Help local creatures of the night by designing and building your own Bat House! Learn some new skills and make new friends, all the while making a new home for our flying mammal friends! All materials and tools will be provided. Space is limited; registration encouraged. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Spread some sunshine by creating wildflower seed bombs, crafting a pet rock and assembling a pocket-sized nature collection to carry with you everywhere you go. Best for elementary and tweens.
Craft a pet rock and assemble a pocket-sized nature collection to carry with you everywhere you go. Appropriate for kids ages 5-12. Space is limited; registration is required.
Explore something new during a mySummer like no other. This year, we’ve partnered with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to bring you new opportunities to discover worlds – from backyard ecosystems to life on Mars. Kick-start your mySummer adventure. Sign up for programs, visit with staff and more. All ages welcome.
I truly love the late Mary Oliver's poetry. Most recently, I finished her Blue Horses collection. She had such a sincere love for nature and all that it contains. Oliver had the most brilliant way of getting you to notice those things in nature that you would might not otherwise give a second glance.
Butterflies are important pollinators and the Butterfly Pavilion will be here to educate us on how to provide elements that help attract these beautiful animals to our backyard. From food, water, and shelter, learn how to create an inviting environment in your yard for butterflies.
Join us as we kick-off the PBJ series with a special guest speaker from the Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center! This new program series is a monthly family-style book club with a focus on young readers and the wonderful world of picture books. Join us as we explore picture books that take us Into the Wild, hear from our Greenwood Wildlife guest and have a blast helping young readers develop a love for learning and books. Appropriate for families with young readers up to second grade.
Nature’s bounty is everywhere - if you know what to look for. Learn how to identify, collect, and cook a variety of delicious foods freely found in nature. Bring your appetite and an adventurous spirit. Best for teens and tweens. Space is limited; registration encouraged. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Back by popular demand: Our four-legged friends from Caramel Apple Farms will visit Anythink Perl Mack. All ages are invited to stop by to ask questions and learn more about these fun, quirky creatures. In addition to interacting with the goats, this year will include opportunities to learn how to milk them.