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UIC International Nature Club

Join the Nature Club and meet the museum's live animals; snakes, toads, and scorpions.

2017.03.20 | Lene Bekker Lassen

Date Sun 26 Mar
Time 13:00 14:00
Location Naturhistorisk Museum, Universitetsparken, Wilhelm Meyers Allé 210, 8000 Aarhus C.
Natural History Museum, AU Campus

Photo: Jesper Rais, AU

UIC International Nature Club (age group: 6-12, but bring younger or older sisters/brothers).
Keep in mind that it is perfectly alright to invite new friends over! This is an offer to all in Aarhus, Danes and Internationals.

Topic for Sunday 26 March:

Snakes, toads, and scorpions – meet-up with the museum’s live animals.

This Sunday, the UIC International Nature Club provides you with the chance to have a close look at the musem's live animals. You will get to see different details on the animals, and touch them if you dare to. - It might not be that suitable for anyone suffering from phobia.

Guide: Jens T. Andersen, jta@nathist.dk 
Language:
English

It is free of charge, provided that you have paid the admission. Any questions ask Susanne Pfeil, 123susanne@gmx.de or Gitte Haahr-Andersen, gha@au.dk.  

Location: Naturhistorisk Museum, Universitetsparken, Wilhelm Meyers Allé 210, 8000 Aarhus C. See map on location.

Membership for adults: DKK 90/year, under age 18 free of charge.

The UIC International Nature Club will meet once a month at Naturhistorisk Museum (Natural History Museum), and is open to all inside and outside Aarhus, who likes to learn about Danish nature – and to be with others! What happens Sundays (or other days in between) will be announced as we get the news. 
Coordinator: Susanne Pfeil has offered to volunteer as a coordinator, so if you have suggestions for more events, or just want to join get in contact with her, 123susanne@gmx.de.

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