Happehatchee Center Offers Inaugural Membership Program
Dec 02, 2014 05:16PM
The nonprofit eco-spiritual Happehatchee Center has launched the Help Happy Stay Happe membership drive, the first-ever opportunity for the public to purchase a membership to the center’s many facilities and programs on five beautiful acres that include a butterfly garden and native plant nursery, in Estero. Upper level memberships can be billed on a monthly basis and include free and reduced costs for renting the Peace Pavilion and the historic Girl Scout House for classes, workshops, events and family gatherings.
All memberships provide access to Happehatchee whenever it is open and during many events that include yoga classes and Friday evening healing circles. Members also receive a bumper sticker and recognition on the Happehatchee website.
The next Mangrove Café meeting will feature a free concert by Glory Chamber, starting at 7 p.m., December 20. Renowned nature photographers Clyde and Niki Butcher will be on-hand to showcase their work and Clyde will sign copies of his latest book to raise funds for the center from 4 to 7 p.m., January 17.