November in the Glen Ongoing through November 19: Leonard Williams Art Exhibit At the Glen Helen Building Atrium, 405 Corry St. Williams is best known for his vibrant watercolor scenes, He concentrates on the realistic depiction of wildlife and rural vignettes. As one enthusiastic art collector says, "Leonard Williams paints pictures that people want to live in." His paintings and sculptures have been recognized in numerous jurried art shows. Wednesday, November 2, 7-8:30PM: Volunteer Information Hike: Meet at the Glen Helen Building, 405 Corry St. Does The Glen inspire you? Do you have 2-3 hours a week (or month) to give back to it? If so, please come to this evening stroll through its changing woods and crisp autumn air. You will learn about ways to become a part of an important community of volunteers that help keep The Glen such a great place. A short, informational meeting will take place at the Glen Building at 8:00 PM after the hike. If you are unable to attend, but interested in learning about volunteer opportunities, please call Cindy Steffen at 769-1907. Ages 18-108 welcome! Every Wednesday through December at 1:00PM: Nature Story Hour (except 11/23/05) At the Trailside Museum next to 405 Corry St. Preschoolers can discover nature through stories about the natural world. Parents are invited to stay and enjoy the stories with their children. Programs last about an hour and might include a short hike on nice weather days. Nature Story Hour takes place from October through February. Donations welcome! Please call (937) 767-7798 for details. Saturday, November 12 and 26: 11:00AM: Reptile Feeding Come to the Glen Helen Trailside Museum, next to 405 Corry St. to learn about snakes and turtles, as we feed our resident reptiles. Great for kids of all ages! Donations welcome! Wednesday, November 16 (and the fourth Wednesday of every month except November), 7:00PM: Lecture Series. Lecture series events take place at the Glen Helen Building (405 Corry St.).?What Happens When and Where: A Comparable Phonology of Glen Helen. Guest speaker Bill Felker gives an overview of the annual cycles of Glen Helen flora and fauna, comparing events here with similar events in other parts of the country, and showing how landmarks of the Glen Helen year can be used to track the progress of seasons here and elsewhere. Call (937) 769-1902 for more information. Saturday, November 19 from 9:00AM to 5:00PM and Sunday, November 20 from 11:00AM to 5:00PM: Annual Nature Arts and Crafts Show The Glen Helen Association?s 24th Annual Nature Arts and Crafts Show takes place in the Glen Helen Building located at 405 Corry Street in Yellow Springs. The show features nature- themed artwork for sale including blown glass sculptures, unique clothing, watercolor paintings, photographs, natural and organic bath and body products, one-of-a-kind jewelry, and artistic and functional pottery. In addition, Harper Art Studios is back this year with their unique silk-screened and lithographed prints, ornaments, note cards and more. There will be a silent auction both days of the show and baked goods will be available. Your $2 admission goes to support Glen Helen Preserve and the many educational programs associated with the Glen Helen Ecology Institute. The public is invited to attend and enjoy this very special arts and crafts show. After shopping at the Nature Arts and Crafts show on Saturday and Sunday, be sure to stop in the Nature Shop located inside the Glen Helen Building. All customers will receive a 10% discount during this period. Sunday, November 20, 11:00AM: Nature Arts and Crafts Medallion Hike Meet at the Glen Helen Building. Medallion Hikes are generally between 3 and 5 miles. Participants should be in good hiking condition.