Breakfast for dinner? Most definitely! Join Woodlawn Nature Center on May 2nd at 5:30 pm for an evening brunch and wildflower walk! Participate in a short presentation on spring wildflowers inside with “brinner”. Then head outside to discuss the beautiful spring ephemerals. Take home a laminated spring wildflower guide. The cost is $15/person. Reservations and prepayment required by April 28th at email@example.com or by calling 966-0250.
The woods near Woodlawn Nature Center are home to many spring wildflowers. Trillium, Virginia Bluebells, Bloodroot, Mayapple, Dutchman’s Breeches, Wild Ginger, and Trout Lily are just a few of the spring ephemerals that line the trails. Each flower has a special story.
Woodlawn Nature Center’s woods and natural history museum are located within the Elkhart City limits on Woodlawn Avenue, two blocks East of Cassopolis Street. The Center is open Thursday from 1PM to 5 PM and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from noon to 5pm, or by special appointment. Woodlawn Nature Center celebrates 50 years in Elkhart in 2015.