Calendar Highlights

Major upcoming events are highlighted below. See the full slate of planned activities at the Wild Center on our online calendar.

Wednesday Mornings on Wild Walk for Members

When? Wednesdays in August, 8-10 am
*Members Only

Members can enjoy Wild Walk before it opens every Wednesday morning in July and August.

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Farmers Market

When? Every Thursday until September 14th, 10am – 2pm

The Wild Center hosts weekly Farmers Markets where you can meet local farmers and take home some of the wonderful local food grown in the Adirondack region.

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Yoga and Mindfulness on Wild Walk

When? Fridays, August 18th & 25th
*Registration required

Start your day with yoga and mindfulness with exclusive access to Wild Walk, our pathway through the forest canopy.

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“The Eagle Huntress” film screening and falconry with Leah Valerio

When? Saturdays, August 26th & September 9th

Come see an awe-inspiring tale of family, empowerment, and the enduring bond between humans and nature. “The Eagle Huntress” follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter, and rises to the pinnacle of a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries.

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Art in the Park with Tim Fortune: Seeing As a Creative Act

When? Monday, August 28th
What time? 10am–1pm
*Registration required

Join The Wild Center this summer to awaken your talents in celebration of art and nature in the Adirondacks. Monday mornings in July and August, come explore the natural world with experienced Adirondack artists. This class focuses on art appreciation and improving latent creativity.

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Autumn Outing on the Raquette River

When? Saturdays and Sundays throughout September and October
*Registration required

Join a NYS Licensed Guide and Wild Center Naturalist on an interpretive canoe paddle along the Raquette River’s oxbow this autumn.

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Forest Bathing for Members - A Reflective Walk in the Woods

When? Thursday, September 21st
What time? 8:30–11am
*Registration required *Members Only

Discover the joy of being present, fully present, to yourself and to the natural world, with all your senses engaged, during a Forest Bathing experience.

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Forest Bathing - A Reflective Walk in the Woods

When? Saturday, September 30th
What time? 8:30–11am
*Registration required

Discover the joy of being present, fully present, to yourself and to the natural world, with all your senses engaged, during a Forest Bathing experience.

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Fall Landscapes and Waterfalls photo tour with Carl Heilman

When? Sunday, October 1st
What time? 11am–7pm
*Registration required

Spend a day photographing the west central Adirondacks during the peak of fall color in the area, with Carl Heilman as your guide and instructor.

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Forest Bathing - A Reflective Walk in the Woods

When? Saturday, October 7th
What time? 8:30–11am
*Registration required

Discover the joy of being present, fully present, to yourself and to the natural world, with all your senses engaged, during a Forest Bathing experience.

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Forest Bathing for Members - A Reflective Walk in the Woods

When? Saturday, October 14th
What time? 8:30–11am
*Registration required *Members Only

Discover the joy of being present, fully present, to yourself and to the natural world, with all your senses engaged, during a Forest Bathing experience.

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The Wild Center’s 2017 Homeschool Day

When? Wednesday, October 18th
What time? 10am–3pm

Curiosity opens up a world of possibilities—it’s what pushes us to keep learning, keep moving forward, and keep trying. Spend the day around the exhibits and trails looking beneath the surface to discover mysterious unknowns.

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Adirondack Youth Climate Summit

When? Wednesday, November 8th & Thursday, November 9th
*Registration required

Join us for the 9th Adirondack Youth Climate Summit.

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Free Day at The Wild Center

When? Saturday, November 11th
What time? 10am–5pm

Admission to The Wild Center is free today!

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