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Spring Adult Workshops
Learn how to identify spring wildflowers, expand your teaching skills through a nature workshop for educators, and much more!
Family Nature Walks
Guided walks coming up this spring, every other Saturday at 1:30 - 3 PM. Click here for the full calendar of walks!
PA Day Camp
We still have a few spots left in PA day camp on June 7! 6-10 year-olds will get out into the wilderness of High Park & play nature games!


Upcoming Events

Jun
20
$2 -$5 Suggested Donation
7:00 PM
Join us this summer to learn all about Toronto's native, wild bee populations in this year's Speaker Series, Wild Bee Buzz Talks! Over the course of four lectures by local bee experts, we will explore everything from High Park's bee phenology, to urban bee survival skills, and the ways we can protect these vital insects for years to come.

Jun
21
Free
3:00 PM
Friday June 21, 2019, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Ojiibikens, Taiaiako’n Historical Preservation Society and the High Park Nature Centre invite you to our National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration! Free for families and community. This event is open to everyone but we would like to extend a special invitation to Indigenous families. The celebration will include the following kid- friendly activities! Planting native plants in the garden Arts and crafts Feast

Jun
22
$2-5
1:30 PM
Did you know that there are some creatures here in Toronto that give some of our native species a tough time? Come learn about High Park's invasive plant and animal species and find out why they're so sneaky!

Jul
3
$2 - $5 Suggested Donation
8:30 PM
Let's explore High Park's amazing and mysterious bat populations! Using hand-held bat detectors, we will listen for bats' ultrasonic calls in High Park, explore their habitat, behaviour, and favourite foods as they swoop and loop during their evening, mid-air forage.



Jul
3
$2 - $5 Suggested Donation
10:00 PM
Weather permitting! We need a clear sky to see the stars and planetsAs the sky fades into night, explore the astronomical wonders above us with the help of our telescope! Please note that this party follows our Urban Bat Walk.Supported by Kiwanis Club of Toronto.

Jul
9
Suggested donation: $2-5
1:30 PM
Join us to explore some of our winged friends who spend their Summers in High Park. We’ll share some some ID basics, give you an intro in bird language, and teach about some ways to investigate birds even when you can’t see them!

Jul
10
$2 - $5 Suggested Donation
8:30 PM
Let's explore High Park's amazing and mysterious bat populations! Using hand-held bat detectors, we will listen for bats' ultrasonic calls in High Park, explore their habitat, behaviour, and favourite foods as they swoop and loop during their evening, mid-air forage.

Jul
11
$2 - $5 Suggested Donation
6:00 PM
Prior to her Wild Bee Buzz Talk on July 11th, Susan will lead a one-time special edition of the Wild Bee Club from 6:00 - 7:00 pm! Come learn all about our audio bee booth, get cozy with the bees in our gardens, and much more! Feel free to attend the Wild Bee Club, the talk, or both!
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