Ever wonder what it would be like to visit a waterfall in the dark and experience its wonder through your other heightened senses? This adventure will be led by Lynda Doucette, Waterfall Keepers of NC Board member and veteran of 30 years as a ranger in the National Park Service. For 16 years of her career, she was stationed at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Lynda has a BS degree with a double major in Outdoor Education and Park Management. She will guide us as we search for bioluminescent plants and mushrooms, listen for nocturnal creatures, and consider how forest life changes when the sun goes down at a waterfall.

Cost: $20
Date: August 4
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: To be announced
Age guideline: Adults 18+

This is a members-only benefit and all registrations will be checked. If you wish to bring someone with you, they will need to register separately, and they must also be a member. If you have a Family Membership, other parties in the membership may attend with you.

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Cancellation Policy: We hope that you will consider your registration as a contribution to our worthy cause. We are unable to provide refunds for cancellations. This event will be held rain or shine. However, in the event of severe weather we will hold the outing on Sunday, September 17.