Community Programs

Outdoor Learning Activities

The Highlands Center for Natural History offers a wide range of outdoor learning activities and educational programs for people of all ages. From Naturalist Field walks to learning with our children in the outdoors, our programs have something for all outdoor enthusiasts.

Bug-A-Boo Bliss – Family Night

Get up close and personal with the amazing world of insects in this annual favorite. There’s something for everyone on this night of activities, crafts, puppet shows, and real, live insects! Now based in the Discovery Gardens!

Where: Highlands Center for Natural History
(1375 South Walker Road)

When: July 28th, 6:30p-8:00p

Cost: $2 Children under 13 $5 Adults; 10% member discount

Summer/Fall Star Talks with John Mangimeli

Highlands Center Naturalist and night sky enthusiast, John Mangimeli, takes you on a journey through the summer stars in the special new series about stars, planets, and much more. All ages welcome!

Where: Acker Park (421 S Virginia St)

When: July 14th, 8:30p-9:30p
August 18th, 8:00p-9:00p
September 9th, 7:30p-8:30p

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