Venture into the moonlit sugarbush as we collect pails of glimmering sap and discover the history of maple tapping’s past. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
Stay fit and have fun with these conditioning hikes for adults. These hikes are for those who desire six to seven miles of brisk-paced hiking with hills, steps, and streams. We will hike in small groups with varying speeds. Our goal is to keep moving and provide everyone with a good workout. Participants should be stretched and ready to go. You must RSVP for this hike through www.meetup.com, and we ask that you update your RSVP if your plans change. We may have to cancel this hike due to weather, so always be sure to check your email before you head out. Cincinnati Nature Center members are free; non-members pay daily admission.
In an increasingly virtual world, Children’s Saturday Programs offer your child the opportunity to be immersed in hands-on, in-person learning in an idyllic outdoor setting. Stroll through the forest, collect maple sap, hunt for newts in the pond, and savor signs of spring. Designed for ages 4-5, these programs inspire children to learn about nature while encouraging curiosity, exploration, and wonderment.
Join us for Little Hikers, formerly known as A Hiking We WIll Go.
Saturdays, 10:30 am-1 pm
- February 27
- March 27
- April 24
- May 29
Member child $90; nonmember child $105 (includes daily admission)
Registration opens December 1 at 9 am. Registration includes full series of four classes (February-May). Registration takes place in our UltraCamp system. Please click the Tickets button for more information.
Hit the trails at night and enjoy the full moon and natural history readings.
Discover the joy of attracting hummingbirds, nature’s flying jewels! Please click on Tickets button for more information about this virtual class.
Whooo’s hootin’ at whoooo? Learn the different species of owls in our area and take a hike to visit our neighbors down in the holler. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
United Plant Savers Executive Director Susan Leopold, PhD, will share information about medicinal plant biodiversity and conservation in this live online presentation. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
Create a home for native Mason Bees in this family-friendly virtual workshop. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.
Whooooo is on the prowl!?
Discover some fun facts about our local owls and what makes them different from other birds. Click on the Tickets button for more information or to register.