10th Annual Indiana Bat Festival
Daytime activities will occur at Indiana State University’s Science Building from 10 am-4 pm. Events include talks by leading bat biologists, live animal demonstrations, batty bake sale, silent auction, bat merchandise for sale, face painting, and many children’s activities. Evening events will take place from 6-10pm at Dobbs Park (5170 Poplar Street). Evening events include the “BatVentures” obstacle course, live raptor program, and listening for bats at sunset. Please join us for this free family event!
The Indiana Bat Festival is a free event. Thanks to our sponsors for their support:
William Brett Living Trust, DOT Scientific, Duke Energy, Endangered Species Chocolate, Nilah Bonham O.D.P.C., Rob Smith and Jan Lesniak, Marshall and Becca Parks, Roly Poly, David and Rebecca Rubin, Randall Stevens M.D., Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Terre Haute Parks and Recreation, Titley Scientific, Wildlife Acoustics, WTWO-TV