The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center’s annual Continuing Education Series gets underway today. Held at the Interpretive Center at 4201 Giant Springs Road (on the east edge of Great Falls), the first program is Wildlife Discoveries of Lewis & Clark by Choteau-based naturalist David Shea. The Lewis & Clark expedition encountered hundreds of animals, nearly 150 that were new to science.
Two additional offerings in the series are Adventures in Uruguay by Art Sedlack April 15 and Secrets of Square Butte by Bill Peterson April 29.
The programs are free, they begin at 2:30pm and last approximately 45 minutes with a question and answer session afterwards. For more information call the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls, MT at 406-727-8733.