-Foundation for the Sea and the Discovery Channel, in association with Vulcan Productions, Earth Day Texas, JP’s Peace, Love, Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs, and Insurgent Media
A team of artists and activists expose the hidden world of extinction with never-before-seen images that will change the way we see the world.
12/6 Wild Yellowstone: Frozen Frontier (49 min.) Brain Farm Digital Cinema for Nat Geo Wild and Terra Mater Studios
In Yellowstone, North America’s first National Park, every animal fights for survival, struggles to find food and tries to stay alive–against an onslaught of heavy snow, polar temperatures and ferocious predators.
Support the cleanup of our Radnor Township Parks. Join our cleanup team as a member of vine and invasive management corps (You’ll get an Awesome T-shirt = Giving Back to your Community). Meet new friends, get outside, share stories, and give our trees the breathing room they need. Please wear long pants and long sleeve shirts, tools are provided. Signup below! Stay tuned for August and September cleanup dates!
POSTPONED DUE TO POSSIBLE THUNDERSTORMS
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