Sunday, February 7, 2016

Tyler Arboretum

PARKS
Tyler Arboretum
Nearby Venues
  • Salad Stop
  • On A Roll Restaurant Co
  • Vinnie's Place
  • Court Diner
  • Plumstead Inn
  • Primo Hoagies
  • The American Cafe
  • Pinocchio's Restaurant
  • Peking/Tokyo
  • Margaret Kuo's Peking
515 Painter Rd. Media, PA 19063
610-566-9134
  • Calendar
    Upcoming events
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      Printmaking Workshop
    • Join Megan Santolupo, art teacher and owner of the Media Art Room, to bring nature to life through pencil and ink. Each design will use natural objects found in the winter landscape.
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      Conifers, Tree Medicine & Winter Wellness
    • Led by Katelyn Melvin of Tooth of the Lion Apothecary, this winter plant walk will focus on the botanical characteristics, ethnobotany, "wildcrafting" tips and medicinal uses of conifers past and present. After the walk, participants will head inside to sip on white pine tea and discuss how to incorporate herbal medicine into simple winter wellness practices.
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      Teeny Tiny Trackers
    • Monday, February 8, 2016
    • This nature program for young children includes an outdoor walk paired with an indoor activity.
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      Winter Bird Walks
    • Wednesday, February 10, 2016
    • Tyler Arboretum is a wonderful winter haven for many feathered friends. Join expert guides for an infomative walk in search of resident birdlife. Bring bird guides and binoculars, if you have them.
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      Tyler Tales
    • Wednesday, February 10, 2016
    • Kids and parents will enjoy a story, craft and outside time together.
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      Winter Botany Walks
    • Wednesday, February 10, 2016
    • Tyler is the perfect place to beat the winter blues. There's always something to see here and Richard Brenner and Dick Cloud are the perfect guides to winter's natural wonders. Learn to recognize plants in their seasonal guise using seed stalks, leaf rosettes, and other clues, and explore Tyler's ever changing beauty - even in the winter season.
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      Winter Beekeeping Workshop
    • Saturday, February 13, 2016
    • Winter is the time to make final preparations for beekeeping in the spring. Join beekeeper Paul Strommer in this fun, informative, hands-on learning experience. The class covers basic bee biology, equipment, colony set-up and location, hive management, common pests and diseases, and more.
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      Sunday Botany Walk
    • Sunday, February 14, 2016
    • There's plenty to see at Tyler, even in the winter. Join Dick Cloud for an afternoon walk, and search Tyler's meadows and woodlands for winter beauty.
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      School Day-Off Camp: Arboretum Adventures
    • Monday, February 15, 2016
    • A day of nature exploration and fun is the perfect solution when your child has a day off and you have to work. These easy-going days are filled with discovery, games, crafts, hikes, and projects so engaging the kids won't even know they're learning.
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      Garden Sprouts
    • Tuesday, February 16, 2016
    • "Garden Sprouts" programs feature stories, crafts and hands-on activities to introduce kids to plants and gardening.
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      Toddlers in Nature
    • Wednesday, February 17, 2016
    • Young children and their favorite adults can enjoy stories, themed activities and time in nature together.
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      Winter Night Hike
    • Saturday, February 20, 2016
    • Winter offers great views of the Arboretum. With the leaves off the trees, natural structures and landforms are more visible. Join Dick Cloud for a fast-paced hike that includes moderate to steep trails.
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      Photo Walk: Focus on Winterscapes
    • Saturday, February 20, 2016
    • For photographers seeking winter inspiration, the textures of bare trees and the pops of color in Tyler's witchhazel collection offer unlimited opportunities to be creative. Join naturalist and photographer Chris Lawler as he shares tips on composition and camera settings to help photographers capture winter images they'll be proud to share.
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      Pancake Breakfast & Maple Sugaring Celebration
    • Saturday, February 27, 2016
    • This annual family event features a walk to one of the Arboretum's sugar maples, where you can your hand at tapping a tree, then discover how sap is turned into delicious maple syrup. Then, satisfy your appetite in the historic Barn for a yummy pancake and sausage breakfast.