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Bernheim Valentine’s Day Dinner

Catered by Jarfi’s Bistro Dinner for two includes appetizers, main course, dessert, music and dancing throughout the evening. Cash bar available. Choice of two evenings. Bid to win an overnight stay at the Bernheim lodge! Make your reservation early; space is limited and Saturday evening will fill up quickly. Payment by credit card or check […]

Don Spain and Cele Beckner, Volunteer Naturalists

Winter Star Stories & Sky Watch Night

In winter, the stars seem brighter against the night canvas and the woods are enlivened by the crunch of leaves, frozen ground, and the quiet of the woods and fields. Winter Star Stories happen rain or shine. Registration and payment due by 4 p.m. day prior to the start of program. Call (502) 955-8512 before […]

Staff and Volunteer Naturalists

ECO Kids Discovery Days: Seeing Green

Look close and you will discover mosses, ferns, and lichens thriving in the winter landscape! Kids and their families will have fun discovering these green gems through the challenge, and then exploring hands-on Discovery Stations during the afternoon. Hands-on Discovery Stations, featuring a variety of ecological wonders presented by our Volunteer Naturalists, at the Visitor […]

Pollywog Play Parties: Recycle Extravaganza

Recycling is much more than sorting paper and cans! Pollywogs will add creative fun to the recycling process through a song and story circle, nature-based adventures, and a variety of art, science and play activities. Registration required by 4 p.m. day prior to program; call (502) 955-8512 to reserve your place in the Pollywog pond […]

Smart Gardens and Landscapes: Growing Plants from Seed

One of the most enjoyable activities in all of gardening is growing a plant from seed. Winter is the time to start planning for the coming spring, and January is a good month to place orders for seeds from catalogs. Join us in this hands-on workshop to learn about plant seed selection, seed treatments, potting […]

Getting to Know Trees in Winter

How can you identify spicebush, sassafras, boxelder, pawpaw, or the other trees in winter? Which local trees can be used for beverages, cough medicine, or cordage? Join Interpretive Programs Manager Wren Smith for a delightful time exploring tree stories and lore, as you gain tips of how to recognize many trees in the winter woods. […]