Homeschool families should read the book, At Grandpa’s Sugar Bush by Margaret Carney prior to attending this month’s program. During the program we will discuss the book and then explore the maple sugaring process.
What's up? Stars, planets, and meteors, for a start! This three-part program will give you a solid knowledge foundation of observable sky objects and the equipment needed to get started in astronomy.
Check out the center all month long and search for the 20 paper coyotes hidden throughout.
Similar to a job shadowing program, participants will spend the day with animal professionals in the Zoo's Conservation Education Division for a one-of-a-kind experience.
Nothing fills David’s love of photography more than the colder seasons. This gallery, of both color and black-and-white photos, reflects his love for the beauty of fall and winter.
Through February 28
Join zoo staff for a unique 90-minute tour program that includes the opportunity to explore four separate areas to learn about animal care, behavior and conservation.
Nature is awaiting you so let’s get baby out to explore. We will start with activities indoors then hike the trails looking for signs of owls
Join us at our EM River model for a hands-on demonstration on how water moves through our environment.
Join us each month as we take a close look at the worth of common weeds.
St. Patrick’s Day is still a few weeks away but there is never a bad time to enjoy Irish music with its great energy and stirring lyrics.
Bring your family out to the CanalWay Center for a family movie night!
Join Cleveland Metroparks for the Annual Fat Bike Race and Celebration in Cleveland Metroparks.