February Programs

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Saturday, February 2 - Junior Naturalists

Kids, here is your chance to become a Naturalist for a day. Work with our staff to clean and feed the Zion Nature Center’s turtles, snakes and other educational animals. Adult must stay during program.


Saturday, February 9 - Junior Naturalists

Kids, here is your chance to become a Naturalist for a day. Work with our staff to clean and feed the Zion Nature Center’s turtles, snakes and other educational animals. Adult must stay during program.

Friday, February 15 - Animal Adventures: Fox

Meet at the Library for story time fun. Afterwards, we will walk to the Zion Nature Center to discover fox. Did you know we had two types of fox here in Indiana?


Saturday, February 16 - Junior Naturalists

Kids, here is your chance to become a Naturalist for a day. Work with our staff to clean and feed the Zion Nature Center’s turtles, snakes and other educational animals. Adult must stay during program.


Saturday, February 16 - Backyard Maple Sugaring

It is the sweetest time of year!  Learn about how the Native Americans discovered how to make maple syrup, how production has changed over the years, how to tap a tree, and even sample some freshly made maple syrup! Registration is required, as space is limited.

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Friday, February 22 - Mommy & Me: Woodpeckers

Give your toddler a fun and interactive introduction to nature in our Mommy and Me classes!  Each month will focus on a different topic and will feature live animal encounters, stories, crafts, and nature exploration. Due to school being in session, parking is not available at the Zion Nature Center.


Saturday, February 16 - Junior Naturalists

Kids, here is your chance to become a Naturalist for a day. Work with our staff to clean and feed the Zion Nature Center’s turtles, snakes and other educational animals. Adult must stay during program.


Saturday, February 23 - Monthly Dog Walk

  • When: 1 – 2 p.m.
  • Where: Creekside Nature Park, 11001 E Sycamore St.

We’ll explore the sights and smells of winter along Eagle Creek. A chance to socialize is the perfect reason to get outside with your favorite pup. Additional parking is available at Lion’s Park.