Events for November 2, 2019
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Garden Design is a process that uses science and art to solve problems and create places of beauty and use. In this workshop, join Debra Knapke to explore the tools and rules of design and delve into issues that every garden has: soil type and compaction, plant success and failure, drainage difficulties, hardscape headaches, and […]Find out more »
This exhibit will showcase 19th and 20th Century photographs from the archives of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society. These images feature breathtaking, snow-covered landscapes, downtown Youngstown decked for the holidays, people enjoying winter pastimes, and more. Meet the Curator: 12/7 | 5 – 7 pmFind out more »
Take the Chipmunk Challenge! Stop by the Ford Nature Center during the month of November and use your power of observation to learn about chipmunks. Learn to be a scientist by picking up a form to record you observations. Then turn it back in to get a prize. All ages can join in on the […]Find out more »
Bring your pup for a hike along East Cohasset Hike and Bike Trail and gaze amongst the beautiful vistas and trees that are still green. We will be venturing around our oldest lake, which got its name from the Native American word Cohasset, meaning “Place of Hemlocks” or “Place of Pines”. Call Wick Recreation Area, […]Find out more »
Bring your own boat for our last kayak trip of the season. Participants must be at least 18 and sign a waiver. Weather dependent. Offered in partnership with Trumbull Canoe Trails. Free, but please register at Wick Recreation Area, 330.740.7114 X 282 by 10/31.Find out more »
Program Registration Policy
Registrations for programs are processed on a first come/first serve basis in the order that payment is received. Payment is due upon registration. Registration is required 48 hours in advance for all programs (except when noted). Some programs will accept registration after the 48 hour deadline with an additional fee. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, cash, and checks are accepted. Programs are held rain, snow, or shine. Please be advised that if you elect to come to a program, that is not advertised as drop-in, without pre-registering and paying, you may be turned away if the instructor cannot accommodate you. If you do attend a program as a drop-in, you must pay with exact cash or a check made out to Mill Creek MetroParks.
Cancellations less than 48 hours are non-refundable. Cancellations less than one week, but before 48 hour deadline will have a 10% cancellation fee. Cancellations made one week prior will receive a full refund. No program credits or transfers will be given. Many programs will allow you to send an alternate participant if you are unable to attend. Please contact the facility prior to the program, otherwise the alternate will not be accepted. A full refund will be issued if the program is cancelled by Mill Creek MetroParks.