2020 Goal: Increase participation in recreational and educational activities, events and venues that get people outdoors into nature by 25%.

Our Mission

The Outdoor team brings together facility managers, marketing directors and nature educators to develop strategies to get more people to become aware and take advantage of the many outdoor recreational and nature education opportunities available in the region around Cincinnati.

Action Plan

The team also plays a lead role in developing and promoting Green Umbrella's annual Great Outdoor Weekend each September.

We love to see people get outside and take advantage of all of the outdoor recreation and environmental education resources available in our region. Check out this calendar of events hosted by Green Umbrella members and call a friend to say "Meet Me Outdoors!"

You can also find out about great ways to get outside at the Meet Me Outdoors Facebook page.

Our Action Team Chairs

Contact one of the Co-Chairs if you would like info on this Action Team:

Chris Clements, Imago

Owen Nyswonger, REI

Meetings are typically the 1st Thursday of the Month, 8:30 - 10:00 am at REI in Rookwood.

Meet Me Outdoors!

    • February 07, 2019
    • December 05, 2019
    • 11 sessions
    • REI - Rookwood Commons 2643 Edmondson Rd Cincinnati , OH 45209

    Organizer: Green Umbrella

    Meets monthly on the first Thursday of each month, 8:30 - 10:00 am.


    • February 25, 2019
    • June 24, 2019
    • 5 sessions
    • Civic Garden Center, 2715 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206

    We are resuming our Yoga in the Garden series in partnership with Melting Yoga this month. Join us, and our wonderful instructor Erin Crowley, for a restorative yoga class the last Monday of each month. Just be sure to bring your yoga mat, and a donation if you wish (not necessary).

    Class Structure:
    Soft, gradual hatha yoga style sequencing - linking the breath with movement. Focused upon restorative flow and gentle yogic practices. Including varied meditation/relaxation exercises.

    Intention:
    Becoming aware of and easing the mind through gentle movement. Nurturing ourselves to become of better service to others. Developing compassion for self and others, supporting the power of community and philanthropy, and embracing the beauty of nature that surrounds us.

    Donation-Based Giveback Opportunity:
    Melting Yoga is partnering with the CGC to offer the series by donation (suggested $5 and/or 5 non-perishable foods or goods; or contribute what you are able). Please feel free to choose one or BOTH options!
    Cash donations will support our local Civic Garden Center and non-perishable goods will support the current food desert existing in our neighboring community of Walnut Hills. We encourage non-perishable foods (including baby foods) but also personal-care items like toothpaste, toothbrushes, feminine care and other toiletries.

    • March 15, 2019
    • November 04, 2019
    • 101 sessions
    • Various

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

    Meet friends and stay motivated to exercise in a safe and friendly environment.

    Great Parks' Walk Club is a free, flexible exercise program designed for adults ages 50 and up. The program features regularly scheduled, volunteer-led walks March 15-November 4, 2019. The 2019 season starts with a group Kick-Off on March 13 and wraps up with a 5K/Finale on November 6.

    About the Walks

    Members meet up Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:30 a.m. at these five locations:

    1. Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve
    2. Fernbank Park
    3. Miami Whitewater Forest
    4. Sharon Woods
    5. Winton Woods

    Stick to your favorite park or enjoy a new one each week. You choose where and how often you want to walk.

    A Great Parks' volunteer may be present at each location as a Walk Club host to help answer any questions you may have. Walks will take place rain or shine. In cases of severe weather (lightning, ice, etc.), Walk Club hosts will not be available, so please use your best judgment. 

    If you have any questions, call 513-521-7275 or email.

    Learn more and register for the walk club here!

    • March 16, 2019
    • May 28, 2019
    • 33 sessions
    • Everybody's Treehouse, 1212 Trail Ridge Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45223

    Organization: Cincinnati Parks

    Spring Schedule

    Join the Tour Guides for some fresh air! Every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 am.

    Remember, all of our hikes begin at Everybody’s Treehouse, so come and take a hike with us!

    Trail Maps

    There’s a trail that matches every level of fitness. Below is a map of the trails at Mt. Airy Forest. We regularly take hikes for beginners, experienced hikers, and anyone in between! The Stone Steps is our most challenging trail, and a great cardio workout to add to your fitness schedule.

    Learn more about the Cincinnati Parks Hiking Club here!

    Make sure you complete this Liability Waiver before your first hike!

    • March 16, 2019
    • April 07, 2019
    • 2 sessions

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

    Aiming for a new way to enjoy the great outdoors? Try out your skills with a little target practice! An Adventure Outpost instructor will guide you through the basics of shooting a compound bow and teach you the archery steps to success. All equipment is provided. For ages 10 and up. Winton Woods/Adventure Outpost

    $20/person, register by 3 days in advance here!

    • March 21, 2019
    • May 30, 2019
    • 8 sessions
    • Various
    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County
    It’s turtles and snakes and frogs … oh my! Learn how nature survives and adapts in our ever-changing world during these free evening programs at Embshoff Woods and Fernbank Park this spring.
     
    Nature Night: Turtle Hurdles
    Thu 3/21, 6:30 p.m. at Embshoff Woods/Rivermount Shelter
    Thu 3/28, 6:30 p.m. at Fernbank Park/Tecumseh Shelter
    Step out of your shell and explore the fast-paced life of Ohio turtles. Meet some animal ambassadors and, from carapaces to tails, discover the unique adaptations that enable turtles to survive for up to 40 years or more.
     
    Nature Night: Slithering Snakes
    Thu 4/18, 6:30 p.m. at Embshoff Woods/Rivermount Shelter
    Thu 4/25, 6:30 p.m. at Fernbank Park/Tecumseh Shelter
    Slide and slither your way to discover the ins and outs of snakes. Meet some animal ambassadors and step into the wonderful world of these often misunderstood reptiles.
     
    Nature Night: Tree-mendous Trees
    Thu 5/9, 6:30 p.m. at Embshoff Woods/Rivermount Shelter
    Thu 5/16, 6:30 p.m. at Fernbank Park/Tecumseh Shelter
    From buds and blossoms to roots and bark, trees have a variety of secrets to share. Learn the basics of tree identification and explore the forest with new eyes as spring awakens these silent giants.
     
    Nature Night: Amazing Amphibians
    Thu 5/23, 6:30 p.m. at Embshoff Woods/Rivermount Shelter
    Thu 5/30, 6:30 p.m. at Fernbank Park/Tecumseh Shelter
    Discover the hidden world of frogs, toads and salamanders while meeting some live animals. Afterward, join us on an amphibian hike to find them hiding in plain sight.
     

    Embshoff Woods is located at 4050 Paul Rd, Cincinnati, OH and Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve is located at 3455 Poole Rd, Colerain Township, OH.

    • March 26, 2019
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Carol Ann's Carousel, 8 E Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202

    Organization: Cincinnati Parks

    Terrarium, I’m all ajar! Come create your unique terrarium scenes with natured themed objects, ready for your succulent or plant to be added! 

    Cost: $8.00, age 55+, supplies included (succulent or plant not included)

    Learn more and register here!

    • March 26, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 2 East Main Street, Addyston, Ohio 45001

    Organization: Western Wildlife Corridor

    The Western Wildlife Corridor is pleased to announce that local natural historian Stanley Hedeen, Ph.D. and Professor Emeritus, Xavier University, will present “Reading the Landscape: Cincinnati’s Geology and Ecosystems” to the WWC membership. Dr. Hedeen is the founder of Groundwork Cincinnati and author of the books Natural History of the Cincinnati Region and The Mill Creek: An Unnatural History of an Urban Stream. Dr. Hedeen will cover topics including the region’s geology, glacial history, soils, streams and ecosystems, with special emphasis on the Western Wildlife Corridor.

    Cost: There is no cost, but registration is required. Register now to ensure your seat!

    How to get there: The Kirby Nature Center is located at 2 Main Street, Addyston, OH 45001, just off River Road. To get there from north and east of Addyston, go west on Cleves Warsaw into Addyston, where the name changes to Main Street. Continue past South Road – there is a storage building on the corner on the right, then a stone wall with an opening for a driveway flanked by large stone pillars. Turn in the driveway - this is it!
     
    If you are coming from the west or are close to Route 50, take 50 into Addyston and turn onto Dinning Lane, the small connector street opposite Ineos. Go right on Main, go past First and Second Streets and continue up the hill then down the next slope. You will see the stone walls and opening with the large pillars on your left (this is it again). If you get to South Road, you just passed it.

    • March 27, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Tangeman University Center, Room 400A, 2766 UC MainStreet, Cincinnati OH 45221

    Organization: UC Sustainability Committee

    Join UC|Sustainability for a talk with Professor Matthew Lynch.

