Saturday, April 27 • 11 AM to 3 PM at The West Woods
Celebrate Earth Day “Natural Resource Management-style” with amphibian/reptile displays, bird banding, wildlife presentations, a plant giveaway, a wild edible cooking demonstration, the return of the Garlic Mustard Pull Challenge (with prize baskets for first, second and third places), the Wrap It Up Food Truck, a pinecone bird feeder Nature craft for kids and more!
Featured among the wildlife presentations will be bat expert Maria Monarchino at 1:30 p.m. discussing the ecological importance of Red Bats.
Finally, art created from recycled materials will also be on display and for sale by local artisans: reclaimed wood artwork by The Shop Girls, and horseshoe and reclaimed materials artwork by David Detweiler & Aaron Yoder.
There’s certainly something for everyone here. We hope you’ll stop by to celebrate with us!
Order your candy and sticker-filled eggs to be hidden in your front yard on Easter Eve, 4/20/19 and let our “bunnies” do all the work for you!
The Auburn Board of Trustees has been actively seeking grants to update our community park. Many grant applications ask if the township residents support the direction in which the grant funding is being used.
We see a need for a picnic shelter / pavilion at the Auburn Community Park. It would be a great source of shade to sit under while watching your favorite team play. It also could be made available to rent for private birthday parties, family picnics, etc.
If this is something you would support, please take a minute to fill out this short on-line survey.Take Survey ->
Auburn Township Administrative Assistant
“Lead Her Forward” for Girls in 3rd-5th Grades
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Kenston Timmons Elementary School
9500 E. Washington Street
Special appearance by Anna Sanders – Kicker for the Kenston Football State Champion Team
Registration and t-shirt orders are due by January 16th for this FREE EVENT.
Girls in 3rd-5th Grade must attend with an adult female guest (mother, grandma, aunt, etc.)
Activities to choose from:
- Cross Country
- Kuk Sul Do
- Swimming/Land Exercises
This year’s NGWSD theme is Lead Her Forward, to honor the many ways that sports push girls and women to achieve excellence and realize their boundless potential. The Women’s Sports Foundation applauds the vital role played by the individuals and organizations championing girls and women in sports: advocates seeking to protect Title IX and advance gender equity, athletes using their powerful platform to inspire greatness, and coaches working daily to unlock girls’ limitless capabilities. This year, NGWSD celebrates all the girls and women across the nation leading us forward into a bright future.
Contact Kathy Hryb at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or are interested in sponsoring this event.