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  • Upcoming Events « Spring Tonics « Friends of Wissahickon
    10 30 am 12 00 pm Event Navigation Seeing Through the Woods With Bruce Wagner March Mud Join us for a morning of spicebush tea made with maple sap and spicebush twigs Then we ll head out for a walk in search of other edible plants just awaking in the spring All ages Please register in advance To register 215 685 9285 or wec phila gov Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date March 12 Time 10 30 am 12 00 pm Venue Wissahickon Environmental Center 300 Northwestern Avenue Philadelphia PA 19128 United States Google Map Phone 215 685 9285 Website https www facebook com WissahickonEnvironmentalCenter fref ts Event Navigation Seeing Through the Woods With Bruce Wagner March Mud Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring Ephemerals in the Wissahickon Nature March 23 2016 See more news Follow FOW FOW on Facebook FOW on Instagram Ongoing Projects We need volunteers to help restore structures

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  • Events for March 12, 2016 « Events « Friends of Wissahickon
    of what caused the rocks of the Wissahickon Gorge to be formed and why they are currently exposed at the earth s surface Then though hiking explore Wissahickon Schist with its intricate and beautiful patterns view Find out more 10 00 am Seeing Through the Woods With Bruce Wagner March 12 10 00 am 12 00 pm Cedars House Forbidden Drive Philadelphia United States Google Map Please click here to register for this hike Winter nears its end and spring approaches and we can see through the woods we can see up to the top of the ridges and see down to the creek It s a wonderful time to look at the Wissahickon woods We will walk from Cedars House to Find out more 10 30 am Spring Tonics March 12 10 30 am 12 00 pm Wissahickon Environmental Center 300 Northwestern Avenue Philadelphia PA 19128 United States Google Map Join us for a morning of spicebush tea made with maple sap and spicebush twigs Then we ll head out for a walk in search of other edible plants just awaking in the spring All ages Please register in advance To register 215 685 9285 or wec phila gov Find out more 1 00 pm March Mud March 12 1 00 pm 3 00 pm Wissahickon Environmental Center 300 Northwestern Avenue Philadelphia PA 19128 United States Google Map Mud is a magical substance that is home to worms tracks animals as they pass and allows plants to grow tall and strong This magic of mud will be explored as kids get dirty in different types of soils sand silt and clay both while hiking through the forest and while planting seeds at the Find out more Day Navigation Previous Day Next Day Export Day s Events Categories Select a

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  • Upcoming Events « Cedars Talks: Understanding Horses with Cynthia Turecki « Friends of Wissahickon
    Wissahickon with Gerry Schweiger Blue Bell Invasive Removal Please click here to register for this talk Have you ever wondered how a horse thinks and communicates This presentation will help you understand the horse s point of view Learn how a horse sees its surrounding and thinks Cedars House Talks take place at the Cedars House Café on Forbidden Drive just below Northwestern Ave Events are cancelled in the event of bad weather Those who register will receive an email in the event Cedars House is closed Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date March 13 Time 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Venue The Cedars House Forbidden Drive and Northwestern Avenue Philadelphia PA 19128 United States Google Map Phone 215 242 3121 Website http thecedarshouse com Event Navigation Trails Less Traveled IV Icons of the Lower Wissahickon with Gerry Schweiger Blue Bell Invasive Removal Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring Ephemerals in

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  • Upcoming Events « Trails Less Traveled IV: Icons of the Lower Wissahickon with Gerry Schweiger « Friends of Wissahickon
    1 00 pm 4 00 pm Event Navigation March Mud Cedars Talks Understanding Horses with Cynthia Turecki Please click here to register for this hike Meet at parking lot on Gypsy Lane near Lincoln Drive across from Wissahickon Hall Most park landmarks are on Forbidden Drive This walk will take hikers to some less visited places along the lower creek We will start and finish on the Rittenhouse Trail along Lincoln Drive and will visit the Hundred Steps Hermit s Cave Lover s Leap and RittenhouseTown Duration 2 5 3 hours Difficulty several strenuous climbs Registration is recommended for all hikes required if indicated so that participants can be informed of weather or other emergency cancellations Unless otherwise specified Trail Ambassador Hikes may be on rocky rugged trails that may be wet and slippery Wear sturdy shoes or boots with socks Long pants are recommended for protection against occasional poison ivy and possible ticks Bring water and a snack if desired Unless otherwise noted children eight and older are welcome if accompanied by a responsible adult Walks are cancelled in heavy rain or icy conditions For more information or to register visit fow org Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date March 13 Time 1 00 pm 4 00 pm Venue Parking Lot at Gypsy Lane Lincoln Drive and Gypsy Lane Philadelphia PA 19129 United States Google Map Event Navigation March Mud Cedars Talks Understanding Horses with Cynthia Turecki Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring Ephemerals in the Wissahickon Nature March 23 2016

