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Friends of Audubon Annual Luncheon

Please join us for the Friends of Audubon Annual Luncheon on Monday, Jan. 26 at noon in the museum. Lunch is $10. Also, 2015 dues will be taken at the time if you plan to renew.

This Luncheonís keynote address will be: ďStalking the Legacy: The Science of and Art of John James AudubonĒ presented by Leigh Ann Howard and David Black from the University of Southern Indiana. Howard and Black are currently working on a documentary of John James Audubonís life and, throughout their impressive research and travels have uncovered a number of fascinating revelations. We hope that you join us. Please RSVP by calling the park or emailing mark.kellen@ky.gov with the number of members attending.



Audubon Spring Photography Workshop

Friends of Audubon and the Audubon Photography Club of Henderson present Rob Sheppard, renowned naturalist, nature photographer, and videographer for a three day photography workshop.  He is the author/photographer of over 40 books as well as a well-known speaker and photography workshop leader.  Rob was the long-time editor of the prestigious Outdoor Photographer magazine and is now presently contributing editor.  He is trained both as a photographer and a naturalist, specializing in ecology and botany. 

Come and walk in the footsteps of artist John James Audubon and photograph the beauty of Audubon Park while getting all of Robís best tips and techniques for nature photographers. Learn about the equipment and methods needed to take your photography to the next level.  Sign up early as enrollment is limited to 48 participants and the cost of the three day workshop is only $99 per person. To register or learn more click here and we hope to see you there!



Become a Friend

Friends of Audubon is a non-profit organization established to enhance the publicís enjoyment and understanding of the natural wonders of John James Audubon State Park as well as the artistic and cultural treasures housed in the world-class museum. There is a constant need for money to maintain the works of art, to ensure they are properly displayed and cared for, and to develop and produce programs and exhibits. Your membership in the Friends of Audubon will help fund those needs as well as keep you informed of related news and progress. Please consider joining and helping us preserve what we have today for tomorrowís visitors.

Join today and enjoy:
* FREE and Unlimited Admission to the Museum
* 10% Discount at the Museum Store (including the purchase of Audubon prints)
* Invitations to special events and lectures
* Discounts on other park programs and activities
* A free, quarterly newsletter and calendar of events††


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