Sunday Nature Series at Westchester Township History Museum

The Sunday Nature Series will resume at the Westchester Township History Museum on Sunday, April 14, at 2 p.m.  The series will take place one Sunday per month through August. The museum is housed in the historic Brown Mansion, located at 700 W. Porter Avenue, Chesterton.  Light refreshments will be served.

Local plant expert David Hamilla will give a presentation on spring wildflowers.  He will give blooming dates, photos, and identification tips.

Museum Educator Susan Swarner will provide a children’s nature series on the same topic presented each month.  On April 14, adults can enjoy the lecture by Hamilla while children ages 6 and up learn about flowers and other plants with Swarner.  Children will create flower art and will inspect plant life around the museum, weather permitting.

The Westchester Township History Museum is a free cultural and educational service of Westchester Public Library and is open to the public Wednesday – Sunday from 1-5 p.m. or by appointment.  For more information call the museum at 983-9715.

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