    Lynch collaborates with a variety of partners on artworks that range from installations to sculptural objects and material imagery. He brings an experimental and satirical approach that subverts conventional applications for engineered building products to inspire critical investigation of our designed environment. Since 1996, Matt has collaborated with Steve Badgett under the name SIMPARCH. SIMPARCH creates site specific structures for communal interaction and social exchange. SIMPARCH produced a permanent commission by the General Services Commission for a newly constructed Land Port of Entry in Fabens, TX. In 2015, Lynch began working with Curtis Goldstein (UC MFA 2013) to create mosaics with Formica laminate. These labor and industry themed mosaics can be seen at The Cincinnati Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Center, and The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. Matt holds an MFA from Syracuse University and a BFA from Ball State University.

    Learn more and RSVP here!

    • March 27, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • pin Civic Garden Center, 2715 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45206

    Organization: Civic Garden Center

    Seed Starting: Learn the process of starting plants from seeds, indoors and out. Thriving Garden Practices: Learn about crop rotation, beneficial insects, weeding, mulching and more.

    Instructor: Greg Potter, Community Gardens Coordinator, Civic Garden Center
    Cost: $15 (free for CGC volunteers)

    Learn more here!

    • March 29, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • 9001 Mt Hope Rd, Harrison, OH 45030

    Organization: Audubon Society of Ohio

    Contact: Brian Keane: telephone (513) 961-4476, email keaneb@muohio.edu

    Join us for this unique field trip, the general theme of which is night sounds, or more specifically, nocturnal vocalizations. This trip has proven to be quite popular over the past several years and has become an annual event. If you’re looking for something different you might not want to miss this one.

    Join our trip leader Brian Keene for what should be a leisurely evening/night walk around the Miami Whitewater Wetlands known as Shaker Trace. Brian is a Zoology Professor at Miami University and is a past president and current board member of our Audubon Chapter. Brian is a skilled naturalist and an expert in vertebrate zoology. His goal on this night will be to find and identify a variety of wildlife by ear.

    Brian plans to begin the trip with a leisurely walk around the marsh for about an hour before sunset. On our walk around the marsh we should see several species of waterfowl, Wilson’s Snipe, Northern Harrier and other hawks and songbirds. At dusk we will listen for the raspy flight calls of snipe and the “peenting” of American Woodcock. Once woodcock are located by sound we will be able to watch their courtship displays, at least until it gets to dark to see them. We should hear many and see several. Once darkness has completely fallen we will turn our attention to the amphibian chorus which should be quite loud in this wetland habitat. American Toads, Spring Peepers and Chorus Frogs should dominate the musical, but Wood Frogs and Leopard Frogs might be heard as well. Other species that might possibly be heard during our walk would be our resident owls. There is no guarantee here, but Great Horned, Barred and Eastern Screech are all locally present. Even howling coyotes are possible as they are becoming quite common in our rural areas. We are still a week or two early on this date for rails and bitterns, but they are known for their nocturnal vocalizations as well. So come out and join Brian for what will most certainly be a fun and interesting trip under a night sky.

    Note that sunset on March 29th is 7:58 PM and Civil Twilight ends (becomes totally dark) at 8:25 PM. The trip will consist of level, moderate walking. However the trails through the wetlands are not all paved and can be damp and muddy, so wear appropriate footwear. Heavy rain at the time will cancel this trip but we have set a rain date for the following evening, Saturday March 30th, same time same place.

    This trip should end a couple hours after sunset, around 09:45 PM. There are no restroom facilities at the Miami Whitewater wetlands, but they are available in the main park area nearby. It can be very cold in mid-March, especially in a marsh at night, so dress accordingly. Binoculars are not essential on this trip but are highly recommended. A Hamilton County Park Motor Vehicle Permit is required ($5.00 daily, $10.00 annual) at Miami Whitewater for each vehicle. If you have any questions feel free to contact Brian.

    Learn more about the event here!

    Directions: We will begin our walk at 7:00 p.m. sharp from the wetlands parking area on Baughman Road, so try to arrive a bit before 7:00. From I-74, take the Dry Fork Road exit # 3, and turn right. Continue past West Rd, and stay on Dry Fork until it ends. Turn right onto New Haven Road. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Oxford Road, and then immediately left again onto Baughman Road. Go about .6 of a mile to the parking area on the right side of the road, just past the bike trail crossing.

    For a park map, directions and other info visit the Miami Whitewater/Great Parks website.

    • March 29, 2019
    • April 07, 2019
    • 4 sessions
    • Various

    Organization: Walterhoope

    What:

    Lungs is a play about the messiness of love, the rapidity of our lives, and the immensity of climate change. Two actors immerse the audience in a visceral, non-stop performance. Featuring discussion with the cast and local environmental activists!

    Get Tickets: 

    Space is limited! Tickets are $15 at Walterhoope.com or cash at the door. Through March 22, general admission is just $10! 

    Xavier students and Faculty get in FREE with ID! Or reserve online with code: XULUNGS

    Where and When:

    Xavier University
    Edgecliff Recital Hall
    1512 Herald Ave
    March 29 at 7:30 PM
    March 30 at 7:30 PM

    Liberty Exhibition Hall
    3839 Spring Grover Ave
    April 5 at 7:30 PM
    April 7 at 6:00 PM
    • March 30, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Kingfisher Trail, 10245 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

    Lost in the wilderness and dehydrated? Not a scenario anyone wants to experience firsthand. Work with a female instructor to learn how to translate what’s on the map to what’s underfoot in order to find your way out of sticky situations. Maps and compasses are provided. For ages 12 and up. Winton Woods/Kingfisher Trail ($15/person, register by 3/27) 

    Venture into the outdoors to cultivate your skills, discover new friends, and begin your next great adventure. Join our female guides on the trail, in the woods and on the water as we build confidence and community together. 

    Classes are for girls and women ages 8 and up, unless otherwise noted. Classes will be held outdoors, so please dress appropriately for the weather.

    Learn more and register here!

    • March 30, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 2 Main Street Addyston, OH 45001

    Organization:  Western Wildlife Corridor

    What: Habitat restoration at and light trail maintenance at the Bender Mountain Nature Preserve. To get more information about habitat restoration, see our Frequently Asked Questions.

    Project leaders:  Jeff 513.451.1737 and Bob 513.251.5352.

    How to get there:
    We will be meeting at the parking lot of Kraft Electrical Contracting, who kindly are allowing us to use their parking lot. It's located at:
         5710 Hillside Ave
         Cincinnati, OH 45233

    Additional information: dress for the weather and wear shoes suitable for working in the woods. It could be muddy. Learn more here!

    • March 30, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Civic Garden Center, 2715 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45206

    Organization: Civic Garden Center

    Springtime in the forests of Southwest Ohio greets us with brief and sudden flashes of flowers. These flowers are collectively known as “spring ephemerals” because of their short bloom time. Taking advantage of early spring light, before being shaded by the leafing out of the deciduous canopy, these small flowers carpet the forest floor with hues of white, yellow and blue. Additionally, many of these spring ephemerals provided an important early season food source for insects limbering up from a cold winter. This class will introduce the participant to some of these early bloomers and provide information on their life histories, and cultivation in your woodland garden. This class is offered in partnership with Communiversity; class will be held a the Civic Garden Center.

    Instructor: Greg Torres, CGC Horticulturist
    Cost: $15 (free for CGC volunteers)

    Learn more here!

    • March 30, 2019
    • 11:00 AM
    • 3310 Ruther Ave

    Organization: UC Sustainability

    Join UC|Sustainability for a day of garden work! We'll be getting the garden ready for the season.

    • March 30, 2019
    • May 11, 2019
    • 4 sessions
    • Various

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

    Take steps toward better health and get wellness tips from a local doctor – for free! Walks are on a Saturday at 11 a.m. at different park locations.
     

    March 30: Winton Woods/Kingfisher Trail
    10245 Winton Road

    April 13: Miami Whitewater Forest/Tallgrass Prairie Trail
    9001 Mt. Hope Road

    April 27: Glenwood Gardens/Cotswold Visitor Centre
    10397 Springfield Pike.

    May 11: Winton Woods/Fitness Trail
    10245 Winton Road


            See Great Parks’ calendar of events for information. Learn more about the national Walk With a Doc program at www.walkwithadoc.org.

            • March 30, 2019
            • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
            • Hayfields Orchard, 8835 Old Indian Hill Road Cincinnati, OH 45243

            A hands-on workshop in grafting fruit trees - participants will receive instruction in the different techniques of grafting fruit trees. Rootstock, scionwood as well as tools will be provided for participants to graft their own fruit trees. Participants will leave with several newly grafted fruit trees to plant at home or in community gardens. 

            With Hayfields Orchard's diverse selection of fruit tree varieties, grown on a variety of rootstocks, it is an ideal location for the workshop.The workshops are co-sponsored by the Cincinnati Area Organic Fruit Growers and Turner Farm Community Garden Program.  The workshops will be taught by David K Koester, UK Extension Boone County Agent and Hayfield orchardist Marsha Lindner, with the assistance of Peter Huttinger, Turner Farm Community Garden Program.

