WEEKEND 1: MARCH 2/3

FEATURE PROGRAM: NATIONAL EAGLE CENTER MULTI-BIRD PROGRAM
Saturday & Sunday at 12pm and 2:30pm
At St. Felix Auditorium

Join National Eagle Center presenters for a special multi-ambassador program! This exciting and informational program will feature more than one eagle ambassador. Explore the exciting world of eagles, learn fascinating facts about eagle biology and behavior, hear the story of their near extinction and remarkable recovery in North America, and learn the stories of the National Eagle Center ambassadors. Perfect for all ages, this program is a crowd favorite and you are certain to come away having learned something new. Don’t miss out!

EXHIBITS & EXHIBITORS

EAGLE ANSWERS GIVEN LIVE EVERYDAY
Saturday & Sunday ALL DAY
In National Eagle Center

 

Drop-in and visit the live eagle ambassadors where they live! Our naturalist educators will be on hand to answer your questions, feed the eagles, and provide you with an unforgettable up-close experience with our resident bald and golden eagles. Bring your eagle enthusiasm, eagle questions, and your camera!

ST. CROIX & NAMEKAGON RIVERS – The Enduring Legacy
Presentation by photographer Craig Blacklock
Saturday at 1pm (1st Floor Classroom)
Book Signing 2pm – 4pm (Watershed Gallery)

Join internationally-recognized, award-winning photographer Craig Blacklock as he presents on his latest project: ST. CROIX & NAMEKAGON RIVERS – The Enduring Legacy. Craig is a Minnesota-based fine art and landscape photographer who focuses on the wild areas of Lake Superior. He will share stories and insight into his latest project and 18th book. Selected works from this project are currently on exhibit in the Watershed Gallery at the National Eagle Center.

An artist reception and book signing will follow in the Watershed Gallery. Learn more about Craig and the exhibit HERE.

NATIVE DESIGNS w/Dick Mindykowski
Saturday & Sunday – ALL DAY
In Rotunda

 

Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Chippewa craftsman Dick Mindykowski creates woodland gifts created from wood and animal products harvested from the outdoors. Walking sticks, canes, turtle rattles, beaver shields, dream catchers, leather pouches. All hand tanned and carved. A great activity for kids, he offers kids a chance to make their own necklace, dream catcher or keychain from beads, antler, hides and more.

KID’S CRAFTS
Saturday & Sunday – ALL DAY
Across Alley

 

Are the kids inspired by the eagles and cool animals they meet at SOAR? Let their imaginations run wild as they enjoy some nature-themed arts and crafts!

Thank you to our 2019 sponsors!