This year we've got something new and even spookier in store just for the adults in the crowd! Join us for our #LateNight Halloween Howl October 26th from 8 to 10 PM. . Use your senses to debunk common myths about the supposed spooky creatures of #HighPark and enjoy a late night hike through the dark. How do owls hunt and eat their prey? Are wasps our friends or foes? What do bugs taste like? . Admission is $15/person. For more information and to register please visit: What's On > Halloween Howl
Wondering how the fall colours are progressing? Check out the Fall Colour report from Ontario Travel (ontariotravel.net > Fall Colour Report). We've also got our Unbe-leaf-able Fall Colours #FamilyNatureWalk this weekend (October 20th at 1:30 p.m.) More about the Family Nature Walk: Experiences > Family Nature Walks
Happy #mysterymonday! Last week, one of our younger participants found this soft mysterious thing on the underside of a piece of pine bark. What do you think it is?
Our #AutumnTreeDrawing #AdultWorkshop is coming up quickly! It's on October 21st from 1 to 4 PM. The cost is $50 per person or $39/senior (60+). In this workshop you will learn: How to get started drawing trees and leaves, how to achieve natural textures and which details to look for and include in your artwork! . Nellie Sue Potter's love and appreciation for the natural world is evident in her artwork and art teaching. Her work experience includes working as a botanical illustrator, teaching art to children, and teaching botanical art to adults. Her teaching venues in Toronto include the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Botanical Garden, and now her very own teaching studio, Nature Art Studio, on Dundas Street West, in the Junction area, north of High Park. . If you haven't signed up already - nows your chance! . Visit: Experiences > Adult Programs > Adult Workshops