Curious to know more about the fungus kingdom and the role of both edible and inedible mushrooms in our lives?
Join us October 28th and 29th for our second-annual mushrooming event.
This year our summer intern and resident mycologist Ida Gianopulos will be sharing her knowledge and excitement about fungi of all varieties in this two-part event.
Friday night October 28th at 7:00 she will be giving a talk about the ecology and importance of mushrooms at the Nehalem Event Center (above Art Happens in downtown Nehalem). Saturday
morning the 29th from 10:00-12:00 she will lead a walk at Oswald West State Park identifying edible and inedible mushrooms alike and their role in the local ecology. In the evening the group will gather again at 5:30 p.m. at the Nehalem Event Center to sample a range of edible local mushrooms. The talk alone will be $5 for non-members and free for members, while the costs for both days activities will be $30 for non-members and $25 for members.
For more information about these or other events call 503-368-3203 or go to www.nehalemtrust.org
Enjoy this wonderful fall event and book your spa manzanita treatments for Saturday afternoon or Sunday and receive a 5% discount. And 5% will go to the Lower Nehalem Community Trust
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