            Fee: $20

            How to Register: Workshop is open to the public, however it is limited to 25 participants so please enroll early. To register please contact: 

            Marsha Lindner
            Hayfields Orchard
            blindner@fuse.net

            Proceeds from the workshop will benefit the Turner Farm Community Garden Program.

            • March 30, 2019
            • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
            • Imago, 700 Enright Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45205

            Organization: Imago

            Learn how to make your Spring Cleaning more sustainable this year by joining us for a Green Cleaning workshop. Participants will be able to expand their personal sustainability toolkits with recipes for everyday cleaners that can be easily incorporate into your household cleaning routine. This workshop offers truly effective cleaning solutions that are safe and natural but a step up from the old school vinegar and baking soda approach. Participants will make and take their own Green Cleaning starter kit.

            Presented by Carisa Bunten:
            Carisa Bunten, an NKU graduate and small business owner, has worked at her family owned and operated apothecary shop in Newport, Kentucky since 1999. Her brick and mortar shop carries an extensive line of essential oils, all natural bulk teas, herbs, and spices, handmade soaps and many other all natural household and body wares crafted and sold onsite. Stemming from her business she has had the honor of conducting hands on make and take DIY workshops throughout the tristate area Public Library systems, Senior Communities, and Civic Centers for over 15 years. Visit Carisa’s store at 114 East 7th Street Newport, KY or www.seventhstreetgifts.com


            • April 02, 2019
            • 2 sessions
            • Sharon Woods, 11450 Lebanon Rd, Sharonville, OH 45241

            Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

            Nature has many stories to tell. Families are invited to join the nature interpreters for a nature-themed story. Sharon Woods/Sharon Centre (Free)

            Learn more here!


            • April 02, 2019
            • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
            • Buttercup Valley in Parker Woods, 4500 Langland ST Cincinnati, OH, 45223

            Organization: Civic Garden Center

            Join a professional Horticulturist on a 1.5 hour hike and lecture in which he offers insight on local tree and plant ecology. You’ll gain specific I.D. tips for the native trees encountered on the hike, as well as an overview of their soil/topography/hydrology preferences within their niche. The hike & lecture will be held at Buttercup Valley in Parker Woods, Northside. To register, click here.

            • April 02, 2019
            • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
            • Cincinnati REI, 2643 Edmondson Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45209

            Organization: REI

            This class is designed to give the prospective Appalachian Trail (AT) hiker and backpacker a solid foundation for planning a trip on the trail. We'll teach you the logistics behind a hiking or backpacking trip. We'll focus on trip planning skills for: day hikes, section hikes, and thru hikers. Learn some basic resources and tips to get you started on your trip planning.

            Price: Free

            Learn more and register here!

            • April 03, 2019
            • 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
            • Glenwood Gardens, 10397 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45215

            Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

            Puddles and rainbows, spring songs, flowers, frogs and birds return and all bring April alive! Join us outdoors to explore nature’s emergence into spring! Glenwood Gardens/Highfield Discovery Garden (Program included in Highfield admission: $5/person)

            Learn more here!

            • April 04, 2019
            • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
            • Civic Garden Center, 2715 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45206

            Organization: Civic Garden Center

            In this class, attendees will learn about the basics of Rain Gardening and Rain Garden design. Emphasis will be on site observation, soil type identification and an overview of associated native botany. Discussion will include design tools and techniques, including Rain Catchment Systems (e.g. rain barrels) and their uses.  To register, click here.

            • April 06, 2019
            • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
            • 1501 Bullock Pen Rd., Covington, KY 41017

            Organization: Keep Cincinnati Beautiful & Kenton County Parks

            Kenton County Parks & Recreation will facilitate the annual Doe Run Lake Clean-Up, as part of the Keep America Beautiful Great American Clean-Up 2019, presented by Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. The clean-up will begin at 9:00 A.M. on April 6th, 2019 and last until noon.

            This event provides citizens an opportunity to ‘Make a Difference’ by picking up trash and litter and to explore one of the last remaining public natural areas in Kenton County. By ridding neighborhoods of litter, illegal dumping, and graffiti, we are creating a clean and safe place to live, work, and play.

            Join us to make a difference! Rubber gloves and trash bags will be provided. Wear boots or old shoes and old clothes. It will be messy! Volunteers will collect and remove everything that should not be found in a County park, including trash, construction debris, automobile and truck tires, old fishing line, and an odd assortment of other objects not usually associated with nature and the outdoors. There will be a restroom available.

            There will be a ‘Most Unusual Find’ contest again this year. One year, it was a bowling ball; another year, it was two halves of an electric guitar!

            Need community service hours? Rhonda Ritzi, the Recreation Coordinator, will be happy to sign any paperwork. Help your friends and neighbors make a difference!

            Doe Run Lake is located at 1501 Bullock Pen Rd., Covington, KY 41017. Take the Covington/Independence (Exit 80) off I-275. Go south (away from Covington and under I-275) on KY 17 (Madison Pike) about one mile. Follow the signs. Volunteers should meet in the parking area near the boat launch. For additional information, please call 859-525-PLAY (7529).

            Contact Sara Sgantas for more information:
            Phone: 859-392-1404

            Email: Sara.Sgantas@KentonCounty.org

            • April 06, 2019
            • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
            • University Hall, Suite 600, 51 Goodman St, Cincinnati, OH 45221

            Organization: UC Sustainability

            Come help us implement a new permaculture site in Lincoln Heights! Volunteers will help plant fruit trees, flowers, and other vegetables. Lunch will be provided.

            For service hours register on volunteer.uc.edu

            *please RSVP to green@uc.edu for carpool*

            Learn more here!

            • April 09, 2019
            • November 12, 2019
            • 2 sessions
            • Various

            Organization: REI

            Come learn basic navigation skills using map and compass to find your way. In this in-store class you'll learn the parts of a compass, how to read a topographic map and how to use them in tandem. You'll learn how to pinpoint your location through triangulation and then navigate to new locations by following a bearing. You'll also learn how plan routes using a topographic map. This is a hands-on in-store class with some lecture components. Maps and compasses are provided, but bring your own if you prefer. Depending on weather and location, this class may include a portion held outdoors, please dress accordingly.

            See all the session options below:

            Tuesday, April 9
            6:30 - 8:30 PM

            Cincinnati REI

            Tuesday, November 12
            6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

            California Woods Nature Preserve

            • April 13, 2019
            • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

            Organization: Cincinnati Parks

            Celebrate Earth Day a little early by helping us do something awesome for the earth! Roll up your sleeves and help make your parks more beautiful. Assist Cincinnati Parks staff on projects such as invasive species removal, litter pick up, mulching, trail maintenance and more. Great opportunity for student service hours. We hope you, your family, friends and neighbors will join us!

            Register here!

            To inquire about additional park locations near your neighborhood, please contact Christyl Johnson-Roberts or call 513-321-6070.


            • April 13, 2019
            • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
            • Morning View Heritage Area, 15168 Decoursey Pike, Morning View, KY 41063

            Organization: Kenton County Conservation District

            The annual volunteer Reforest Northern Kentucky event will take place on April 13th from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in Kenton County at the Morning View Heritage Area. The Reforest NKY event site is located at 15168 Decoursey Pike in Morning View. Parking will be on site and nearby. Shuttles will be provided. Please carpool! Reforest NKY is continuing its efforts to restore native Kentucky woodlands. Wear your favorite Reforest NKY t-shirt from the past planting events. If you would like a t-shirt, a limited number of Reforest NKY t-shirts will be offered for pre-sale during registration (online only through March 29th). Volunteers will be offered a FREE take-home tree to continue this project at their own locations. Our sponsor, Great Lakes Brewing Company, will be hosting a gathering after the event. (Register for Gathering when registering for Reforest NKY. Gathering will be held at Crewitts Creek, 2037 Centennial Blvd., Independence, KY 41051 from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM. You must be 21 years of age or older to participate in the Gathering.)

            Reforest NKY is organized by the NKY Urban and Community Forestry Council to restore native Kentucky woodlands. The reforestation project is responsible for planting thousands of tree seedlings on previously mowed properties in Boone, Kenton, and Campbell counties. This event is an opportunity for public education and awareness about the importance of trees in our region. Major Sponsors include: Great Lakes Brewing Co., DHL and NKU Mayerson Student Philanthropy Project.

            By planting trees, our forest landscape and legacy is restored. Trees and forests provide significant, measurable benefits to our communities, improving the environment, economy, and our quality of life. Over the last ten years, more than 40 acres of previously mowed land has been planted with native woodland trees and over 2,500 volunteers have participated in Reforest Northern Kentucky.

            Register NOW at http://www.nkyurbanforestry.org/reforest-nky.html!

