June 6, 2018
2000 E 151st Street
Carmel, IN 46033
Cool Creek Campfires
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Join us around the Cool Creek campfire ring for songs, presentations, and marshmallows. Cindy Baney, music educator with Moriah Music, will start the evening off with music. Special speakers will then entertain guests each week with topics about snakes, birds, turtles, and more. Hang out with your family and friends during these special Wednesday evenings. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs or blankets.
Dates: June 6, 13, 20, 27; July 11, 18, 25; August 1
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: CCP (north side of the park)
Pre-registration: Not Required
Indiana Jim: Reptile Experience / June 6
Indiana Jim’s wide assortment of reptiles and amphibians are sure to surprise, teach, fascinate, and intrigue you!
Amazing World of Animals / June 13
Animals from all over the world will be at our campfire ring. Larry Battson, wildlife educator and handler, will talk to us about animal lives, conservation, and more.
All-American Animals / June 20
Celebrate our country’s birthday with Coyote Chris of Silly Safaris. Animals that get us excited about our independence will be featured!
Snakes with Ed - THE BIG ONES / June 27
Ed will bring lots of snakes to show the audience. He will dispel many of the myths people have about these fascinating creatures.
Birds of Prey / July 11
Take Flight Wildlife Education’s Mark Booth will bring several birds of prey to share with the audience. Hawks, owls, and kestrels are just a few of the amazing birds that prey on small animals and examples of what Booth will have for the audience!
Nocturnal Animals / July 18
Indiana WILD will join us for a program all about animals of the night! These highly adaptive nocturnal creatures are as interesting as they are unusual!
REALLY Dangerous Animals / July 25
Amazon John with Silly Safaris is back with some REALLY DANGEROUS ANIMALS! Be sure to make it to this exhilarating show.
Baby! It’s Wild Outside / August 1
Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitators will talk with us about the do’s and dont’s of wildlife that we might encounter in our communities. Some of their own rehabilitated animals will be on hand to help us understand when our help is needed and when it is actually harmful for wildlife and us!