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Wed, 20 Sep 2006 21:07:02 -0500
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This came from another list.   Turkey Run Park is about 1 1/4 hours east of
Champaign-Urbana IL and 1+ hours west of Indianapolis.  It's quite unlike
the rest of central Indiana, having beautiful deep ravines with huge
old-growth trees and hemlocks.   For more info contact the people in the
Liz Day

>----- Original Message -----
>From: <mailto:[log in to unmask]>Joan Mohr Samuels
>Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 4:34 PM
>Subject: Nature Journaling Workshop - Oct 14, 10am to 3pm, at Turkey Run
>Rich Scott sent me this notice and asked if I would pass it on to other
>interested people.
>I just attended Rich's Newcomb Wildflower ID workshop at Turkey Run this
>past Sunday and it was excellent.  The workshops are sponsored by  "The
>Friends of Turkey Run and Shades State Parks" who work to protect the
>park's beautiful natural areas and to give people opportunities to connect
>with nature which will promote better stewardship of the parks.  (His
>e-mail is: Richard Scott
><<mailto:[log in to unmask]>[log in to unmask]>, in case
>you have questions about the workshop or the Friends group.)
>--Joan  (765) 567-7023
>Nature Journaling Workshop
>Saturday Oct 14, 10am to 3pm, at Turkey Run Inn
>The Friends of Turkey Run and Shades State Parks are sponsoring a nature
>journaling workshop led by Jean Jamsa. Jamsa offers a unique blend of
>experiential field drawing and journaling in this workshop/retreat to be
>held on Saturday Oct. 14th at the Turkey Run Inn from 10:00 am until
>This five hour workshop combines outdoor exploration and quick drawings of
>participants' experiences and discoveries in the natural world.
>Participants need not be artists to experience this immersion process. The
>workshop will lead them to enter into their drawings as humans enter life,
>attuned to their environment. They will re-experience outdoor exploration
>with newly opened eyes.
>        Come dressed for the outdoors. If it is raining, Jean will bring
>the outdoors in.
>        There is a $20.00 dollar fee, which will include the buffet lunch
>at the Inn, as well as all needed materials.
>        Registration is onsite, call 569-5893 for further information.