Movie in the Park

The movie is “The Lorax.” A 12-year-old boy searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. To find it he must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy yet charming creature who fights to protect his world. The movie will be shown at…

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Night Hike through Sodalis Nature Preserve

Creatures of the Night The full Night Hike program lasts about two hours and follows a mile-long paved trail. Hannibal Parks & Recreation nature programs are free but reservations are requested by calling 221-0154 or by emailing mlrichards@hannibal-mo.gov. Hannibal Parks & Recreation offers nature programs to fulfill the mission of contributing to the community’s health…

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Night Hike

Creatures of the Night The full Night Hike program lasts about two hours and follows a mile-long paved trail. The hike will begin at the parking lot at Sodalis Nature Preserve and will proceed along Bear Creek Trail to Patchen Street. Participants can then hike up the rocky slope of Evan’s Trail or return to…

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Firefly Friday

The program will include a hike at Sodalis Nature Preserve and participants are sure to see fireflies nearby. The full program lasts about two hours and mostly follows a 2-mile paved trail. Participants are welcome to stay with the group or return to the parking lot on their own. Activities include seasonal observations, sensory activities…

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Summer Solstice Sojourn

“Summer Solstice Sojourn” family nature program is 4 p.m.  Tuesday, June 21 at Bear Creek trail, starting at the Sodalis Nature Preserve parking lot. Gale Rublee, Hannibal Parks & Recreation nature educator, said the walk will be on a mostly shaded paved trail from the Sodalis parking lot to Patchen Street. “We’ll do nature activities…

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Firefly Friday

The program will include a hike at Sodalis Nature Preserve and participants are sure to ee fireflies nearby. The full program lasts about two hours and mostly follows a 2-mile paved trail. Participants are welcome to stay with the group or return to the parking lot on their own. Activities include seasonal observations, sensory activities…

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Night Hike

The full Night Hike program lasts about two hours and follows a 2-mile paved trail. Participants are welcome to stay with the group or return to the parking lot on their own. Activities include seasonal observations, sensory activities and the telling of the creation of Sodalis Nature Preserve. Hannibal Parks & Recreation nature programs are…

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Night Hike

Creatures of the Night The full Night Hike program lasts about two hours and follows a mile-long paved trail. The hike will begin at the parking lot at Sodalis Nature Preserve and will proceed along Bear Creek Trail to Patchen Street. Participants can then hike up the rocky slope of Evan’s Trail or return to…

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Earth’s Companion: The Moon

The nature program offered by Hannibal Parks & Recreation begins at City Hall, 320 Broadway, then participants will go to Lover’s Leap to view the moon. Dr. Robert Sadler, professor of Physical Science at Culver-Stockton College, said the presentation at City Hall will focus on the physical and orbital aspects of Earth’s Moon, along with…

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Wild Edibles nature program

The art of foraging for food is as old as mankind. What is a hobby for many today, was a necessity for people throughout human history. There will be a nature program on Wild Edibles from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 7 at Sodalis Nature Preserve. Nature programs are free but reservations must…

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