Ben Weaver to play live concert at International Wolf Center on Feb. 3

Wolves. What’s for Dinner? Ben Weaver. Winter Fest. What a night!

Please join us for a very special evening on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Ely’s International Wolf Center.  From the comfort of Center’s indoor viewing center, you’ll enjoy the International Wolf Center’s highly acclaimed “What’s for Dinner?” interpretive program featuring the weekly feeding of the wolf pack in its outdoor woodland enclosure.  Following that 1-hour program, you’ll continue to observe the wolves while entertained with live music by composer/song-writer Ben Weaver whose music is infused with passion for the natural world.

The event runs from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Tickets: Adult International Wolf Center Member $5, Adult Non-member $7.50;  Child Member $3, Child Non-member (4-12) $5;, Children 3 and under free,

PLUS suggested $10/adult  free-will contribution towards the concert

Ben Weaver is a songwriter and poet who travels by bicycle using relationships of all kinds to help awaken greater reciprocity between people and land and water. Recent human-powered expeditions have taken him down the Mississippi River, around Lake Superior, across the Kenai Watershed in Alaska and throughout the Netherlands. He’s released 8 CDs to critical acclaim including his most recent, “Sees Like a River” and has been heralded by Bloodshot Records as “a writer of great nuance, simplicity and simple wonder, Ben suffuses his songs with a sense of place and detail.