2011-04-28 / Local & State

Charles Brightbill Center Open Sunday


TWEP's pond is surrounded by colorful perennials and is home to fish and crawfish. TWEP's pond is surrounded by colorful perennials and is home to fish and crawfish. The Charles Brightbill Environmental Center, managed by the Tuscarora Wildlife Education Project (TWEP), will be open to the public this Sunday, May 1 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. With trees flowering, the pond welcoming new insects and plant life and birds calling to each other, spring is the best time to visit TWEP. The museum is open, as are the trails that wind through different natural habitats. TWEP is a great place to bring children of all ages to discover the natural world around us. Hands-on Activities inside the center will help children learn about nature. Located behind James Buchanan High School, 4881 Fort Loudon Road in Mercersburg, TWEP is an independent organization dedicated to providing and promoting education in wildlife, conservation, ecology and the environment. Call 328- 2126 for more information about TWEP.

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