DUE TO RAIN, THE EARTH DAY CELEBRATION TODAY HAS BEEN CANCELED! We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
What weights 15,000lb and can really help Lost River Cave as well as the local community? An elephant? A semi truck? A ship anchor? The answer is… drum roll please… your old and worn out electronics. This Saturday is The 2013 Household Hazardous Waste Day. Lost River Cave has been selected as the beneficiary of the e-waste donation provided by ECS Recycling. The donation from ECS Recycling will be used by the to bring environmental education opportunities to the children of South Central Kentucky.
WHAT: Find a list of Accepted Electronics for Recycling
DATE: Saturday April 27th
TIME: 8 AM until 2 PM
WHERE: Eastwood Baptist Church Parking Lot – 500 Eastwood Street, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42103
It’s late afternoon in the late spring, school’s been out for an hour or so. I can’t really say for sure ‘cause I’ve totally lost track of time. I’m knee deep in the muddy creek, eyes scanning for crayfish. There it is!…. Read more on the Children and Nature Blog
Thanks for posting Derek!
Jill’s Journal: It is hot. Really hot. The massive heat wave on the East Coast must have spread this way, because triple-digit temperatures in Kentucky just don’t happen very often. It was 104 degrees today, confirmed on both our car’s thermometer and the local bank temperature sign we drove by. I grew up in the California desert and then spent four years in Phoenix, so 104 normally wouldn’t phase me (that would be a cool summer day in Phoenix!)…but when that 104 degrees has what feels like 5,000% humidity attached, it’s a whole ‘nother level of brutality. Even the pool offers no relief – the water is so hot it feels like you’ve just jumped into a giant boiling pot of water while simultaneously being baked under the sun.
Being the savvy traveler that I am or maybe just lucky, I scheduled a cave visit for today (since we are in cave country and caves are generally pretty cool in temperature year-round). We made the trek to the Lost River Cave….. read more on RV for 5′s Blog
Squirrely Scavenger Hunt
Now – April 30, 2013 – FREE
Pick up the Squirrely Scavenger Hunt clues at Wildflower Gifts at Lost River Cave then hit the trails! Look for white squirrels hanging out in the trees. Each squirrel has a favorite spot. As you find them, write down the number corresponding with that squirrel. Once you have found all 15 squirrels, bring your sheet back to the gift shop for a decoder key. Decode the numbers to unscramble a phrase to solve the hunt!
All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.
‘E.T. phone home.’
‘Bond. James Bond.’
We all love going to the movies. Wildflower Gifts at Lost River Cave is offering families discount movie tickets to Regal Theaters for only $7.50! When it is too cold or too nasty outdoors, stop by Wildflower Gifts before heading to the movies and save a few bucks.
Winter Staycation – $6 Sundays
Visit any of these local attractions and receive $6 admissions per person on Sundays in January and February. Mention ‘$6 Sundays’ to redeem.
For local residents only. Not Valid with other offers.