            Driving Directions: From Independence KY, go south on KY-17 (Madison Pk). Continue south through the KY-16 intersection. After an “Atwood” community sign, turn east (left) on KY-2042 (Moffett Rd). After 5.2 miles turn right on Kenton Station Rd (which is still KY-2042). Turn right on KY-177 and drive south about 5 minutes. Look for the preserve’s parking lot about 1⁄2 mile south of the KY-14 intersection where there is a Morning View Post Office. There is no sign yet but the new gravel parking lot is on the west side of Decoursey (KY-177), on the opposite side of the road from the railroad track. It has 2 entrances. A black barn with sign is obvious behind a wood fence.

            For further information, contact Rhonda Ritzi at (859) 525-PLAY (7529) or reforestnky@nkyurbanforestry.org.


            • April 13, 2019
            • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
            • Winton Woods, 10245 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231

            Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

            Great Parks Seeks Feedback on Proposed Accessible Canoe/Kayak Launch Project
             
            Great Parks of Hamilton County is hosting a public input meeting to introduce a proposed project of an accessible canoe/kayak launch at Winton Woods’ lake. 
             
            Great Parks installed an accessible canoe/kayak launch at Miami Whitewater Forest in 2016, which enables park guests of all abilities to enjoy the lake more easily, safely and independently. The launch consists of a floating dock equipped with a “Universally Accessible Transfer System” that allows an unassisted individual with a physical disability to access a canoe or kayak. Now, the park district wants input from the communities surrounding Winton Woods to gauge interest on a similar boat launch at Winton Lake. 
             
            This open-house style meeting is an opportunity for the public to view and comment on preliminary plans for the project. Great Parks employees will be available to answer questions.
             

            Winton Centre is located in Winton Woods at 10245 Winton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231. Parking is free and convenient, and the building is located along Metro bus routes 14X, 20 and 23X. Individuals who may require interpretation services or a reasonable accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact Great Parks no later than 14 calendar days prior to the open house at 513-521-7275, Voice/TDD. Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.


            • April 13, 2019
            • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
            • 5400 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230

            Organization: Cincinnati Parks

            They say, “April showers bring May flowers,” but did you know that April is the best time to see woodland wildflowers? Historically, Mid-April is the peak of the spring ephemeral wildflower display here in California Woods. Learn the difference between Dutchman’s Breeches and Squirrel Corn; and find out why the Doctrine of Signatures was not healthcare’s best idea! Wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes and dress for the weather. This program is entirely outdoors. This program is FREE, but space is limited so registration appreciated before Friday, April 12. Email gia.giammarinaro@cincinnati-oh.gov or call 513-231-8678 to register. California Woods Nature Preserve

            Learn more here!

            • April 16, 2019
            • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
            • University Hall, Suite 600, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

            ***RSVP to Green@uc.edu***

            - A small group will carpool from UC's campus, and others can meet us at the site-

            Join The Mill creek Alliance and UC|Sustainability at The Mill creek Alliance's Carthage restoration sites along the Mill Creek Greenway Trail for tree planting and cleanup!

            The mission of the Alliance is to empower Mill Creek communities to protect and enhance the value of the Mill Creek, its tributaries, and watershed. Through inclusive, meaningful community engagement and collaborative action, the Alliance strives to create a Mill Creek watershed that is a healthy ecosystem where thriving people and communities live, work, and play.

            • April 17, 2019
            • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
            • Cincinnati Zoo’s Peacock Pavilion

            Organization: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

            Since 1993, the Barrows Lecture Series has brought a slate of esteemed naturalists and scientists to Cincinnati to address wildlife issues and global conservation efforts.  For over 25 years, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has presented its Wildlife Conservation Award to one of its Barrows Conservation Lecture Series speakers.

            The Barrows Conservation Lecture Series is made possible by the ongoing support of the family of Winifred & Emil Barrows.

            TICKETS

            Members (Membership ID required): Single $15, Series $54

            Non-Zoo Members: Single $17, Series $62

            Learn more and buy tickets here

            2019 DATES & SPEAKERS

            • Wednesday, March 20th: Dominique Gonçalves, Ph.D. Candidate, Gorongosa: Park and People
            • Wednesday, April 17th: Dr. Anne Savage, Tamarins & Teamwork: What it takes to conserve the critically endangered cotton-top tamarin in Colombia
            • Tuesday, May 7th: Dr. Dino Martins, People, Plants, and Pollinators: Lessons from the front lines of biodiversity conservation
            • Wednesday, May 29th: Dr. Mike Fay, Never Give Up

            DR. ANNE SAVAGE, PH.D.

            Tamarins & Teamwork: What it takes to conserve the critically endangered cotton-top tamarin in Colombia

            Anne Savage has traveled the world studying animals and has developed many important long-term conservation programs.  She founded Proyecto Tití, a program designed to conserve Colombia’s most endangered primate, the cotton-top tamarin.  Though scientific studies, sustainable community development programs, education initiatives, and establishing new protected areas, Proyecto Tití has made the conservation of the cotton-top tamarin a priority in Colombia.

            Her team works internationally to promote conservation through the “eco-mochila” program that creates a sustainable and fashionable tote bag crocheted from recycled plastic bags.  This program was awarded the United Nations Development Program Equator Prize for their work to reduce the amount of litter found in forests and waterways in Colombia and for their ability to engage communities in activities that promote the conservation of cotton-top tamarins. Dr. Savage was awarded the Lowell Thomas Award as a visionary of conservation by the Explorers Club for her innovative efforts to protect wildlife.

            • April 19, 2019
            • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

            Join UC|Sustainability for a wonderful tour of The Civic Garden Center!

            The Civic Garden Center (CGC) is a non-profit horticultural resource whose mission is building community through gardening, education and environmental stewardship. Founded in 1942, the CGC is the only organization of its kind in our region. Here they host classes, a horticultural library, several gardens for visitors to enjoy free of charge, the Green Learning Station and an outdoor compost classroom; the building and grounds are available for event and meeting rental. Off the main campus, the CGC has supported the development and continued success of over 50 community and children’s gardens throughout the city.

            *** If you're interested in walking from campus, meet us at the UC Bike Kitchen at 12:15pm, otherwise meet us promptly at the Civic Garden Center by 1:00pm***

            • April 20, 2019
            • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
            • Washington Park, 1230 Elm St, Cincinnati 45202

            Organization: Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

            Join us for Earth Day OTR presented by Kroger and Mix 94.9 Cincinnati!

            3CDC in partnership with Keep Cincinnati Beautiful will be offering a fun filled day of eco-friendly activities and vendors in the park on Saturday April 20th from 12-5p.

            The event will feature live reggae music, food and drink, eco-friendly products & goods for purchase, and a range of activities for both children and adults. Learn more here! 

            • April 25, 2019
            • 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
            • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, 3400 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45220

            Organization: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

            Join the Greenest Zoo in America as we celebrate Earth Day during our 9th annual “Party for the Planet”! Businesses and organizations from around the region will be on hand to share their expertise and resources about living more sustainably within our communities. Topics include solar energy, composting, recycling, energy efficiency, green building, rain gardens/barrels, sustainable food, green products, and much more!

            Rain Barrel Art Benefit Auction

            In addition to learning ways to go green, visit the Go Green Garden Exhibit for the 5th Annual Rain Barrel Art Benefit Auction. Local artists have done their part to motivate area homeowners to save rainwater in dazzling, beautiful, painted rain barrels. The typical dull green or drab rain barrel has been revamped into a creative and colorful accent piece that will make any homeowner proud to use in their landscaping.  These barrels will be on display throughout the Zoo during the month of April in the Education Center and the Go Green Garden. Guests will be able to bid on their favorite barrels during Party for the Planet in a silent auction between 6 and 8pm. Winners can take their rain barrels home at the end of the night. Proceeds from the auction will be used to further environmental education and awareness. Rain barrels are an easy and inexpensive way to conserve water and save money. For more information, visit Save Local Waters.

            Tunes and Blooms

            Party for the Planet takes place during Tunes & Blooms, a weekly concert Thursdays in April, featuring local musicians. It is a wonderful way to enjoy the beautiful tulips and other spring flowers the Zoo has planted, listen to some great, local music, learn about ways to go green, and enjoy the spring evening with your family and friends. Plus, enjoy Zoo Blooms all around.

            Admission to the Zoo is FREE after 5pm and parking is $10.

            • April 27, 2019
            • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
            • Summit Park, 4335 Glendale-Milford Road, Blue Ash, Ohio 45242

            Organization: Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition

            The theme for the 2019 Greater Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration will be “Farm Your Yard” to promote gardening activities with the City of Blue Ash, Gorman Heritage Farms, Greater Cincinnati’s Green Umbrella’s Food Action Team, the Civic Garden Center of Cincinnati and other environmental education groups in the Tri-State. Over 125 exhibitors, local music, local vegetarian foods, and Madtree Brewing Company’s craft beer will make the festival one of the best environmental education events in the region. Typically, attendance is over 8000. Activities and presentations about environmental education, home gardening, local foods and composting will be featured at the event. Families from all over the region are encouraged to get out and enjoy Earth Day, traditionally the first fun family outdoor event of the year!

