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Upcoming Events

For all FHNC events, members may park in our lot with their hang tag.  All other attendees must pay to park in the honor box provided by DNR or display a MD State Park Pass.


April 26, 2024

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Frog Frenzy


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Frog Frenzy is a family friendly evening event, held on the grounds of the Nature Center from 5:00 - 8:00pm to enjoy the sounds of the spring peepers.  Guests are invited to visit the Nature Center and 10 interactive stations around the grounds to learn about our native amphibians.  You can also enjoy the food truck, live music, crafts, face painting, staff led hike, dip netting for tadpoles, outdoor games and our animal ambassadors.

Cost is $7.00 / person. This is a rain or shine event and tickets are non-refundable. Children under 5 are free and do not need to be registered.

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May 11 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Mother's Day Yoga & Coffee

Rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit with a calming yoga session, followed by a cup of coffee or tea. Treat yourself to a morning of self-care and connection in the tranquil embrace of nature. Led by Fair Hill Nature Center Director and Certified Yoga Instructor Laura Hannan.

Feel free to bring mom, children, grandma, and grandchildren!

Cost is $10.00 per person.

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May 18 from 1pm - 3pm

Nature Journal Workshop

Join artist and bookmaker, Patti Paulus, and create your own Nature Journal. Attendees will hand sew two 5.5” x 4.25” pamphlet style journals that will include up to 3 different types of paper. All paper cut to size and tools needed will be provided. Attendees will go home with two journals and instructions to easily make a journal at home!

June 1 from 2pm - 3:30pm

Native Plants for Every Yard

Explore more than 20 beautiful and ecologically valuable native plants that can thrive in your spaces. Learn which perennials and shrubs provide pollen for pollinators, berries for birds, foliage for caterpillars, and year-round beauty for our enjoyment. Each participant will be provided with a detailed list of plants to consider for their spaces, as well as tips and instructions on how to create and maintain a native garden.


1st Saturdays of the Month

Volunteer Day

The first Saturday of each month, we invite the community to volunteer their time at the Nature Center.  Duties include: organizing the barn, cleaning the building, windows, and bathrooms, mulching garden beds, picking up sticks and raking leaves and general animal care.


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Pop Up Camps

When schools are closed during the week, consider bringing your children, ages 5-12, to our Pop Up Camps.  Campers will spend the day playing outside, exploring Fair Hill, making crafts and new friends! For more information about dates and pricing, click the link below.

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