LECTURES & CLASSES
Ecology Of The Chattahoochee River Sandy Springs
Tuesday, March 14 7:00-8:30PM
Come join us in the Cottage as Alan Toney, longtime Sandy Springs Resident, Master Naturalist, Soil & Water Supervisor, fly fisherman, Chattahoochee River Activist, who was involved in the creation of both the Georgia Adopt-A-Stream Program and The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, talks about the ecology of the Chattahoochee River past, present and future. We will explore The River’s importance for water supply, wildlife and recreation as well as its beauty, threats and resilience. FREE to attend, Walk-ins are welcome and donations are appreciated. Register HERE.
Moonshine In Sandy Springs
Tuesday, March 21 7:00-8:30PM
Busting up moonshine operations was not unheard of in Sandy
Springs during the 1940s and rumor has it that one remains hidden
under Lost Corners trails! Learn more about the fascinating and
scandalous history of moonshine and prohibition in Sandy Springs.
FREE to attend, Walk-ins are welcome and donations are appreciated. Register HERE.
Ecology Of Sandy Springs
Tuesday, March 28th 7:00-8:30PM
Come join this fascinating exploration into the ecology of Sandy Springs led by Master Naturalist, Alan Toney. Explore the loss of the original pristine forest and the regrowth of the mature second-growth forest. Discover what’s living in your own back yard and how proper landscaping can encourage and discourage wildlife from taking up residence! Learn about the relationship between raptors and crows, the importance of native bees and insects, how to get rid of those pesky invasives and much, much more! FREE to attend, Walk-ins are welcome and donations are appreciated. Register HERE.
Fairy House or Gnome Home
Saturday, April 1, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Rain out Date: Saturday, April 15
It’s Spring at Lost Corner and after the Winter rains our Fairies and Gnomes
are ready for new houses. Bring your imagination to our fifth Fairy House
and Gnome Home event. You provide the inspiration and we provide all the
natural elements like seed pods, bark, nuts and pinecones for their homes.
You can build it in our woods or take yours home. Building Permits are $15 per person or $30 per family. Walk-ins welcome!! Register and pay HERE.
Plein Air Artists Painting Event and Show
Painting at The Preserve: Saturday April 22, 2023 From 10am To 5pm
Cottage Show and Sale: Sunday April 23, 2023 From 12pm to 5 pm
Plein Air artists from the Atlanta Artists Center will be capturing the stunning grounds of Lost Corner Preserve using a variety of mediums such as watercolor, oil and acrylics. The public is welcome to drop by and watch artists at work and return the next day to view the finished products that will be displayed in the cottage! No Registration is required.