            With the “Farm Your Yard” theme guests will learn how to garden and compost at their homes, offices, apartments and dorm rooms. Contact us for interviews, articles customized to your audience and appearances on radio and television.

            A 10’ x 10’ exhibit space rate for nonprofits is $50 and for-profit organizations $75 until March 28, 2019. Spaces are limited so early registration is encouraged. Visit www.cincinnatiearthday.com to register.

            Greater Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration 2019 is supported by Blue Ash Summit Park and Edible Ohio Valley Magazine. Many levels of increased exposure and partnerships are available as sponsorships.


            About the Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition
            The Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition is a 501(c)(3) community of not-for-profit organizations, businesses, government agencies and individuals from the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Tri-state region who work cooperatively and actively to promote the beauty and environmental quality of the Tri-state area.

            • May 07, 2019
            • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
            • Cincinnati Zoo’s Peacock Pavilion

            Organization: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

            Since 1993, the Barrows Lecture Series has brought a slate of esteemed naturalists and scientists to Cincinnati to address wildlife issues and global conservation efforts.  For over 25 years, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has presented its Wildlife Conservation Award to one of its Barrows Conservation Lecture Series speakers.

            The Barrows Conservation Lecture Series is made possible by the ongoing support of the family of Winifred & Emil Barrows.

            TICKETS

            Members (Membership ID required): Single $15, Series $54

            Non-Zoo Members: Single $17, Series $62

            Learn more and buy tickets here

            2019 DATES & SPEAKERS

            • Wednesday, March 20th: Dominique Gonçalves, Ph.D. Candidate, Gorongosa: Park and People
            • Wednesday, April 17th: Dr. Anne Savage, Tamarins & Teamwork: What it takes to conserve the critically endangered cotton-top tamarin in Colombia
            • Tuesday, May 7th: Dr. Dino Martins, People, Plants, and Pollinators: Lessons from the front lines of biodiversity conservation
            • Wednesday, May 29th: Dr. Mike Fay, Never Give Up

            DR. DINO J. MARTINS

            People, Plants, and Pollinators: Lessons from the front lines of biodiversity conservation

            Dr. Dino Martins is currently working for the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya as Executive Director and also serves as technical advisor to the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) on issues relating to biodiversity, pastoralism, and subsistence agriculture.

            He has a Ph.D. in  Organismic and Evolutionary Biology from Harvard University.  His career has focused on fostering greater awareness of science and research in connection to conservation and human livelihoods. He was awarded the 2015 Whitley Gold award, a prestigious environmental prize for his work with local communities to encourage the adoption of more sustainable farming practices that conserve pollinators, boost crop yields, and benefit people in East Africa.

            • May 29, 2019
            • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
            • Cincinnati Zoo’s Peacock Pavilion

            Organization: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

            Since 1993, the Barrows Lecture Series has brought a slate of esteemed naturalists and scientists to Cincinnati to address wildlife issues and global conservation efforts.  For over 25 years, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has presented its Wildlife Conservation Award to one of its Barrows Conservation Lecture Series speakers.

            The Barrows Conservation Lecture Series is made possible by the ongoing support of the family of Winifred & Emil Barrows.

            TICKETS

            Members (Membership ID required): Single $15, Series $54

            Non-Zoo Members: Single $17, Series $62

            Learn more and buy tickets here

            2019 DATES & SPEAKERS

            • Wednesday, March 20th: Dominique Gonçalves, Ph.D. Candidate, Gorongosa: Park and People
            • Wednesday, April 17th: Dr. Anne Savage, Tamarins & Teamwork: What it takes to conserve the critically endangered cotton-top tamarin in Colombia
            • Tuesday, May 7th: Dr. Dino Martins, People, Plants, and Pollinators: Lessons from the front lines of biodiversity conservation
            • Wednesday, May 29th: Dr. Mike Fay, Never Give Up

            DR. MIKE FAY

            Never Give Up

            In addition to being one of the most effective wildlife conservationists of the last 50 years, Dr. Mike Fay is one of the toughest and bravest men alive. He is best known for his “Megatransect,” in which he walked the length of the Congo Basin (over 2,000 miles) in 2000-2001.

            Through that work, Dr. Fay was able to document the remarkable diversity of the Congo, resulting in the establishment of 16 national parks, 20 marine parks, and reserves throughout the Central African Republic, Republic of Congo, and Gabon.

            • August 03, 2019
            • 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
            • Schmidt Recreation Complex, 2944 Humbert Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45226

            Organization: Adventure Crew

            Registration is OPEN

            Answer the call for adventure - join us again for a memorable day of paddling on the Ohio River with 2,000 other outdoor enthusiasts. Online registration for Paddlefest is now live. In addition to completing your paddler registration and signing our waiver, you can reserve rental boats and campsites online.

            Register now!

            Paddlefest benefits Adventure Crew

            Your participation means more than a fun day on the river. All proceeds from Paddlefest benefit Adventure Crew, formerly Outdoor Adventure Clubs, a Cincinnati-based non-profit providing free outdoor recreation, education, and conservation opportunities to urban teens.

            Learn more about Adventure Crew's mission and your impact through Paddlefest.

