UPCOMING EVENTS & PROGRAMS
SUNDAY, SEPT. 26 11am-3pm
Join Center for Wildlife at our new campus for a day of community connection and celebration! This year, we will be paying homage to the migration of our regional wild animal species and our migration to our new campus!
Our Open House will allow the public to explore both our new Nature Center and Clinic, meet some of our wildlife ambassadors, connect with our community partners and learn more about the work we have going on here at the Center.
First Friday Monthly 10-11AM
This series is catered towards our human mammals from ages 2 to 5, allowing them to explore and learn about our natural world with reading time, a craft, and a short walk or activity. Weather dependent, we will try to be outside as much as possible so please come dressed and prepared for the elements.
Pre-registration is required for both Wee Naturalists and their guardians.
Become a Biologist
Third Friday Monthly 4:30-5:30PM
This series will be geared towards school aged children and young adults. Learn about our local plants and animals through the eyes of a biologist. This program includes the chance to meet some of our non-releasable wildlife ambassadors, time spent outdoors exploring our surrounding woods and both science and nature based activities!
Pre-registration is required for both Biologists and their guardians.
Fully Fledged: An Adult Naturalist Series
First Thursday Monthly 6-8PM
Join Lead with Nature’s Dan Gardoqui and Center for Wildlife staff and wildlife ambassadors for an evening of nature immersion, exploration, and storytelling (including yours!). Each month features a different topic and will include wildlife demonstrations, time outdoors, and/or slides and other visuals. First Thursday every month. 6-8pm. Tiered pricing available. 20 people max, ages 13+. Registration required
Wild Wellness Series
Second Thursday Monthly 9-10AM (June-September)
We are so excited to partner with Amanda Stanley of Jupiter’s Labyrinth to bring you unique and immersive programming to connect with the plants and animals in our region. Amanda is a Certified Practicing Herbalist, a RYT500 yoga teacher and Reiki IV Practitioner and Teacher who brings a deep understanding and connection to the plant food and medicine growing all around us. Each program in this series will offer participants a way to slow down and connect with nature, along with practices to continue on their own. This is a COVID-conscious program, ages 12+, masks required indoors and out. Tickets are $20 per person, and pre-registration is required.