Light-hearted virtual program benefits TWC

Light-hearted virtual program benefits TWC

Locally produced fare from chef Adam Lambert of Ohio City Provisions will be served. He is pictured with Trevor Clatterbuck, co-owner.


Learn something new aboutthe birds and beesthis Valentine’s Day as The Wilderness Center hosts a special Night in for Nature virtual program and fundraising dinner on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Senior naturalist Carrie Elvey will present this PG-13 program, which is a light-hearted look at the romantic lives of animals.

Did you know city birds sing shorter courtship songs than country birds or that the antennae of a male mosquito will vibrate to the frequency of a compatible female’s flight pattern when she flies by?

Locally produced fare from chef Adam Lambert of Ohio City Provisions will include a lavender honey-glazed duck breast, spelt risotto with duck confit, and sous vide carrots with orange, thyme, butter and coriander.

A video offering reheating instructions will be provided to all registrants. All ticket purchases also will include one bottle of dry riesling from M Cellars winery in Geneva.

Representatives from M Cellars will offer attendees a video tour of their cellars, and representatives from Wholesome Valley Farm will share information on the sustainable farms that are providing the evening’s meal.

Attendees can choose a meal for one (or tasting for two) for $65 or two meals for $90. Home delivery is available to the Canton and Massillon area, within 20 miles of TWC, for an additional $15 fee. Pickups and deliveries will take place Thursday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 12. Register online at

Meal bags should be refrigerated, and you must be 21 or older to participate (ID will be required). Due to the wine sale and applicable laws, funds will be collected through Ohio City Provisions and donated to The Wilderness Center.

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