Clone Wars and Other Tide Pool Conflicts & Hollywood Frogs with Superhero Skills (2010)


Titles from a science fiction film festival?

Jeannette Bondsteel from The Cove Palisades and props from the Antlers, Horns & Hooves presentation.

Nope.  Those are headings of presentations scheduled on OPRD’s interpretive stage at the Oregon State Fair Sept. 2-4.

While you’re at the fair, stop at the stage between the Natural Resources Area and the historic Poultry Building. Sit down in the covered seating space (a great spot rain or shine) and listen to 30-minute presentations on topics ranging from Pacific chorus frogs to grandma’s quilt.

State park rangers, naturalists and interpretive interns will explore  tsunamis, clone wars, salmon trials and “Hollywood” frogs. State Historic Preservation Office staff will give tips on fixing old windows—“Don’t Let your Old Windows be a Pane!”—and preserving that old quilt—“Make Grandma’s Quilt Last Generations.”

Sept. 2 (Thursday):
11 a.m. – Don’t Let your Old Windows be a Pane!
Noon –   Oregon’s Role in World War II
1 p.m. – Tales from the Graveyard
2 p.m. – Tsunamis Across Time
3 p.m. – A Salmon’s Tribulations in the Tributaries
4 p.m. – Tsunamis Across Time

Sept. 3 (Friday):
11 a.m. – Don’t Let your Old Windows be a Pane!
12 p.m. – Hollywood Frogs with Superhero Skills
1 p.m. – Make Grandma’s Quilt Last Generations
2 p.m. – Wonderful Wetlands
3 p.m. – Clone Wars and Other Tide Pool Conflicts
4 p.m. – Wonderful Wetlands

Sept. 4 (Saturday):
11 a.m. – Life in the Habitat Matrix
12 p.m. – Hollywood Frogs with Superhero Skills
1 p.m. –  A Salmon’s Tribulations in the Tributaries
2 p.m. – Antlers, Horns and Hooves
3 p.m. – Clone Wars and Other Tide Pool Conflicts
4 p.m. – Antlers, Horns, and Hooves

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