October Programs

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October Programs2017-10-21T20:56:06+00:00

Walks with Whitney
October 7, 2-3:30pm
October 12, 10-11:30am

Join Executive Director Whitney Lash-Marshall for a listening session and walk to enjoy the wonder of Baltimore Woods. Along the way, ask questions, share your stories of why this place is special to you, and talk about your hopes for our future. Meet at the Interpretive Center and we’ll select a trail for our hike as a group. This program is free.

October 14: Autumnal Fairy Festival at Baltimore Woods   12-4pm

One remarkable day in autumn, when the trees are a flutter with the colors of fall, the enchanted side of Baltimore Woods shimmers through. Fairies, trolls, and other fantastical creatures can be seen and heard frolicking through the forest. All humans and magical beings are invited to meet the fairy queen, explore the enchanted trails, stroll through our labyrinth and make fairy houses in the gardens! Costumes are encouraged and imagination is a must! More details can be found on our website. $10 members, $15 public. Children under 3 are free.

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October 20: Star Party: Hello Fall Skies    7:30-9:30pm

Fall skies, with their galaxies and clusters, plus great views of Uranus and Neptune, and maybe a few meteors from the Orionids, which peak about this time every year. Bring a lawn chair to lie back and watch for meteors. Back-up date: October 21. For all ages. $6 members; $9 public.

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October 21: Autumnal Owl Prowl    7-8:30pm

It’s going to be a beautiful evening and we have walk-in space available for tonight’s Owl Prowl, so come out and join us!

Knock knock! Who’s there? Owls! Owls who? Yes they do! Join us on a mysterious nighttime walk in search of the owls that hang out in Baltimore Woods. Whooo knows what we’ll find? Recommended for ages 8 and up. $6 members; $9 public.

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October 26: As the Crow Flies    10-11:30am
Program for adults!

Feared as symbols of death, revered by religions, cultures, and civilizations as creator of the world, or trickster gods, ravens and crows are so intelligent as to be nicknamed “feathered primates. Join us at The Woods. to learn all this and more about your favorite feathered Corvids.  $6 public; $9 public.

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