Invite a friend
Meet at the Farmhouse and explore the mysterious nighttime world of owls with a local naturalist. Learn how to call for owls and listen for their replies! Learn about the lives of owls and other creatures that are active at night and that there's a lot going on while you're usually sleeping. This program requires standing quietly for short periods of time. Feel free to bring a flashlight and dress for the weather. Prepaid registration required on line at: http://www.lss-web.com/login.aspx or call (215)355-9781
|Where||Tamanend Park 1255 2nd Street Pike, Southampton, PA 18966|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||Upper Southampton residents free, non-residents adults $3, children $2|
More About Tamanend Park
In 1975, Upper Southampton Township and Centennial School District partnered and purchased approximately 103 acres of land with the intent of forming a community park in Southampton. The school district constructed Klinger Middle School on a portion of the property and the remaining acreage is the natural park and recreation area known today as Tamanend Park.
There are several orginizations dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of the park, including the Friends of Tamanend Park and the Tamanend Park Herb Gardening Club.
The Friends of Tamanend gather on Saturday mornings to help with the maintenance and beautification of the park. They are working with a professional planer to develop a vision for upgrades to the parks existing offerings, as provided for in a recent revision to the township's comprehensive plan. The group also sponsors a number of activities in the park, including the Flea Market, Southampton Days and Tamanend Park Day.
Tamanend Park is governed by the township's Park and Recreation Board, a five-member board comprised of township residents who were appointed to their posts by the board of supervisors.
The park's office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.