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Visit naturally inspired trail side creations along Wildwood Park's wandering trails and wetlands. using mostly natural materials, artists have constructed large and small installations. A map-brochure about the exhibit is available. This exhibit will run from today until October 31, dawn to dusk.Find out more »
Why are some animals endangered or extinct? In this adventure scouts will examine the fascinating world of plants and animals and take a hike to search for signs of the fur, feathers, and ferns at Wildwood Park! Ideas for a vegetable or herb harden will be included. Bring lunch, water, and a snack. Register at www.wildwoodlake.org.Find out more »
Celebrate Wildwood Park's treasured wetlands with a day of free, fun, and educational activities. Special guests include musicians Mark DeRose and Randy Heisley-Cate. Throughout the day enjoy wildlife exhibits, displays, walks, talks, as well as a great representation of local and regional environmental organizations. There is something for everyone.Find out more »
It's a magical time in the marsh. Begin in the Olewine Pavilion where we will learn a little background about frogs of Wildwood. Then we'll take a walk in the twilight on Wildwood's boardwalks! As the sun goes down, participants will listen for night sounds and look for frogs and wildlife. All ages are welcome to attend. Bring a flashlight and dress for the weather. Register at www.wildwoodlake.org.Find out more »
Bring your paintbrush and your friends and join the Friends of Wildwood for our 2nd Annual Painting at the Park. All experience levels are welcome as Jenn Brown from Jenn's Craft parties will guide the group in creating a scene you might find at Wildwood Park. This year we are expanding to include youth. All materials as well as refreshments and drinks will be provided. Proceeds benefit the Friends of Wildwood. Register by May 15th by visiting www.wildwoodlake.org.Find out more »
Info and registration at www.hcckids.org Does your child have an interest in photography? In this newly designed camp, students will be loaned a digital camera and explore the operation and functions of the camera, lighting, and composition. Each lesson contains an introduction to a project with photography tips tailored to the assignment. The student will learn a single concept and photograph the subject in-the-field or in a classroom setting. This will give your child a great base for jumping into…Find out more »