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Harbor Branch events set for April and May

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Happenings for April and May are listed below.

For information or reservations, call (772) 242-2559.

April

Monday, April 11: Sunset Cruise

Toast the Sunset with a glass of vino and enjoy a lovely spring cruise on the Indian River Lagoon.  Group will meet in the Johnson Education Center at 4:00 pm for a brief introduction by an HBOI Scientist.  Boat will depart from the Johnson Ed Center following the introduction.  Cost:  HBOI Members: $35; Nonmembers: $45. Reservations needed.

Tuesday, April 12:  Spring Film Series

Discoveries….America Series – “New York. ” The 60 minute film will be shown at 4 & 7 pm in the Johnson Education Center.  Spring and summer Film Series open to members and the general public.

Wednesday, April 13: Ocean Science Lecture Series

Our Changing Oceans, with speaker Dr. Margaret Leinen, HBOI Executive Director, at 4 & 7 pm in the Johnson Education Center.  Free admission.

Thursday, April 14: Ranch Tour & BBQ

Late afternoon sunset tour of Adams Ranch followed with a catered BBQ supper from Dale’s BBQ. (March 31 tour rain date.).  Members $35; Nonmembers: $45.

Friday, April 15:  HBOI Volunteer Reunion For all HBOI Volunteers (past & present), 3-5 p.m. at the  Johnson Education Center.  Reservations needed.

Tuesday, April 26: VIP Tour for HBOI/FAU members & guests begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Ocean Discovery Center. Reservations required.

May

Monday, May 11: Ranch Safari Tour & BBQ

Red Stag Sanctuary in Okeechobee, 4:30-7:30 pm. Sunset at the ranch, new tour of a wildlife sanctuary on an 8,800 acre working cattle ranch.  Full BBQ under the pavilion.  Members $55; Nonmembers $65. Directions provided upon reservation

Tuesday, May 17: Spring Film Series

“Hong Kong & Taiwan” 60 minute film at 4 & 7 pm in the Johnson Education Center.  Spring and summer film series open to members and the general public.

Tuesday, May 24: VIP Tour for HBOI/FAU members & guests begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Ocean Discovery Center.  Reservations required.

 

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