PVCA is gearing up for an exciting Spring Calendar of events, a marvelous line-up of three upcoming March events coming your way.
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WSOV Presents "Live at the Bremen Town Ballroom"
Bremen Town Ballroom 105 E. Main St, Millheim PA
Welcome to the debut of "Live at the Bremen Town Ballroom," a concert series presented by/benefitting our community radio station (with new call letters) WSOV (Sounds of the Valley), a PVCA initiative.
The showcase features this AMAZING line-up:
The Rattie Brothers
This concert kicks off a monthly series that benefits PVCA's future community radio station: WSOV, The Sounds of the Valley.
The music starts promptly at . Admission is a $10 donation.
Dinner will be served from for an additional $10. We recommend you make reservations at email@example.com
Tickets are available at the door, but can be bought in advance at the Inglebean Coffee House.
The Symposium will celebrate Central Pennsylvania's diverse outdoor resources by highlighting area outfitters and outdoor gear, local foods, environmental groups, and outdoor clubs.
Visit an array of tables and exhibits, sample some locally produced and prepared foods, attend a workshop or demonstration. Our exhibitors will be offering workshops on topics related to outdoor recreation, including gear use, care, and maintenance, survival skills, basic bike mechanics and more!
PVCA Annual Spring Meeting Old Gregg School
PVCA welcomes State College ornithologist Alex Lamoreaux as the guest speaker at our 2014 Spring Meeting. Alex’s talk is entitled, “Birding Hot Spots, Habitats, and Spring Migration in Centre County.”
Alex Lamoreaux is a student of Wildlife Biology at Penn State and has also done field work across the country on a variety of bird studies. His most recent work was with the Center for Conservation Biology, studying migrant Whimbrel and other coastal birds of Virginia’s Eastern Shore. In addition, Alex has had the opportunity to travel to Central America and Southern Africa in search of birds. Raptors, shorebirds and warblers are among his favorite groups of birds to observe and photograph.
Look for Alex’s photos and blog entries on the popular birding website, Nemesis Bird (www.nemesisbird.com). The website includes collaborative writing, incredible photographs, and mapping. A currently featured topic is the Snowy Owl invasion of the mid-Atlantic and Pennsylvania—don’t miss it!
We will also be announcing various STrEAM Initiative News including education, the details of our upcoming Stream Monitoring Specialist trainings, and the various PVCA habitat and monitoring projects.
Dessert potluck to follow presentation!!
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