Stargazing with Rich Grebb
8:15 pm20:15

Stargazing with Rich Grebb

  • Metzgars Farm

In event of bad weather, we will hold the program on: July 27.  Look for the updates here.

Coordinated in partnership with Foxhowe.  Join Rich Grebb, expert astronomer, as we look to the skies on the night of July 26.  Look through the scope to explore the stars and planets and learn about local astronomical events.  Come early for a good parking spot. Bring binoculars.

Annual Meeting
2:30 pm14:30

Annual Meeting

  • Tennis Tea

Join us for our annual business meeting and learn about all of our projects and education programs from the past year. 

Our education program begins after the meeting (around 3:15 pm).  This year we welcome Laura Duda from Brook Valley Farm, Lackawanna County, PA.  Laura teaches the Beekeepers course at Lackawanna College, and is a bee enthusiast.  She will include kid-friendly bees activities that teach about the community lifestyle of honeybees, and the challenges facing honeybees today.  The program will finish with encouragement and ideas about what we can do to help.

Images below from our annual meeting August 2015

Dragonflies and Butterflies
8:00 pm20:00

Dragonflies and Butterflies

  • Nature Center

What is an invertebrate? and why are there so many of them? This program will explore a wide variety of invertebrates from dragonflies to moths.  Stephen Kloiber, local insect expert, will have many live specimens on hand to explore.  Come out for a while and explore the evening insects!

NOTE: Time change to 8 pm start at the nature center.  Park at the lower pool parking lot.

2017 Conservation Dinner Dance
6:30 pm18:30

2017 Conservation Dinner Dance

  • Adjacent to the Senior Lodge, Lenape Lane
                           "Come as a Guest of the Inn from your Favorite Decade"

                           "Come as a Guest of the Inn from your Favorite Decade"

Cocktails at 6:30 pm followed by a Dinner Buffet

Silent & Live auctions to Support the Conservation Foundation

Live music by Deena Miller

Please RSVP by June 17, 2017

Support "Growing Green" at the Inn

Please support the Buck Hill Conservation foundation's efforts to make the Inn site greener.  Your support goes to:

  • purchase of grass, bulbs, flowers, shrubs and trees;
  • repair and stabilization of the Olmstead stonework on the north side of the Inn site
  • 2017 annual membership

Take a SNEAK PEEK at the 2017 Live Auction Items: Here

Images from the 2016 Conservation Dinner Dance - "Where the Wild Things Are"