Join us as Sue Milinkovich shares what it means when someone says abstract photography. She will explore the key components of abstract photography and different ways an image can be captured all around us. Come learn some new ways to use your artistic and creative skills to create some fun and exciting photography. Preregistration online required. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
Join us as Sue Milinkovich leads us in depth to learn about abstract photography. Demonstrations, interactive discussions, practice stations, along with time to process images for a critique will be part of this workshop. Registration will be limited to 15 participants to allow more one-on-one time with Sue to learn how to capture and create abstracts. Preregistration online required. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
It’s cold and flu season…prime time to learn how to make elderberry syrup and learn about an ancient plant. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
Beginning in Fall 2020, Cincinnati Nature Center will offer a new Kindergarten–2nd grade (K-2) school! Please join us for a parents’ information session in the Pine Room of Rowe Visitor Center to learn about this wonderful new opportunity for children! You’ll meet our teaching staff and learn more about this exciting new school that will be opening this fall.
An alternative to the traditional program, our K–2 program will emphasize STEAM education through a nature-based and Montessori style approach. Children who attend the K–2 program will not only meet Ohio Learning standards but will engage in experiential learning and creative discovery. They will also perform Citizen Science Projects by studying wildlife while collecting data.
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Tisha Luthy, Early Childhood Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Love is in the maple-scented air at Rowe Woods! Join us and treat your mate with this sweet, behind the scenes look at all things maple. Walk hand in hand to the sugarbush in the soft light of a lantern while enjoying a maple historical talk. Marvel at the glowing hot rocks used in ancient rock boiling while sharing a savory maple hors d’oeuvre. Learn how maple toffee is made while sipping on maple cocktails and discover which cheeses pair well with maple syrup while inhaling the steam in the sugarhouse. This tour couples the historical and modern day production of maple syrup with maple-related dishes and beverages to delight the senses.
Member couples $40; nonmember couples $55 (includes daily admission).
Enjoy the best of maple season during this family-friendly event featuring maple beer crafted by HighGrain Brewing Company using our own maple syrup. Discover the process of making maple syrup, take a maple hike, learn how the beer was made, savor syrup from the evaporator, enjoy complimentary maple-related bites from area restaurants, play team maple trivia, and more!
Limited tickets are available at the event. Tickets are no longer on sale online.
We are sorry. This program has been CANCELED.
Join certified interpretive trainers Jason Neumann and Dan Best for a four-day course about techniques and tips for effectively interpreting information to lay people in a way that is personally relevant and engaging. If you work for, or hope to work for, a nature center, museum or other organization where docents and guides are used, this training may be for you. Also relevant for high school teachers and college professors who want to better inspire and engage their students. Curriculum, certification, and registration are through National Association for Interpretation (NAI). This course will meet on consecutive days, March 17 through March 20, 2019 from 8:30 am until 5 pm.
Registration Cost: $230 (Certification is an additional $150)
Preregistration (through National Association for Interpretation) is required.
Stop in the Rowe Visitor Center for a free evening of wine and food samples, listen to local music, peruse our Nature Shop for unique items, and learn about everything Cincinnati Nature Center has to offer.
No registration required. Free to all.
In this hands-on class, we’ll cover best practices for attracting and raising native mason bees. Please click on the TIckets button for more information or to register.
While hiking and learning to identify flowers, we’ll unveil a relationship between ants, 100-year-old wildflowers and the trees above them. Click on the Tickets button for more information.