All programs meet at the Interpretive Building, unless otherwise noted.
Learn about the first frogs and salamanders to emerge in the springtime. Take a hike to the woodland pools where they lay their eggs, and see if you can spot them. Don’t forget your flashlight!
Environment Investigators’ programs are geared for all ages of children working with adults.
Learn how to read the signs left by wild animals – from tracks to browse to scat! Then, go out on the trails to learn about the animals of the forest and to discover what they have been doing.
Interested in learning more about volunteering at TWC? Join us for this informative meeting to find out where you can help! We will have event sign-ups and snacks. Hope to see you there!
We are “Thankful for for our Volunteers” ! Come join us for a fun, entertaining get together celebrating our volunteers! Please RSVP to Debbie, our Volunteer Coordinator.
Learn the natural history of the area and season. Spend a morning on a walk around one of the trails with at TWC guide!
This class is designed for children ages 2-4 with an adult partner. We will do basic rhythm, tonal and movement activities, all based on the seasonal nature that is happening outside the window. Join Education Specialist Karrie McAllister and be prepared to sing, dance, play simple instruments and be active with your child!
Free for members; donation requested for non-members
The Wilderness Center Astronomy Club members present a planetarium show about the night sky. If it is clear, you can observe celestial objects through different types of telescopes.
Enjoy an early morning walk with TWC Bird Club! All ages are welcome.
Learn about bluebirds, bluebird trails and make a bluebird box to take home if you wish. TWC Bird Club members will instruct you on box placement and how to attract bluebirds to your yard. Payment for the bluebird box can be made the day of the program.