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Winter Travel Lecture Series

Stefanie Kremer
Monday January 28 | Free for CNC members. $8 daily admission rates apply to nonmembers.

 Cincinnati Nature Center is hosting a series of travel lectures in January as a way to encourage exploration and discovery outdoors in new places. The program will take place every Sunday in January from 2 - 3:30 p.m. It is a recurring winter series at CNC that provides speakers with an opportunity to recount their travel experiences, allowing visitors to journey to a new part of the world in the comfort of CNC's Rowe Woods auditorium. 



Where: Cincinnati Nature Center
Phone: 513-831-1711
Address: 4949 Tealtown Road
Website: www.CincyNature.org

Cincinnati Nature Center

4949 Tealtown Road
Milford, Ohio
45150
 
This privately run park offers 1,600 acres of trails, plus wildlife and nature classes, bird-watching and more.
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