          Past events

          March 24, 2019 Fossils!
          March 24, 2019 Early Spring Hike
          March 24, 2019 Oxbow Bird Trip
          March 23, 2019 Seed Starting Garden Workshop
          March 23, 2019 NKY Bluebird Trail Monitor NestWatch Training
          March 23, 2019 Pollinator Garden Planning
          March 23, 2019 Things That Flutter Series: Bird Banding & Rookeries
          March 22, 2019 Live At Common Roots Friendship Jam with Bill & Rockne
          March 22, 2019 Night Owls
          March 20, 2019 Barrows Conservation Lecture Series: Dominique Gonçalves, Ph.D.
          March 20, 2019 Flat Tire Repair Workshop
          March 20, 2019 Spring Equinox Hike
          March 18, 2019 Once Upon a Time in Mexico
          March 18, 2019 How to Pack a Backpack
          March 17, 2019 Photo Walk - Farbach-Werner
          March 16, 2019 Let's Go Hiking! Eastern Bluebirds
          March 16, 2019 Herbal Housekeeping
          March 16, 2019 Women in the Outdoors: Backpacking 101
          March 16, 2019 Birding at Brookville Lake
          March 15, 2019 Cultivate! Spring Farmer Social
          March 14, 2019 Year of Living Sustainably Series: Nature Connection & Gardening
          March 13, 2019 Soil Health
          March 12, 2019 Norway Rat: Ecology, Behavior & Physiology
          March 12, 2019 Year of Living Sustainably: Gardening/Nature Connection
          March 12, 2019 Spring Ephemerals
          March 11, 2019 Know What to do in the Woods - Outdoor Ethics
          March 09, 2019 Spring Imago Amigos
          March 09, 2019 Volunteer Orientation for Teens
          March 09, 2019 LL Bean Community Service Event
          March 07, 2019 Deluxe Camping Workshop
          March 07, 2019 Seed Starter & Garden Carrier DIY Workshop
          March 06, 2019 Paddling Film Festival
          March 05, 2019 Volunteer Orientation for Adults
          March 05, 2019 Garden Basics: Get Your Garden Growing
          March 04, 2019 Intermediate Beekeeping
          March 02, 2019 Great Parks Job Fairs
          February 28, 2019 Nutrient Management Workshop
          February 26, 2019 Western Wildlife Corridor Winter Membership Meeting
          February 23, 2019 Outdoor Accessibility for All
          February 23, 2019 Fruit Trees: Pruning, Care and Selecting Varieties
          February 19, 2019 Cincinnati Parks Volunteer Orientation
          February 17, 2019 Winter Trees, Invasive Plants and Winter Birds
          February 16, 2019 Adventure Hike Series: Map and Compass Hike
          February 13, 2019 Landscape for the Homeowner Series 2019
          February 12, 2019 Turn Your Yard into a Pollinator's Paradise
          February 09, 2019 Birds and Bugs Flying Puppets
          February 09, 2019 Adventure Hike Series: Fuel Your Hike
          February 07, 2019 School Garden Spring Seed Giveaway
          February 06, 2019 How to Coexist with Urban Coyotes
          February 06, 2019 Sugar Camp 2019: Making Maple Syrup
          February 04, 2019 Beginner Beekeeping - 3 part series
          February 02, 2019 Sugar Camp Preparation Work Day
          February 02, 2019 Adventure Hike Series: Off-Trail Hiking
          January 27, 2019 Winter Adventure Hike at Bender Mountain
          January 21, 2019 MLK Day of Service
          January 12, 2019 Star Dazed
          January 09, 2019 How to Pack a Backpack Workshop
          January 06, 2019 Winter Scavenger Hunt
          January 05, 2019 Free Stargazes at Stonelick State Park
          January 05, 2019 New Year’s Nature Walk
          January 05, 2019 Winter Hike Series
          January 04, 2019 Telescope Training
          January 01, 2019 New Year's Day Orienteering
          December 31, 2018 Happy Zoo Year
          December 30, 2018 Holiday Hike
          December 29, 2018 Winter Walk
          December 28, 2018 Winter Break Night Hike
          December 28, 2018 Trailside Scavenger Hunt
          December 26, 2018 Holiday Hike
          December 23, 2018 Holiday Hike
          December 22, 2018 Astroimagining
          December 22, 2018 Winter Woods Walk
          December 20, 2018 Astronomy Thursday
          December 15, 2018 Bird Count
          December 15, 2018 Christmas Bird Count
          December 12, 2018 Guide Stars
          December 10, 2018 Winter is for the Birds
          December 08, 2018 Winter Wildlife Watching
          December 08, 2018 Bird Count Celebration
          December 07, 2018 Telescope Training
          December 06, 2018 Outdoor Action Team December Meeting: CANCELED
          December 02, 2018 Community Nature Days
          December 02, 2018 Wildflower Stroll
          December 01, 2018 Winter Orienteering
          November 24, 2018 Astroimagining
          November 24, 2018 Bird Walk
          November 24, 2018 November Oxbow Walk
          November 23, 2018 Full Moon Walk
          November 23, 2018 4th Annual Plaid Friday Hike
          November 23, 2018 Project Feeder Watch
          November 18, 2018 Hike for your Health
          November 18, 2018 Walk in the Woods Art Show Opening Reception
          November 17, 2018 Leonid Meteor Shower Watch
          November 17, 2018 Festival of Lights Opening
          November 17, 2018 10th Annual Holiday in Lights 5K Run/Walk
          November 17, 2018 Make and Take: Craft Your Own Hiking Stick
          November 17, 2018 Nature and the Soul
          November 17, 2018 Doe Run Lake Hike
          November 15, 2018 Walk and Wine
          November 11, 2018 Holiday in Lights
          November 11, 2018 My Great Park in Pictures Photo Walk
          November 10, 2018 Night Walk 2018
          November 10, 2018 Drum Circle
          November 10, 2018 Falling Leaves!
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          November 10, 2018 Champion Honeysuckle Hunt
          November 08, 2018 175th Anniversary Celebration
          November 05, 2018 Winter Backpacking Basics
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          November 01, 2018 Outdoor Action Team November Meeting
          October 31, 2018 Trick-Or-Treat
          October 28, 2018 Family Nature-Caching
          October 28, 2018 Hike for Your Health with Roads, Rivers and Trails
          October 28, 2018 Fall Color Hike at Kirby Nature Preserve
          October 28, 2018 The Howl
          October 27, 2018 Nature at Night Pumpkin Hike
          October 27, 2018 Women in the Outdoors: Backpacking Gear
          October 26, 2018 Trail of Treats
          October 23, 2018 Fall Tree Walk
          October 21, 2018 Archery Distance Shooting
          October 21, 2018 HOWL-O-WEEN in the Woods
          October 21, 2018 Women in the Outdoors: Outdoor Archery
          October 20, 2018 Sound Off Yoga and Smores
          October 20, 2018 Halloween Happenings Ki'd Fun Day & Character Trail
          October 19, 2018 Annual Magic Forest Halloween Hikes
          October 19, 2018 20th Annual Haunted Halloween Trail
          October 19, 2018 Kids Day at the Park: Leaves for Little Folk
          October 17, 2018 TREEmendous Trees
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          October 12, 2018 Halloween Storytelling and Night Hike
          October 11, 2018 Zoo Brew
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          October 10, 2018 Great Outdoor Weekend Post Event Happy Hour
          October 07, 2018 Mid-Fall Migration and Late Flowers
          October 06, 2018 Fall Lantern-lit Hike
          October 06, 2018 Outdoor Archery: Adults Only
          October 04, 2018 Family Fun Night
          October 04, 2018 CANCELLED: Outdoor Action Team October Meeting
          September 29, 2018 Free Entry into Great Parks
          September 29, 2018 Become a Sponsor for Great Outdoor Weekend
          September 29, 2018 Great Outdoor Weekend
          September 28, 2018 Huffman Park Stargaze
          September 25, 2018 Cincinnati Fossils
          September 24, 2018 Find Your Park: Cincinnati
          September 22, 2018 Great Miami River First Peoples Celebration
          September 21, 2018 Fall Equinox Celebration
          September 19, 2018 Creatures of the Night
          September 18, 2018 Hikes with Tykes – Animal Encounters
          September 15, 2018 Spider Night Hike
          September 15, 2018 ScopeOut 2018 - The Main Event
          September 15, 2018 Music in the Woods
          September 14, 2018 Astroimaging
          September 14, 2018 Astronomy Dinner and Lecture
          September 14, 2018 Zoofari 2018
          September 14, 2018 Shawnee Weekend Workshop, Autumn’s Asters
          September 13, 2018 Monarch Mania
          September 11, 2018 What Do Animals Think and Feel?
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          September 10, 2018 Women's Backpacking Basics
          September 09, 2018 How to Use Your Telescope Clinic
          September 06, 2018 Outdoor Action Team September Meeting
          September 05, 2018 Refresh your Run
          September 02, 2018 Outdoor Movie: CoCo
          September 02, 2018 Outdoor Archery
          September 01, 2018 Intro to Backpacking
          August 29, 2018 Starry Starry Night
          August 25, 2018 Native American Tales by the Campfire
          August 24, 2018 Bat Walk at Fernald Preserve
          August 24, 2018 Early Fall Migrant Shorebirds & Waders
          August 22, 2018 Hammocking Basics
          August 18, 2018 Star Crossed
          August 18, 2018 Visitor Appreciation Days
          August 15, 2018 Backpacking Basics
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          August 12, 2018 Shakespeare in the Park: Julius Caesar
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          August 11, 2018 Perseid Meteor Shower Watch
          August 11, 2018 Annual Duck Race
          August 11, 2018 Festival on the Lake
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          July 26, 2018 Trivia Nights at Lake Isabella
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          July 13, 2018 Sun Valley Bluegrass Festival
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          July 07, 2018 Sunset Lake Walk
          July 06, 2018 Family Yoga
          July 05, 2018 Happy Hour Hike
          July 05, 2018 Outdoor Action Team July Meeting
          July 04, 2018 Boomin' Craft Day
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          July 01, 2018 Sunday Sun-day Sundae
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          June 23, 2018 Cincinnati Pops in the Park
          June 23, 2018 Eco Jam
          June 22, 2018 Summer Concert Series
          June 22, 2018 Summer Solstice Celebration
          June 22, 2018 Friday Night Grill Outs at Lake Isabella
