Come meet the owls at the aviary at North Chagrin. Owl biofacts will be available to see and touch, and a naturalist will be available to answer all your owl related questions.
Plants supplied most medicines in the not too distant past. Join Naturalist Kathy Schmidt for a short indoor program followed by a hike to search for these healing plants.
Stop by the nature center to learn more about these fascinating and misunderstood creatures. Moths are cool, and this is the week to celebrate them.
A historical interpreter discusses the Cuyahoga River fire and how it helped paved the way in the environmental movement.
How did paper change the world? Join Historical Interpreter Jen Graham to learn the history of papermaking and book creation, then make your own journal to fill with stories and secrets.
Draw and paint with us! Members of the Emerald Necklace Art Club are invited to bring their favorite medium as we appreciate the signs of the season. Not a member? Sign up at clevelandmetroparks.com/ENAC.
Join us for a presentation on Going for the Gold: The Beauty and Importance of Goldenrods by Judy Semroc of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Let's take a closer look at how we use water, how to conserve water, and some of the creatures that share our water source.
Bring in two shots each for July, August and September to show off the photographic variety of the summer season. Emphasize nature images taken locally.
Learn the basics to having a safe and enjoyable backcountry experience.
Winter preparations in the hive have already begun. Learn what to look at now so your bees are ready in November. We will discuss the right food stores and how to help your bees if pests or disease are present.
Experience nature through the seasons. We will record our observations in a journal of our own creation. You may want to bring a camera. Annual fee: $20 for supplies.