Start out the fall outdoors: come for fun in our natural playscape to explore the mud kitchen, play on the music wall, and more as you and your children enjoy the wonders of the outdoors while meeting other families.
Trade the sweaty gym for open skies, fresh air, and friendly company with an invigorating walk along our beautiful trails.
Before school starts and you’re back behind a desk, come stretch your legs on our beautiful 340 acres.
Join us to plant Jubilee Grove, a special 50th anniversary planting at the nexus of many of our trails. Volunteers will gather to plant all the trees, shrubs, and wildflowers donated by Schuylkill Center supporters and friends, establishing Jubilee Grove, a gift for future generations.
We’ll take to the ropes and see how high we can climb. Warehouses all across the nation are being turned into exciting indoor rock climbing spaces.
Let the natural world be your teacher at our third University of Nature, a one-day symposium for the nature enthusiast.
The Mountain and the Bumblebee brings together selected works by contemporary poets and artists in a variety of media who confront notions of landscape as both cultural icon and raw material.
Come explore the wildlife of our ponds and streams before they the winter season.
This is a day all about the earth sciences. We are going to our Rock Pile to study rocks that are abundant in this part of Pennsylvania.
What makes a mad scientist? Someone who is not afraid to push boundaries and find the extremes of scientific inquiry.
Test your outdoor navigation skills with the Delaware Valley Orienteering Association. Beginners and advanced orienteers are welcome with multiple different courses set up.
The region’s nature center community gathers to honor one of its own while discussing its collective future.
Spend a day immersed in nature rejuvenating your body and clearing your mind. Start off the morning with yoga and meditation sessions in our forest, then spend the afternoon learning about how natural plants can be used to connect the senses and the body.
This day is for the builder in all of us. Draw from the environment for all our materials and supplies, we’ll make forts, shelters, and houses in our Pine Grove.
After environmental leaders from the region share their vision for our future, we’ll bury a time capsule marked by a new sculpture, and officially dedicate Jubilee Grove.
We’ll collect all leaves and seeds that fall in the autumn and combine them into nature journals.
Become a steward of our forest while learning more about nature and enjoying fresh air.