Celebrate Women’s History Month with Historical Interpreter Jen Graham and learn how Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) life and society influenced the early U.S. women’s movement.
Bring your furry friend and walk on the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail and Towpath Trail!
Enjoy a cup of tea while learning about some of the famous women who have called Cleveland their home!
Thinking of enhancing your home landscape?
At this workshop, you can learn about Ukrainian pysanky eggs and traditions of egg dying, then try your hand in this intricate, step-by-step process.
Fee: $5 (includes materials)
Register by phone or online March 15 - April 4
Join us on a hike to the former location of the historic Camp Karamu and learn about its history.
The monthly Second Saturday walks are a great opportunity for birders of all skill levels to enjoy the woods and wetlands around the nature center. Series supported by Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society. Meet in the parking lot.
Tour Cleveland Metroparks largest waterfalls, as spring showers bring peak flows to these scenic and celebrated cataracts.
Ever wonder what bird is singing in your backyard? Join Beth Whiteley as we learn the sounds of northeast Ohio’s most common birds and then practice our new-found skills on a hike through the woods.