          June 22, 2018 Backyard Campout at Lake Isabella
          June 22, 2018 Family Fun Fridays
          June 21, 2018 Talk-n-Walk Series
          June 21, 2018 Creeking in the Park
          June 20, 2018 Uncovering the Sun
          June 19, 2018 Uncovering the Sun
          June 19, 2018 Third Tuesday Nature Series
          June 19, 2018 Late Spring 2018 Art Show
          June 16, 2018 Outdoor Skills School Map & Compass Excursion
          June 11, 2018 Outdoor Skills School Map & Compass 101
          June 09, 2018 Outdoor Yoga
          June 08, 2018 Family Fun Fridays
          June 07, 2018 Volunteer Orientation for Teens
          June 07, 2018 Creeking in the Park
          June 07, 2018 Outdoor Action Team June Meeting
          June 06, 2018 Happy Hour Hike
          June 05, 2018 Yoga After Work
          June 03, 2018 Free Entry for Great Parks
          June 02, 2018 National Trails Day Hike
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          May 26, 2018 Jupiter Night
          May 26, 2018 Lady Bug Adventures
          May 26, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Kayak Smart Start
          May 24, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Busy Bees
          May 24, 2018 Lodge Pond Trail Hike
          May 23, 2018 Map and Compass Navigation Basics Class
          May 23, 2018 Free Milkweeds for Monarchs
          May 20, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Goat Jamboree
          May 19, 2018 Star Gaze
          May 19, 2018 Art Party in the Woods
          May 19, 2018 National Kids to Parks Day
          May 19, 2018 GeoTour
          May 19, 2018 Hike Doe Run Lake Park
          May 17, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Magnificent Moms
          May 17, 2018 Lodge Pond Trail Hike
          May 16, 2018 Wild Wednesdays
          May 16, 2018 Free Milkweeds for Monarchs
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          May 12, 2018 Sound Walk
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          May 12, 2018 Nature Crafts for Mom
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          May 12, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Backcountry Hygiene and Health
          May 12, 2018 Outdoor Skills School Map & Compass Excursion
          May 11, 2018 2018 Birdathon
          May 11, 2018 All About Colors in Nature
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          May 10, 2018 Lodge Pond Trail Hike
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          May 09, 2018 Free Milkweeds for Monarchs
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          May 06, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Herbalicious
          May 05, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County
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          May 05, 2018 Portman Trail Exploration
          May 05, 2018 Sound Walk
          May 04, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County
          May 03, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - May Day
          May 03, 2018 Lodge Pond Trail Hike
          May 03, 2018 Outdoor Action Team May Meeting
          May 02, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County
          May 01, 2018 Yoga After Work
          May 01, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County
          April 30, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County - Forest Run MetroPark
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          April 29, 2018 Hummingbirds
          April 29, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County - Indian Creek MetroPark
          April 28, 2018 Family Outdoor Skills Challenge
          April 28, 2018 Spring Fest in the Woods
          April 28, 2018 Healthy Kids Day
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          April 28, 2018 Dogwood Dash
          April 28, 2018 Big Week of Birding in Butler County - Gilmore MetroPark
          April 27, 2018 Creek Hike
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          April 26, 2018 Arbor Day & Earth Day Celebration
          April 24, 2018 Young Professionals Walk & Talk Happy Hour
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          April 22, 2018 Spring Open House with Scavenger Hunt AND Red Bud Blossom Celebration
          April 22, 2018 Earth Day OTR
          April 22, 2018 Caldwell Nature Preserve Hike and Yoga
          April 22, 2018 Project Dragonfly Day
          April 21, 2018 Crawdad Dig
          April 21, 2018 Earth Day Celebration
          April 21, 2018 Earth Day at Summit Park
          April 21, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Wilderness Survival
          April 21, 2018 Crane Hollow Nature Preserve Hike
          April 21, 2018 GreenUP Day: California Woods
          April 21, 2018 Earth Day Open House
          April 21, 2018 Outdoor Skills School Map & Compass Excursion
          April 19, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Every Day is Earth Day
          April 17, 2018 Map and Compass Navigation Basics Class
          April 16, 2018 Outdoor Skills School Map & Compass 101
          April 15, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Bacteria Breakdown
          April 14, 2018 The First Night Light
          April 14, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Water and Maps
          April 14, 2018 Between the Miami's Art Exhibit
          April 14, 2018 Lawn Mower Spring Tune Up
          April 14, 2018 Contemplative Nature Walks
          April 14, 2018 Spring Imago Amigos
          April 14, 2018 Winton Woods Cleanup
          April 14, 2018 Spring Migration Walk
          April 13, 2018 A Ribbiting Experience
          April 13, 2018 Women's Outdoor Fashion Show and Fundraiser
          April 12, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Let's Make Tea
          April 12, 2018 Pint Night
          April 10, 2018 Lincoln Ridge Park Mini Camp: Soils, Mud and Plants
          April 09, 2018 Lincoln Ridge Park Mini Camp: Soils, Mud and Plants
          April 08, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - ABC's of Farm Life
          April 08, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Intro to Backpacking
          April 08, 2018 Opening Day on the Trails Wildflower Hike
          April 07, 2018 Kites N MPX
          April 07, 2018 Nature Days: Ohio's Birds
          April 07, 2018 Abner Hollow Spring Wildflower Hike
          April 07, 2018 Field Course: What Do Trees Know?
          April 07, 2018 Doe Run Lake and Nature Trail Clean-Up 2018
          April 05, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Wee Little Ones
          April 05, 2018 Outdoor Action Team April Meeting
          April 04, 2018 Gardening With Deer
          April 02, 2018 Spring Fever Camp
          March 31, 2018 Wildflower Walk
          March 31, 2018 Spring Ephemerals
          March 31, 2018 Highland Cemetery Walk
          March 31, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Advanced Hiking
          March 30, 2018 Night Owls
          March 29, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - What is an Easter Egger?
          March 28, 2018 Detective Academy Spring Break Camp
          March 27, 2018 Spring Break Camp
          March 26, 2018 Between the Miami's Art Exhibit
          March 25, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Woolly Coats
          March 25, 2018 Oak Glen Nature Preserve Hike
          March 24, 2018 Froggy Spotting Adventure
          March 24, 2018 Early Spring Bird Hike
          March 23, 2018 Spring Equinox Celebration
          March 22, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Nesting Wreaths
          March 20, 2018 Yoga After Work
          March 20, 2018 Hike Into Spring
          March 19, 2018 Between the Miami's Art Exhibit
          March 18, 2018 Conversations on Conservation: The Nature Fix
          March 18, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Help Us Plow
          March 18, 2018 Rare Plants at Richardson Preserve
          March 17, 2018 Searching for the Big Trees of Cincinnati Nature Center
          March 17, 2018 Women in the Outdoors Series: Stoves & Backcountry Cooking
          March 17, 2018 Carousel in Bloom
          March 17, 2018 Wildlife Walk
          March 17, 2018 Spring Amphibians with Jeff Davis
          March 17, 2018 Forest Bathing
          March 16, 2018 Between the Miami's Art Exhibit Opening Reception
          March 15, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Who Eats a 4-Leaf Clover?
          March 14, 2018 Soil Health
          March 14, 2018 Walk Club 2018 Kick-Off
          March 13, 2018 Getting Started with Mason Bees
          March 13, 2018 Yoga After Work
          March 11, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Farm Sounds Bingo
          March 11, 2018 Amphibian Awakenings
          March 10, 2018 All About Owls
          March 10, 2018 Getting Started with Mason Bees
          March 10, 2018 Helping Hands Saturday with REI
          March 08, 2018 Owl Prowl Deluxe
          March 08, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Seed Needs
          March 07, 2018 Seed Starting Workshop
          March 06, 2018 Yoga After Work
          March 04, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - ABCs of Farm Life
          March 04, 2018 Birds of Prey
          March 03, 2018 Back to Basics - Backyard Birding for Adults
          March 03, 2018 Nature Days: Spring Equinox
          March 02, 2018 Out of This World
          March 02, 2018 Bringing Resilience to Your Backyard Through Growing Food
          March 01, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb
          March 01, 2018 Outdoor Action Team March Meeting
          February 27, 2018 WWC Winter Meeting
          February 25, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Bird Beak Buffet
          February 25, 2018 Winter Star Quest
          February 25, 2018 Backyard Maple Sugaring
          February 25, 2018 Maple Sugar Days
          February 25, 2018 Kids Make & Take: Hiking Stick
          February 25, 2018 Canoe & Kayak Jump Start
          February 24, 2018 Outdoor Accessibility for All
          February 24, 2018 Map & Compass Hike
          February 24, 2018 Maple Sugar Days
          February 24, 2018 Bird Walk at Rowe Woods
          February 22, 2018 Owl Prowl
          February 22, 2018 Animal Tales
          February 22, 2018 Show and Tell on the Farm - Little Red Hen
          February 20, 2018 Black Girls RUN! at Cincinnati REI
          February 18, 2018 Winter Star Quest
