Discover “Where the Wild Things Are” at Antler Ridge
Aug 31, 2011 06:11PM
On Saturday, September 17, from 1 to 5 p.m., explore nature and connect with Mother Earth by attending “Where the Wild Things Are,” at Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, a 120-acre preserved farm at 52 County Road 661, Newton, in rural Warren County. Antler Ridge is licensed by the State of New Jersey to care for orphaned and injured mammals and is dedicated to rehabilitating and returning them to the wild.
The event features guest speakers, wildlife artists and photographers, and delicious organic food. Admission and lectures are free, and participants are welcomed to hike the sanctuary’s nature trails. Featured speakers include Sam Tso, a traditional Navajo medicine man from Arizona; Animal Communicator Barbara Goodfriend; and Karen Dashfield, DVM, from Vet on Call.
A special traditional Native American fire circle will be offered at 5 p.m. facilitated by Sam Tso; because seating is limited, it is open to adults only, and reservations must be made in advance. The cost for this event is $45.