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Wood County Park End of August Programs

Summers not over at the Wood County Park District! MANY awesome things to do outdoors the next several weeks. Check out these great events!

Canoeing with Crayfish

Saturday, August 18;
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Weirs Rapids Access
21095 Range Line Rd, Bowling Green
Enjoy a scenic float down the Maumee River with Naturalists and ODNR stream scientists who will point out interesting river features. Experience how experts evaluate the health of the river by investigating the critters that call it home! Previous canoeing experience highly recommended. Must be 6 years old to ride in middle, 10 years old to paddle at the bow (front), 14 years old to paddle without an adult in the same boat (must have liability form signed by legal guardian before attending the program). Please make arrangements with program leader for center riders or special needs.
Program fee: $10/ $7 for Friends of the Parks members.

 

Stargazing

Saturday, August 18; 9:00 – 10:30 pm
Beaver Creek Preserve
23028 Long Judson Road, Grand Rapids
See stars, nebula and more with the Toledo Astronomical Association. Feel free to bring a chair and blanket. This program is free and open to all. No need to register. For more information contact Frank Merritt at 419-535-8775 or frank.merritt@utoledo.edu.
FREE Program.
No registration needed.

 

Maumee River Lake Sturgeon Reintroduction

Thursday, August 23;
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Otsego Park
Thompson Stone Hall
20000 West River Road, Bowling Green
A member of the Maumee River Sturgeon Restoration Collaborative will present about the reintroduction of this iconic fish species to the Maumee River. Look forward to information regarding a future ceremony on the river to celebrate the return of the lake sturgeon to our waters!
FREE Program

 

Full Moon Walk

Saturday, August 25; 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
William Henry Harrison Park
644 Bierley Avenue, Pemberville
Enjoy a gentle stroll under the Full Sturgeon moon as we learn moon lore and look and listen for nocturnal wildlife. Bug spray, repellent technology or clothing recommended, any flashlights must have red lenses, no dogs permitted.
FREE Program

 

2018 Photo Contest

Friends of the Parks Photo Contest
  • $5 entry fee to enter up to 5 photos
  • Friends of the Parks members can enter up to 10 photos for $5.
  • Entry deadline is November 30th, 2018
  • about 30 photos from each category will be printed, framed and exhibited in April at the Four Corners Photo Exhibition.
  • Top two winners in each category receive a rosette ribbon, a Friends’ membership, a special recognition at the opening photography exhibit reception.

Commemorative Trail

Say it forever and leave a legacy.
Commemorative Trail Bricks are available.
3 lines of text on a 4×8″ brick = $100
5 lines of text on an 8×8″ brick = $125

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