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Blue Ghost’s 2018 WNC Natural History Series
February 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm| Free
Blue Ghost Brewing Company is excited to announce The 2018 WNC Natural History Educational Series will occur on the second Tuesday of each month, January-April, beginning at 7PM. 10% of sales these nights will go to the partnering non-profit organizations. The event is free and open to the public. Dates, topics, presenters & organizations benefiting are as follows:
January 9 — Brook Trout in the Smokies
Matt Kulp, Supervisory Fishery Biologist, Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Friends of the Smokies)
February 13 — Elk & Black Bear in WNC
Esther Blakely, owner of Cataloochee Valley Tours (Friends of the Smokies)
March 13 — Cliffside Ecosystems & the Peregrine Falcon
Park Ranger Staff, Chimney Rock State Park (Friends of Chimney Rock State Park)
April 10 — Blue Ghost Fireflies
Jennifer Frick-Ruppert, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Science, Biology & Ecology, Brevard College (Brevard College)
The multimedia presentations will last for about 45 minutes and feature a question and answers session at the end. There will be 12 beers on tap, Bold Rock Hard Cider, a red & white wine and a draught non-alcoholic homemade 2-Ditty Root Beer for purchase. Food options will be available as well from Blue Ghost’s own The Hungry Ghost.