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  • Maine's Cape Neddick Center for Wildlife Education and Outreach 2018 Holiday Bazaar

     

    The Center for Wildlife is excited to be presenting their annual Holiday Bazaar. 

    "Bring family and friends up to the place that you love, or visit for the first time and spend some time connecting with your community and wildlife. One of our favorite events of the year...we invite you to step through the doors of our magical gift shop in the forest. Participants can browse nature-inspired gifts like wild-crafted hemlock wreaths, wildlife holiday cards, wildlife baby blankets, Ambassador Series books, photographs of nature, goats milk soap from Jenness Farm, crafts from local artisans and so much more. Participants will also get the chance to meet our owls, hawks, falcons, and other ambassadors up-close, tour their outdoor enclosures, and support the Center while doing their holiday shopping," said Sarah Kern.

    In November – December the Holiday Bazaar will be held on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the Center for Wildlife at 385 Mountain Road, Cape Neddick, ME 03902. 

    We will also have a soft opening on Friday, November 23rd or “Green Friday” as we call it. 

    Skip the crowds and hustle and bustle and spend your time in the woods instead with your family and community," added Kern. "Each weekend we will have fun activities for the whole family including local authors, crafts, and even a visit from some special individuals from the North Pole! "

    For more information on the Holiday Bazaar - website at www.thecenterforwildlife.org or call 207-361-1400.

    About Center for Wildlife

    Center for Wildlife is a local 501C3 out of Cape Neddick, ME.  Since 1986 the Center for Wildlife has been providing medical treatment for wild animals in need. We currently admit over 2,000 wild animals a year and are regional leaders in conservation medicine. For the last 20 years we have been proud to offer high quality environmental education programs to our community.  We currently present over 375 programs a year and reach over 12,500 individuals in schools, nursing homes, community centers, libraries and universities.