Woodlawn Nature Center will host an Earth Day celebration on Friday, April 22, to enjoy the outdoors and celebrate the earth! The nature center will be open for special evening hours from 6 to 8 pm for Earth Day. The event will include a guided wildflower hike and campfire. The nationally certified outdoor classroom will be open with outside activities, as well as the many activities inside the nature center, such as the wigwam, native fish, dinosaur digging cave, loose parts play area, wildlife viewing window and more. The cost for the special hours and celebration is $2/person or $5/family and is free for members. Donations are always appreciated.
Earth Day started on April 22, 1970, as people showed support for a sustainable land that that valued the plants, animals, and ecosystems. Woodlawn Nature Center celebrates the earth every day by sharing environmental education programming, a nature center open to the public, and access to the trails through the woods.