SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
8:00 Birdwatching tour departs (bring your binoculars)
10: 00 General Registration, Tour Information and Coffee be sure to check in at the registration table
to be eligible for door prizes and get the latest information.
10:30 Morning Walking and Golf Cart Tours Depart the Education Building *
11:30 - 2:00 Music by the Back Porch Band in the Pavilion
11:30 – 1:30 Lunch is served in the Interpretive Center
1:00 Door Prizes/Raffle (Raffle grand prize is an overnight stay at the Writers Cabin so be sure to buy
your tickets at the registration for this rare opportunity)
1:30 Afternoon Walking and Golf Cart Tours Depart the Interpretive Center *
*PLEASE NOTE: The number of riders for the cart tours is limited. Cart seats are available in the order of arrival at
the start of the tour with preference to those who have limited walking mobility. We thank you for your understanding.
PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM by FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO CAROLINE
DORMON FOUNDATION, INC. Mail to: Dormon Foundation, P.O. Box 226, Natchitoches, LA 71458
(Ticket requests received after March 25th will he held for you at the registration table)
PHONE NUMBER(S) ________________________________________________________
CATEGORIES OF GIVING: **ANGEL ($1,000.00) $____________________
**PATRON ($500.00) $____________________
*SPONSOR ($250.00) $____________________
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS #___________@ ($50.00) $____________________
WILL BE UNABLE TO ATTEND BUT WISH TO DONATE $____________________
TOTAL ENCLOSED $____________________
NUMBER ADULTS ATTENDING __________
NUMBER CHILDREN ATTENDING 13 – 18 ($10.00 ea.) __________
NUMBER CHILDREN ATTENDING under 12 (no charge) __________
Number ________ participating in the bird watching tour at 8:00 – tour briefing to take place at 7:45.
** INCLUDES FIVE (5) TICKETS (CALL FOR MORE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE)
* INCLUDES FIVE (5) TICKETS
Tour information: The Charlotte Collins train and Cow Oak Flats trails will once again be on the tour to enhance
your Briarwood experience; and we have added the Mallard trail along the north side of the Readhimer Pond.