          February 18, 2018 My Great Park in Pictures Photo Walk
          February 17, 2018 Timberdoodle Trek
          February 17, 2018 Maple Tapping Demonstration
          February 17, 2018 Intro to Backpacking
          February 16, 2018 Astronomy Night: What's Happened to All of the Stars in the Sky?
          February 16, 2018 A Cold Winter's Night Hike
          February 16, 2018 Hedgehog Jamboree
          February 10, 2018 Green Valentines
          February 10, 2018 Oh Deer!
          February 10, 2018 Woodland Mound Trail Run
          February 10, 2018 Bird Walk at Rowe Woods
          February 09, 2018 Sunset Stroll
          February 04, 2018 Superb Owl Hike
          February 04, 2018 Indoor Scavenger Hunt
          February 04, 2018 Wildlife Tracking
          February 03, 2018 Wake Up, Groundhog!
          February 03, 2018 Nature Days: Relationships in our Ecosystem
          February 02, 2018 Make Your Own Terrarium
          February 02, 2018 Groundhog Jamboree
          February 01, 2018 Outdoor Action Team February Meeting
          January 31, 2018 Blue Moon Walk
          January 28, 2018 Cross Country Bike Touring: Riding Across Ohio and Beyond
          January 28, 2018 Winter Hike and Hot Cocoa
          January 27, 2018 Bird Walk at Rowe Woods
          January 26, 2018 Every Day is Sacred
          January 23, 2018 GCP Education & Outreach Task Team Meeting #3
          January 21, 2018 Recreation Along the Little Miami River
          January 20, 2018 Beginner Woodcarving Classes
          January 18, 2018 Beginner Woodcarving Class
          January 17, 2018 GCP Natural Systems Task Team Meeting #3
          January 14, 2018 Show & Tell on the Farm: ABC's of Farm Life
          January 14, 2018 Legends & Folklore of Winter
          January 13, 2018 I-Spy a Winter Bird!
          January 13, 2018 Bird Walk at Rowe Woods
          January 11, 2018 Show & Tell on the Farm: There's a Cow in My Marshmallow!
          January 10, 2018 Intro to Astronomy
          January 09, 2018 Topics in Astronomy
          January 07, 2018 Show & Tell on the Farm: Kits, Kits, & Kits!
          January 07, 2018 Outlasting Winter on the Appalachian Trail
          January 06, 2018 Winter Hike Series
          January 06, 2018 Nature Days: Animal Tracking
          January 06, 2018 Leave No Trace: Putting it to Practice
          January 04, 2018 Show & Tell on the Farm: It's All in the Snow
          January 04, 2018 Outdoor Action Team January Meeting
          January 03, 2018 Full Moon Walk
          January 01, 2018 Young Professionals' New Year's Day Hike
          January 01, 2018 New Year's Orienteering
          December 31, 2017 New Year's Eve Advanced Orienteering
          December 30, 2017 Christmas Bird Count
          December 29, 2017 Holiday Hike
          December 28, 2017 Show & Tell on the Farm: Hibernation Hikeaways
          December 27, 2017 Walk the Lights Night
          December 27, 2017 Winter Break Night Hike
          December 27, 2017 Trailside Scavenger Hunt
          December 23, 2017 Winter Solstice Celebration
          December 23, 2017 Winter Scavenger Hunt
          December 21, 2017 Winter Solstice Night Hike
          December 21, 2017 Wee Wonder About Animals at Night
          December 19, 2017 Constellation Mythology
          December 17, 2017 Show & Tell on the Farm: Soap on a Rope
          December 17, 2017 Trail Tips Hike
          December 16, 2017 Winter Family Fun
          December 16, 2017 Pop-Up Naturalist Series: Animal Tracks & Signs
          December 16, 2017 Christmas Bird Count
          December 12, 2017 Growing Up Farm Kid: Farm Holidays
          December 12, 2017 Honeysuckle Removal on the Gorge Trail
          December 10, 2017 A Holiday with the Harpers - Brett Harper Presentation
          December 09, 2017 Honeysuckle Saturday
          December 09, 2017 45th Annual Winter Bird Count
          December 09, 2017 Bird Walk at Rowe Woods
          December 07, 2017 Show & Tell on the Farm: Winter is For the Birds
          December 06, 2017 Cheers and Beers for the End of the Year!
          December 05, 2017 Winter is for the Birds
          December 03, 2017 Show & Tell on the Farm: How do Animals Stay Warm?
          December 03, 2017 Great Oaks Trail Hike
          December 02, 2017 Leave No Trace: Putting it to Practice
          December 01, 2017 Nature as a Gate to the Soul
          December 01, 2017 Winter in the Woodlands
          November 26, 2017 Off-Trail Mystery Hike
          November 26, 2017 Fall Walk
          November 24, 2017 My Great Park in Pictures Photo Walk
          November 24, 2017 Take a Hike Scavenger Hunt
          November 24, 2017 3rd Annual Plaid Friday Urban Hike
          November 19, 2017 Kate Albert Art Presentation
          November 18, 2017 How Animals Prepare for Winter
          November 18, 2017 Hike on National Take a Hike Day
          November 17, 2017 Campfire on the Bluff
          November 17, 2017 Animals Alive!
          November 16, 2017 OAC Happy Hour & Backpacking Basics
          November 14, 2017 Growing Up Farm Kid: Turkey Day
          November 14, 2017 Roly Poly Jamboree
          November 13, 2017 GCP Natural Systems Task Team Meeting #2
          November 11, 2017 Outdoor Fun Scavenger Hunt
          November 10, 2017 Wildflower Society Lecture Series
          November 10, 2017 Squirrel Jamboree
          November 03, 2017 2017 Annual Conservation Tour
          November 02, 2017 Map & Compass Navigation Basics Class
          November 02, 2017 Outdoors Action Team Meeting
          October 29, 2017 Give Back Day: Honeysuckle Blitz
          October 28, 2017 Nature at Night Pumpkin Hike
          October 27, 2017 Owl Prowl
          October 25, 2017 Women's Winter Camping Basics
          October 23, 2017 Community Guest: Adventures of the Mill Creek Yacht Club
          October 21, 2017 Map & Compass Excursion
          October 20, 2017 Tri-State Trails Autumn Quarterly Meeting
          October 18, 2017 Map & Compass 101
          October 17, 2017 Yoga in the Woods
          October 14, 2017 Nature Hunt
          October 14, 2017 Late Fall Migration in the Oxbow
          October 13, 2017 All About Night
          October 10, 2017 Yoga in the Woods
          October 08, 2017 Forest Bathing
          October 06, 2017 Night Bike Ride
          October 04, 2017 Great Parks - Adult Volunteer Orientation
          October 03, 2017 Yoga in the Woods
          October 01, 2017 Almost Full Moon Hike
          September 23, 2017 Become a Sponsor for Great Outdoor Weekend
          September 16, 2017 Music in the Woods
          September 16, 2017 Map & Compass Excursion
          September 15, 2017 Mothing at the Kirby Nature Preserve
          September 14, 2017 Adult Volunteer Orientation
          September 13, 2017 Map & Compass 101
          September 12, 2017 Friends of the Little Miami State Park - Monthly Meeting
          September 10, 2017 Creekin' Weekend
          September 09, 2017 Nature Hunt
          September 09, 2017 Creekin' Weekend
          September 08, 2017 Nocturnal Night Hike
          September 07, 2017 Green Drinks with Green Umbrella
          September 02, 2017 Walk with a Doc
          September 01, 2017 Teaming Up to Have Fun and Make a Difference
          August 26, 2017 Creek Romp at Long Branch Farm & Trails
          August 26, 2017 Walk with a Doc
          August 20, 2017 Riverbank Exploration
          August 20, 2017 Tree Identification
          August 20, 2017 Nature Break
          August 19, 2017 Outdoor Yoga
          August 18, 2017 Campfire Fun
          August 17, 2017 Summer Concerts in the Park
          August 12, 2017 Intro to Tai Chi
          August 12, 2017 Teen Volunteer Orientation
          August 11, 2017 Nocturnal Nature Hike
          August 09, 2017 Adult Volunteer Orientation
          August 06, 2017 Splish Splash Bash
          August 05, 2017 Rescue Skills (Canoe)
          August 05, 2017 16th Annual Ohio River Paddlefest
          August 04, 2017 Water Quality and Winton Lake Cleanup
          August 04, 2017 Paddlefest Paddler's Party
          August 02, 2017 Talk-n-Walk Nature Series - Fairy Gardens
          July 31, 2017 Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, a Community Concert
          July 28, 2017 Friday Night Float (Kayak)
          July 28, 2017 Family Canoe Night
          July 26, 2017 Talk-n-Walk Nature Series - Wetland Grasses and Their Relatives
          July 25, 2017 Cincinnati Nature Center - Rowe Woods at Dusk
          July 16, 2017 Heritage Hike
          July 15, 2017 Great Parks of Hamilton County - Night Hike
          July 15, 2017 Cincinnati Nature Center - Outdoor Yoga
          July 14, 2017 Cincinnati Nature Center - Hoots and Hops
          July 14, 2017 Pint Night - Chacos & Tacos
          July 14, 2017 Kids Expo SPONSOR REGISTRATION
          July 14, 2017 2017 Kids Expo EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION
          July 11, 2017 Adult Volunteer Orientation
          July 09, 2017 Cincinnati Dulcimer Society
          July 08, 2017 Walk with a Doc
          July 07, 2017 Friday Night Float (Kayak)
          July 06, 2017 Burnet Bash: The Fab Five: Music of the Beatles
          July 02, 2017 Scavenger Hunt
          July 01, 2017 Scavenger Hunt
          June 28, 2017 Talk-n-Walk Nature Series - An Evening with the Stars
          June 25, 2017 Muscles 4 Mussels Bike Ride
          June 24, 2017 Walk with a Doc
          June 21, 2017 Talk-n-Walk Nature Series - Wetland Amphibians and Reptiles
          June 17, 2017 June's Urban Stream Adventure
          June 14, 2017 Talk-n-Walk Nature Series - Mushrooms and Fungus
          June 10, 2017 Outdoor Yoga
          February 02, 2017 Outdoors Action Team Meeting
          October 23, 2016 Fall Color Hike at Bender Mountain
          September 24, 2016 Become a Sponsor for Great Outdoor Weekend
          February 04, 2016 Green Drinks with Green Umbrella
          November 18, 2015 Outdoor Adventure Clubs Happy Hour at Taste of Belgium
          October 15, 2015 Outdoor Adventure Day in Loveland
          September 26, 2015 Summer Streets
          August 23, 2015 Summer Streets
          August 16, 2015 Lazy Sundays
          August 15, 2015 Meteor Shower Watch at Long Branch Farm & Trails
          August 11, 2015 Preparing for Night
          August 10, 2015 S'Mores Day Celebration
          August 08, 2015 4th Anniversary Enchanted Forest
          August 02, 2015 Lazy Sundays
          August 01, 2015 Great Parks 85th Birthday Party
          July 16, 2015 Regional Trails Alliance Quarterly Meeting

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