Bring your little one for an animal talk, a story, snack, and a craft to take home. $3 per child, $2 for members.
Learn basic strokes from our American Canoe Association certified instructors and then practice your new skills on Dundee Creek. Ages 8 and up. $7 per person, $5 for members. Children under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Introduce your little ones to nature’s wonders while enjoying stories, crafts, games, songs, and outdoor activities. Dress for the weather, arrive and sign-in at start time. This program is for families. Groups must call the office to schedule a trip. Donations needed.
Free admission, rain or shine! Activities will include apple cider pressing, bird hikes, and crafts. There will be demonstrations, canoe and boat rides, and a Kids Mini Marsh Mucker Obstacle Course Run ($5 per person to register)! For more information, see our flyer. See you there!
A Nature Hunt on your own. Stop in the Center, obtain a list of clues to search for and find. Find them all and win a prize.
To view the full schedule and registration information for September through November 2014, check out our Fall 2014 Event Calendar. Advance registration is required for all programs.CONTINUE READING →
Marshy Point’s 7th Annual Fall Festival will be held from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, September 27. Free admission, rain or shine! Activities will include apple cider pressing, bird hikes, and crafts. There will be demonstrations, canoe and boat rides, and a Kids Mini Marsh Mucker Obstacle Course Run! For more information, see […]CONTINUE READING →
The 4th Annual Turtle Trek 5K Run/1 Mile Walk (in memory of Katie and Wil Brady) will be held at 9 am on Saturday, November 8th, at Marshy Point. Early Bird Registration now open! $25 until Sept. 30th, $30 by Nov. 7th, $35 on race day. (Register by Oct. 26th to be guaranteed a t-shirt.) […]CONTINUE READING →
For those of us that live close to the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, there are few birds more recognizable than the osprey. Also known as fish hawks or sea hawks—and recognized scientifically as Pandion haliaetus—these large birds of prey are well-adapted to their piscivorous (fish-eating) lifestyle. Ospreys were one of the first birds I […]CONTINUE READING →