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Virtual Walk with a Doc

  Virtual Walk with a Doc

With many in-person Walk with a Doc events being postponed due to the COVID-19 virus, our team has decided to start hosting VIRTUAL events so that we can remain active and socially connected, even during a period of physical distancing. Every Saturday at 9:00 AM ET we’ll post a video featuring a guest physician who […]

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Virtual Walk with a Doc

  Virtual Walk with a Doc

With many in-person Walk with a Doc events being postponed due to the COVID-19 virus, our team has decided to start hosting VIRTUAL events so that we can remain active and socially connected, even during a period of physical distancing. Every Saturday at 9:00 AM ET we’ll post a video featuring a guest physician who […]

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Nature of Grief: Children’s Program

  Nature of Grief: Children’s Program

All day workshop for children ages 6-13, who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Kids attending will have the opportunity to learn about grief, emotions, and positive coping skills in an active, peer based environment. Breakfast and lunch will be served as part of this educational and fun filled day. Registration is required […]

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Multiple Film Series Showcase Environmental Cinema

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Multiple Film Series Showcase Environmental Cinema

In A River Between Us, a former Oregon state politician narrates the simmering disputes over the Pacific Northwest’s Klamath River. In Earthrise, the astronauts who first photographed our world from space discuss the images that eventually inspired Earth Day. The Devil We Know tells audiences the true story behind the polluting of Parkersburg, West Virginia, […]

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Autumn Walk at Green Lawn Cemetery

  Autumn Walk at Green Lawn Cemetery

Join us for perhaps the loveliest seasonal walk of the year through Columbus’s preeminent Victorian cemetery. Columbus Landmarks and Friends of Green Lawn partner to provide quarterly walks to help support the missions of these two preservation-minded nonprofits, In addition to learning about the botanical and wildlife features found within this 200 year old cemetery, […]

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Tree ID 101

  Tree ID 101

Learn the fundamentals of tree identification from certified arborist staff members as well as from Commissioners on the City’s Tree Commission. Learn to use a key to identify trees and walk through the park to put new found knowledge to the test, using the City’s Tree Trek. Classes are provided for identification practice during different […]

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Fall Family Campfire

  Fall Family Campfire

Arrive at 5pm to visit the animals before taking a wagon ride at 6pm along the pastures, prairie and woods to the campfire beside the pond. Explore the prairie paths and banks of the pond before roasting hotdogs and marshmallows. Settle down with a cup of hot cider to listen to a story and join […]

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