Meet the plant and animal neighbors of Emily Oaks. You'll
discover fascinating facts about the critters that live on the
Nature Center block, and you might even be introduced to some of
the neighbors in person. There will be entertaining activities and
earth-friendly foods for sale. Native wildflowers and grasses ready
for planting will be for sale during the event also.
Take a guided walk to learn about and view the delicate blooms
of the woodland wildflowers. For adults and children 8+; register
by April 25.
A series of free monthly hands-on art days. Each of the Get In,
Get Art days is centered on a theme. Today's theme is "Get Green."
From building a birdhouse to creating green products, the art of
honoring the earth will put "green" on your palette.
Includes face painters, bouncy jumper, drum circle with Jason Litwin and professional storyteller Nili Yelin. Plus, music by Mr. Blotto with David B. Allen, JohnnyV & the Killer Bzzz, Jay Vonn, October Road and A Bloke Named Smokey.
A highly visual magic show that appeals to a multi-generational
audience and includes much participation. Sean Masterson's original
presentations combine sleight-of-hand illusions with skilled
storytelling to create an experience that is both amazing and
Indoor juried art show features a free children's art workshop, live music, the Palette Cafe featuring grilled chicken, brats, burger, fresh salads and home-baked goodies.
One of the nation's largest model railroads - over 1400 feet of
track - will have train operations throughout the afternoon.
Features 150 pet-related companies, several petting areas and
opportunities to see face to face everything pet related. Plus,
local rescues, pet services, and pet products, magic acts, cold
blooded creatures, pony rides and more. Dogs, cats and other
animals available for adoption.
Learn all the basics of fishing including how to rig a pole,
bait the hook, cast and handle fish. We'll be fishing rain or
shine, so please dress for the weather. Parents need to remain with
children during the class. Designed for those ages 5-11. Bring
folding lawn chairs and remember your camera! All bait and tackle
Learn how the ancient Egyptians cared for the Earth and how they thought it was created. Learn the ancient Egyptian names for animals and hieroglyphs for nature, and create one of ancient Egypt’s favorite games out of recycled materials (BYO empty egg carton).