The Lunch-and-Learn Nature Series consists of three monthly lectures, designed for adults, focusing on a different theme each month. Lunch will be served. A donation of $7 per person per lecture is requested, to benefit the Friends of Anne Kolb Nature Center volunteer group. For more information, call the nature center at 954-357-5161.
Time: Fridays, noon to 2 p.m.
Location: Mangrove Hall
January 23 - "History and Prehistory of the New River" - Dr. Michelle Williams of the Florida Public Archaeology Network returns to chronicle the New River's life from the Tequesta Indians over 5,000 years ago to the tour boats of the 20th and 21st centuries.
February 20 - "Hope and Help for Wildlife - The South Florida Wildlife Center" - Sherry Schlueter, Executive Director of the South Florida Wildlife Center, shares the Center's role in giving wildlife the best change of full recovery from life-threatening situations.
March 20 - "Sink or Swim - Sea Level Rise in Broward County" - It is now a given that Southeast Florida is extremely vulnerable to sea level rise. Jason Liechty, with a diverse background in urban planning, will discuss Broward County's plans to deal with this new reality.