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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 »
Join volunteer Cara Martinez-Williams to search for joe-pye weed, pokeweed, three different specie of Monarda and two species of jewelweed. Learn how these flowers were named and some of their early and even modern day uses. Registration is not required.Find out more »
Walk off the stress of the work week with a self-guided hike at Wildwood Park. The 3-mile walk on easy trails with short climbs will be at your own pace. Meet at the Olewine Nature Center. Dauphin County employees should sign in to receive 15 Wellness Rewards points. Bring water and wear comfortable walking shoes. Check www.wildwoodlake.org for cancellation information in case of rain. Registration is not required.Find out more »
Take this opportunity to work outside and help Wildwood's continued park and habitat enhancement projects. Tools and work gloves provided. Registration is required for groups of six or more. Go to www.wildwoodlake.org. The work day is cancelled if it is raining.Find out more »
Walking is a great way to get in shape. Enjoy a self-guided three mile walk at Wildwood Park on level trails. This walk starts at the nature center, heads up the Towpath Trail, continues on to the halfway point by the spillway, and returns by the same route, avoiding the hills on the east side of the park. Meet at the Olewine Nature Center. Dauphin County employee should sign in to receive 15 Wellness Rewards Points. Bring water and wear…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 »