Are you interested in attracting more wildlife to your yard?
Learn about the rewarding ways you can volunteer with the Doan Brook Watershed Partnership.
Drop off preschool. Register online beginning 9:30 a.m. March 27 - 5 p.m. April 3
Create a bowl using ancient techniques.
Join our certified merit badge counselors for an interactive program designed to complete requirements 1-9 & 10 of this merit badge.
Excellent storytelling artists bring entertaining and enlightening stories to you. After hearing their tales, enjoy refreshments and enjoy tales shared by audience members.
Bring your child to discover the fun of archery. Registration and $5 fee.
Discover the fun of archery surrounded by nature.
Spring can be one of the most beautiful seasons of the year, so let’s take a picture of it! Stop in to learn some tips on how to capture that perfect moment.
We will learn how climate scientists use ice cores to gather historic climate data, then we'll solve a mystery by examining our own ice cores.
Customize your garden by making your own concrete stepping stones.
Have you ever found a feather and wonder what bird dropped it?
Learn what this local nonprofit group is doing to improve the quality of our neighborhoods through conservation, restoration, vacant land repurposing and trail development.
This popular three-part workshop (April 22 and May 6 also) provides the tools you need to identify wildflowers.
Join professional watercolorist Jan Mettee for painting and demonstrations in watercolor.
Kris Gaughan will present beekeeping essentials for beginners.
You can protect and show you care for the environment through art!
There are many creatures that live in our streams, including spineless crawlers under the rocks.
Have you ever found an empty nest and wondered what bird built it?
Discover how fun yet challenging outdoor/natural rock climbing can be during these “Try-Its.” Participants can register for 1.5-hour samplers of rock climbing.
Stop by to make a fun craft in honor of International Migratory Bird Day.
Dive into the curious world of plant defense traits.
Learn about some local Ohio plants that have been used in unique ways.
Bring your yard to life with beautiful blooms and amazing birds.
Botany played an important, but often overlooked, role in both world wars. From victory gardens to milkweed drives.
Learn how to use pigments from nature’s flora to create art.
Join us as we venture to Rhinebeck, NY during peak fall color for this amazing fiber festival. Reservations and fee.