UPCOMING EVENTS & PROGRAMS

 

Take a look at the calendar below for upcoming programming and events

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RECURRING EVENTS

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Wee Naturalists

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.

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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.

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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

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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.