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  • Upcoming Events « Blue Bell Invasive Removal « Friends of Wissahickon
    Events This event has passed Blue Bell Invasive Removal March 19 9 00 am 1 00 pm Event Navigation Cedars Talks Understanding Horses with Cynthia Turecki Gorgeous Gorge with Rod Bartchy We will continue our invasive removal efforts at Blue Bell Hill We will focus on Devil s Walking Stick Aralia elata Bittersweet Vine Celastrus orbiculatus Vine and Bush Honeysuckle L japonica and L maackii and wine berry Rubus phoenicolasius Come out to lend a hand and brush up on your Latin Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date March 19 Time 9 00 am 1 00 pm Venue Blue Bell Park Event Navigation Cedars Talks Understanding Horses with Cynthia Turecki Gorgeous Gorge with Rod Bartchy Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring Ephemerals in the Wissahickon Nature March 23 2016 See more news Follow FOW FOW on Facebook FOW on Instagram Ongoing Projects We need volunteers to help restore structures repair stone work

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  • Upcoming Events « Gorgeous Gorge with Rod Bartchy « Friends of Wissahickon
    Stories of Amazing Avians with Mike Kopena Please click here to register for this hike Meet at the upper parking lot along Valley Green Road An exploration of the Wissahickon Gorge on the Chestnut Hill side from the edge of the creek to hidden craggy heights with wonderful views Hike along a variety of trails and little known connector footpaths and bridges exposing the park s geology rugged terrain and man made structures from past to present Our hike includes rocky and steep portions Difficulty moderate to brisk pace Distance 2 5 miles Duration 2 hours Registration is recommended for all hikes required if indicated so that participants can be informed of weather or other emergency cancellations Unless otherwise specified Trail Ambassador Hikes may be on rocky rugged trails that may be wet and slippery Wear sturdy shoes or boots with socks Long pants are recommended for protection against occasional poison ivy and possible ticks Bring water and a snack if desired Unless otherwise noted children eight and older are welcome if accompanied by a responsible adult Walks are cancelled in heavy rain or icy conditions For more information or to register visit fow org Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date March 19 Time 1 00 pm 3 00 pm Venue Upper Parking Lot on Valley Green Road Valley Green Road Philadelphia PA 19118 United States Google Map Event Navigation Blue Bell Invasive Removal Basics of Birding and True Stories of Amazing Avians with Mike Kopena Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring

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  • Events for June 2016 « Friends of Wissahickon
    Share via Email Events Find Events Events In Search Events for June 2016 Calendar Month Navigation May Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 29 30 31 1 Wissahickon Walkers 2 Butterfly Walk with 3 4 5 6 7 Annual Members Meeti 8 Wissahickon Walkers 9 10 11 Amphibian Adventures 12 13 14 15 Wissahickon Walkers 16 Thursday Tots Dogwo 17 Night Singing Insect 18 History Walk on the 19 Woods and Meadow Hik 20 21 22 Wissahickon Walkers 23 24 25 Know Your Bugs 26 27 28 29 Wissahickon Walkers 30 1 2 Calendar Month Navigation May Export Month s Events Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring Ephemerals in the Wissahickon Nature March 23 2016 See more news Follow FOW FOW on Facebook FOW on Instagram Ongoing Projects We need volunteers to help restore structures repair stone work and rebuild trails Volunteer Get involved Become a member today You like to

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  • Upcoming Events « Love Your Park Day « Friends of Wissahickon
    Day Share this page Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Events All Events Love Your Park Day May 7 9 00 am 1 00 pm Event Navigation Wissahickon Walkers Identifying and Drawing Wildflowers in Nature with Lisa Kolker This spring for Love Your Park day we will be planting trees in and around the gully restoration site at Roxborough Ave Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date May 7 Time 9 00 am 1 00 pm Venue Roxborough and Magdalena streets Event Navigation Wissahickon Walkers Identifying and Drawing Wildflowers in Nature with Lisa Kolker Categories Select a category Uncategorized Trail Work Current Projects Conservation News Nature Newsletter Restoration Events Jun 29th Wissahickon Walkers Jun 25th Know Your Bugs Jun 22nd Wissahickon Walkers View more events News 2016 Biennial Wissahickon Photo Contest News April 11 2016 Walnut Lane Bridge to Close for Six Months News March 29 2016 Spring Ephemerals in the Wissahickon Nature March 23 2016 See more news Follow FOW FOW on Facebook FOW on Instagram Ongoing Projects We need volunteers to help restore structures repair stone work and rebuild trails Volunteer Get involved Become a member today Nut in is better than a hike in the

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