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Ohio Native Plant Month

March 31st, 2020

If there was ever a time to “think globally and act locally,” this April stands out as a perfect opportunity! This year Ohio will be among the first states in the country celebrating a Native Plant Month, while the 50th anniversary of Earth Day is commemorated around the world. House Bill 59, sponsored by Representative […]

Dancing Planets

March 27th, 2020

I know that it has been cloudy and rainy, but if we get a clear morning and/or evening it will be well worth your time to take the kids and spend some time under the early morning and evening skies. If you have been to the Planetarium you have heard me talk about our five […]

A Spring Symphony

March 20th, 2020

It’s the first day of spring and Mother Nature is tuning up for a springtime symphony! Listen to learn some of the melodies you’ll be hearing outdoors, and then go see if you can find them yourself! Happy Spring, everyone!  

Wilderness Wonderings: Testing for Limestone

March 17th, 2020

While TWC is closed and we aren’t able to offer in-person or on-site programming, we are going to be creating a series of fun, educational videos to engage folks of all ages. Schools are closed, but there is plenty your kids can learn right in the backyard! Over the next few weeks, join Karrie for […]

The Hyades Cluster

March 9th, 2020

This time of year, many are familiar with and can find the constellation Orion and his three belt stars all in a row.  However, just to the west of Orion is the constellation of Taurus the Bull with its own very recognizable “V” shape of stars called the Hyades star cluster forming the face of […]