We all need a little culture on this beautiful Wednesday morning! Here’s your opportunity. This event is on January 31- make plans now to attend! We are so excited. For the 42nd year Bay County Audubon Society will present its Travel and Adventure Film Series. The color motion pictures are presented and personally narrated on stage by the cinematographer. The proceeds from ticket sales are used for the society’s many and varied activities, including education programs in our Bay County public schools, to promote wildlife protection and rehabilitation, conservation education and land preservation. The films will be held at Arnold High School Auditorium at 550 Alf Coleman Road near Back Beach Road at 7:00 PM. Great door prizes will be given at each film! On January 31, the films is “A Big Cypress Swamp” by Elam Stoltzfus. Admission is $6. There are many more films coming up, so stay tuned! The inspiration around the film series is to increase the awareness and appreciation of wildlife and the natural habitat upon which it depends. What an awesome cause! We hope to see you there!