We are sure that you enjoy the company of fellow travelers in the conservancy movement! Therefore, we invite you to a delightful feast of fine food, companionship, enlightenment, and enthusiasm at your Oak Heritage Conservancy’s annual meeting, Saturday, October 14th.
There’s No Devil in These Details
Where: “The Sherman” Restaurant, in historic Batesville, Indiana. Enjoy the newly updated decor of this fabled 165 year-old eatery.
Time: Beverages begin at 6 p.m. (Cash bar available at the Black Forest Pub). Dinner and Desserts at 6:30 p.m.
Program: Author Steven Higgs (with his brand new release, A Guide to Natural Areas of Southern Indiana) presents an enchanting virtual tour of too-well-hidden sites of flora & fauna and geology in Southern Indiana. His Guide is the first comprehensive look at natural areas in southern Indiana, and he will tell us about hidden gems that every nature lover should visit!
Other Enticements: An interesting selection of items in the Silent Auction
Price: $30.00 per ticket. There is no extra charge for the esprit de corp.
Payment Options: Check or credit card.
RSVP Required: Early reservations and payments help us plan and prepare for this special event. RSVP by emailing [email protected] or mail your check to Oak Heritage Conservancy, P.O. Box 335, Hanover, Indiana 47229.
More on the Silent Auction: Generosity abounds! Here are just a few items that have been donated for our Silent Auction –
- Scenic Flight in a Vintage Airplane
- Private tours of the Oxbow, the Western Wildlife Corridor, and Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge.
- Membership to the Knobstone Trail Association and Audubon.
- Two Tickets to a 2018 Indianapolis Indians baseball game
- A large, framed print of “Selma in the Garden”
- Poster and guides to “Oaks of the Greater Midwest” by local artist Sigrid Neilson
- A signed copy of ‘What This River Keeps’ by Greg Schwipps
- …and more, including other behind the scenes tours and art by local artisans.
A very special thank you to our sponsors. They are making conservation a reality in southeast Indiana.