DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Thursday, April 20

Spring Storywalk |  Snowman - Cold = Puddle: Spring Equations

Enjoy a story as you stroll along a trail. This spring's StoryWalk® is Snowman - Cold = Puddle: Spring Equations. "Math meets metaphor in this eye-opening...

STORYWALK: Curious George Makes Maple Syrup

Mt. Pisgah State Park invites you to enjoiy reading "Curious George Makes Maple Syrup" while walking along a portion of the Oh! Susanna Trail. This Storywalk...

Spring Egg Hunt

This is a self-guided activity and will be up until June 1, 2023. Spring has sprung at Greenwood Furnace! Get outside and enjoy the park while searching for...

Weekly Weeders

Interested in learning more about gardening with native plants? Volunteer to work alongside our education staff as they mulch, pull weeds, divide plants,...

Environmental Education Programs and Field Trips for Schools

Teachers, consider having an environmental education specialist visit your classroom, or welcome you onsite, to provide standards-based presentations that...

Tiny Tots Story Stroll: Daniel Finds a Poem (Thursday morning)

For ages 3-5 with accompanying adult. Registration will open about 1 month prior to the program. Book is tentative, but date is set. Join educators from...

DiscoverE Program - "Earth, Our Home"

Children ages 4 - 6 will celebrate planet Earth through exciting hands-on activites.

Family Fishing Program

Always wanted to learn how to fish? You don’t even need a license for this one time catch and release program. We’ll provide the instruction and loan you a...

Wildflower Walk

Wildflower Walk (ages 10 and up) – Join Friends of Pinchot volunteers or park staff on an easy woodland stroll, identifying wildflowers and sharing bits of...

Home School Night: The nighttime Sky

Join the park naturalist for a special April Home School Night. During this session we will be learning about stars, constellations, and other objects in the...

Woodcock Walk

Come join the local bird enthusiasts in pursuit of one of the most unusual birds found in Pennsylvania. The woodcock, also known as the timberdoodle, night...

Meteor Shower Watch

Come out and enjoy watching the Lyrids Meteor Shower atop Headache Hill. This meteor shower is created by debris from the Comet Thatcher. During peak nights,...

Thursday, April 20