Articles About Glen Helen
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On the morning of Friday, May 3, the heavens opened above Yellow Springs, letting down a deluge of cleansing rain.
The two-punch news last week that the body of villager Leonid “Lonya” Clark was found in Glen Helen Nature Preserve, followed by the announcement that his death is being investigated as a homicide, has left the community reeling and seeking answers.
Nearly concurrent opening receptions for four new art exhibitions in Yellow Springs will create a mini art stroll experience for visual art lovers wanting to catch them all Friday evening, March 15.
While the Raptor Center rehabilitates injured falcons, hawks and owls, with hopes of eventual rerelease into the wild, it continues to house those unable to survive on their own.
Naturalist David Nolin will speak about his new book at Glen Helen event.
Continuing a year-long celebration of the Little Miami River and its regional impact, Glen Helen Nature Preserve will host a screening of the hour-long documentary “Call of the Scenic River: An Ohio Journey,” from 2–3 p.m. Sunday, July 29.
A feeling of unmitigated joy suffuses the work of painter Libby Rudolf. While she has painted a range of subjects, including portraits, street scenes and close-ups of flowers, she prefers to paint nature scenes and people in a natural setting.
This weekend features one new and one long-held dyed-egg hunt in the Yellow Springs area.
It’s called Daylight Saving Time, but the practice of setting clocks ahead by an hour each spring doesn’t really save daylight, it just moves it around a little, taking from the morning and adding to the evening.