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August 6 - August 8
The weekend has planned activities. Visit the Nature Center open from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm except for times when other activities are scheduled. See exhibits and heritage structures and sit a spell in our West Virginia made rocking chairs and watch the birds. Enjoy the things to do August 6 – 8, 2021.
FRIDAY, August 6, 2021
Nature Center Open House
Meet Bob at the Nature Center for information on the exhibits in our Nature Center.
Field and Forest Stroll
Meet Julie at the stables parking lot to examine one of our new pollinator zones and take a peek to see what we might find in the forest. (45 min.) YPP
SATURDAY, August 7, 2021
Mammals of Pipestem
Meet Julie at the Nature Center to learn about seven different mammals you may encounter at Pipestem and see their pelts. YPP
TERROR OF THE TUG
Presented by McArts, of McDowell County, Terror of the Tug is a play written by Jean Battlo and based on the events in the life and death of Police Chief Sid Hatfield just after the Matewan Massacre, a notable event in the history of West Virginia, the history of labor relations in the United States, and the Battle of Blair Mountain. “The Coal Mining Wars”. This is an excellent show at Pipestem Resort State Park Amphitheater.
Tickets Sold at the Box Office only.
Adults – $10; Children 6 to 12 – $5; Children 5 and under – Free
SUNDAY, August 8, 2021
Join us in the Amphitheater for Sunday service. (1/2 – 1 hour)
Meet Bob at the Nature Center. He will hand out a list of objects outside to look for in Nature. (1/2 – 1 hour) YPP
YPP stands for Young People for Parks. Kids 6-16 years of age are eligible for a patch and certificate after they attend three programs marked YPP. Contact the Nature Center for more information.
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