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Thursday, August 16
Free Metro Parks Day in Fairview, Gresham and NE PDX
16 Aug @ All-day | Portland
Enjoy free parking at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp and Chinook Landing Marine Park on 17 days in 2018: Jan. 1, 15 and 18 Feb. 15 and 19 March 15 April 19 May 17 June 21 July 19 Aug. 16 Sept. 20 Oct. 18 Nov. 11, 15 and 23 Dec. 20 Parking at all other Metro parks and boat ramps i
Family Forest Days in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Hoyt Arboretum
Bring the family to Hoyt Arboretum for free drop-in nature and science hands-on activities. Each week a Hoyt Naturalist will be stationed out in the Arboretum Visitors Center to teach about an environmental education theme. Family Forest Days will be accompanied with a self-lead activity to learn with your children as you stroll along the wooded tr
Reading in the Wild Storytime with Nature in Vancouver
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Water Resources Center
The City of Vancouver’s Water Resources Education Center offers a free, outdoor reading series for kids, from 3 to 6 years old, called Reading in the Wild. The program connects fun stories with nature activities.   We read, and your little ones explore. Sit under a tree, listen to a story, then roam around our garden to play with plants, roc
Friday, August 17
Portland Parks Ladybug Walk in SE PDX
17 Aug @ 10:00 am | Lents Park
Ladybug Walks are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and their grown-ups who want to investigate nature in Portland’s parks with trained preschool naturalists! Children explore and discover nature with an Environmental Educator at just the right pace. Walks introduce children to plants, creeks, insects, birds, and animals. All walks are geared fo
Saturday, August 18
Family Exploration Hike in Sherwood
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Join a volunteer to explore the Refuge using all five senses on this special guided family hike. Listen for birds, smell the flowers, feel the plants, and look for signs of illusive animals. Trail is mostly flat and gravel. Wear walking shoes. Strollers and wheel chair accessible.  All ages are welcome, especially families with children.  Free a
Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
Neighborhood Nature Scavenger Hunt with Author Wendy Gorton in SE PDX
18 Aug @ 10:30 am | Made You Look
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Join us at Made You Look for a Neighborhood Nature Scavenger Hunt led by Wendy Gorton, the author of our favorite summer book, 50 Hikes with Kids: Oregon and Washington.   Meet at Made You Look on Saturday, August 18th at 10:30 am for a short walk around the neighborhood with Wendy. Afterwards she will lead the kiddos in a debrief with identificat
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8th Annual Nadaka Community Festival in Gresham
18 Aug @ 12:00 pm | Nadaka Nature Park
It is time for the 8th Annual Nadaka Community Festival! This fun and exciting event will be at Nadaka Nature Park in Gresham on Saturday, August 18th from 12 pm-3 pm. This is a free event for the community with:  Aztec Dancers Free food (while supplies last) Nature & sports activities for all ages Portland Audubon’s live educational birds Comm
Monday, August 20
Tree Time! Preschool Walk in SW PDX
20 Aug @ 10:00 am | Hoyt Arboretum
Bring your little one out for a fun and interactive morning walk in the Arboretum. Tree Time! walks introduce youth to the beautiful nature of the arboretum. Each week centers around a new theme to encourage hands-on exploration of plants, streams, bugs, and wildlife. All walks are geared for children ages 2-6. The walks will be led by a volunteer
Wednesday, August 22
Summer Exploration Days in Sherwood
22 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Come learn about the wildlife on the Refuge with fun crafts and activities. From butterflies to beavers we will explore all that the Refuge has to offer with a different theme each week. Drop-in anytime between 10 am-1 pm. All ages are welcome, however, activities will be most suitable for elementary aged school kids and younger.  
Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Gardens in SE PDX
22 Aug @ 10:00 am | Leach Botanical Gardens
This is a February through mid-December weekly occurring event - every Wednesday 10 am-11 am. Please dress for the weather. We will be outside exploring the garden, looking for wildlife, and possibly visiting the bees, working in the Children's Discovery Garden, listening to a story or making a craft item. Each week is different with seasonal them
An Introduction to Oak in Fairview
22 Aug @ 06:00 pm | Graham Oaks Nature Park
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Join a local Indigenous community member at Graham Oaks Nature Park for a walk at dedicated to a habitat that used to dominate the Pacific Northwest, from California to British Columbia: oak woodlands and prairies. Cost: $6/person, $11/family Ages: all ages Difficulty: easy Advanced registration is required. Class size is limited to 20.
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Thursday, August 23
Reading in the Wild Storytime with Nature in Vancouver
23 Aug @ 10:00 am | Water Resources Center
The City of Vancouver’s Water Resources Education Center offers a free, outdoor reading series for kids, from 3 to 6 years old, called Reading in the Wild. The program connects fun stories with nature activities.   We read, and your little ones explore. Sit under a tree, listen to a story, then roam around our garden to play with plants, roc
Friday, August 24
Portland Parks Ladybug Walk in SW PDX
24 Aug @ 10:00 am | Marshall Park
Ladybug Walks are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and their grown-ups who want to investigate nature in Portland’s parks with trained preschool naturalists! Children explore and discover nature with an Environmental Educator at just the right pace. Walks introduce children to plants, creeks, insects, birds, and animals. All walks are geared fo
Saturday, August 25
Tinkergarten Free Trial Class in SW PDX
25 Aug @ 10:00 am | Gabriel Park
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Tinkergarten is a parent participation outdoor class focused on child-led learning and play-based skill building. It is designed for children ages 18 months to 5 years, but all children up to age 8 are welcome.Registration is required
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Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
25 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
Wednesday, August 29
Tinkergarten Free Trial Class in SW PDX
29 Aug @ 10:00 am | Gabriel Park
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Tinkergarten is a parent participation outdoor class focused on child-led learning and play-based skill building. It is designed for children ages 18 months to 5 years, but all children up to age 8 are welcome.Registration is required
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Summer Exploration Days in Sherwood
29 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Come learn about the wildlife on the Refuge with fun crafts and activities. From butterflies to beavers we will explore all that the Refuge has to offer with a different theme each week. Drop-in anytime between 10 am-1 pm. All ages are welcome, however, activities will be most suitable for elementary aged school kids and younger.  
Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Gardens in SE PDX
29 Aug @ 10:00 am | Leach Botanical Gardens
This is a February through mid-December weekly occurring event - every Wednesday 10 am-11 am. Please dress for the weather. We will be outside exploring the garden, looking for wildlife, and possibly visiting the bees, working in the Children's Discovery Garden, listening to a story or making a craft item. Each week is different with seasonal them
Thursday, August 30
Reading in the Wild Storytime with Nature in Vancouver
30 Aug @ 10:00 am | Water Resources Center
The City of Vancouver’s Water Resources Education Center offers a free, outdoor reading series for kids, from 3 to 6 years old, called Reading in the Wild. The program connects fun stories with nature activities.   We read, and your little ones explore. Sit under a tree, listen to a story, then roam around our garden to play with plants, roc
Friday, August 31
Portland Parks Ladybug Walk in NE PDX
31 Aug @ 10:00 am | Irving Park
Ladybug Walks are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and their grown-ups who want to investigate nature in Portland’s parks with trained preschool naturalists! Children explore and discover nature with an Environmental Educator at just the right pace. Walks introduce children to plants, creeks, insects, birds, and animals. All walks are geared fo
Saturday, September 1
Family Exploration Hike in Sherwood
01 Sep @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Join a volunteer to explore the Refuge using all five senses on this special guided family hike. Listen for birds, smell the flowers, feel the plants, and look for signs of illusive animals. Trail is mostly flat and gravel. Wear walking shoes. Strollers and wheel chair accessible.  All ages are welcome, especially families with children.  Free a
Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
01 Sep @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
Monday, September 3
Tree Time! Preschool Walk in SW PDX
03 Sep @ 10:00 am | Hoyt Arboretum
Bring your little one out for a fun and interactive morning walk in the Arboretum. Tree Time! walks introduce youth to the beautiful nature of the arboretum. Each week centers around a new theme to encourage hands-on exploration of plants, streams, bugs, and wildlife. All walks are geared for children ages 2-6. The walks will be led by a volunteer
Wednesday, September 5
Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Gardens in SE PDX
05 Sep @ 10:00 am | Leach Botanical Gardens
This is a February through mid-December weekly occurring event - every Wednesday 10 am-11 am. Please dress for the weather. We will be outside exploring the garden, looking for wildlife, and possibly visiting the bees, working in the Children's Discovery Garden, listening to a story or making a craft item. Each week is different with seasonal them
Thursday, September 6
Reading in the Wild Storytime with Nature in Vancouver
06 Sep @ 10:00 am | Water Resources Center
The City of Vancouver’s Water Resources Education Center offers a free, outdoor reading series for kids, from 3 to 6 years old, called Reading in the Wild. The program connects fun stories with nature activities.   We read, and your little ones explore. Sit under a tree, listen to a story, then roam around our garden to play with plants, roc
Saturday, September 8
Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
08 Sep @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
Second Saturdays at the Water Center in Vancouver
08 Sep @ 01:00 pm | Water Resources Center
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Second Saturdays at the Water Resources Education Center are not only fun, they're free! Each second Saturday of the month, from 1 pm-3 pm, kids and their families are invited to explore a different topic through hands-on activities, games and stories. Create bird feeders and other crafts to welcome wildlife to your backyard! Learn about the amazin
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Wednesday, September 12
Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Gardens in SE PDX
12 Sep @ 10:00 am | Leach Botanical Gardens
This is a February through mid-December weekly occurring event - every Wednesday 10 am-11 am. Please dress for the weather. We will be outside exploring the garden, looking for wildlife, and possibly visiting the bees, working in the Children's Discovery Garden, listening to a story or making a craft item. Each week is different with seasonal them
Thursday, September 13
Reading in the Wild Storytime with Nature in Vancouver
13 Sep @ 10:00 am | Water Resources Center
The City of Vancouver’s Water Resources Education Center offers a free, outdoor reading series for kids, from 3 to 6 years old, called Reading in the Wild. The program connects fun stories with nature activities.   We read, and your little ones explore. Sit under a tree, listen to a story, then roam around our garden to play with plants, roc
Saturday, September 15
Sturgeon Festival in Vancouver
15 Sep @ 09:00 am | Water Resources Education Center
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The Water Resources Education Center’s annual Sturgeon Festival will bring a splash of excitement to kids of all ages with  hands-on activities, fish dissections and live bird and reptile shows. This free, fun event offers opportunities for the entire family to learn about fish and other plants and animals in and around the Columbia River. 10 a
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Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
15 Sep @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
Monday, September 17
Tree Time! Preschool Walk in SW PDX
17 Sep @ 10:00 am | Hoyt Arboretum
Bring your little one out for a fun and interactive morning walk in the Arboretum. Tree Time! walks introduce youth to the beautiful nature of the arboretum. Each week centers around a new theme to encourage hands-on exploration of plants, streams, bugs, and wildlife. All walks are geared for children ages 2-6. The walks will be led by a volunteer
Wednesday, September 19
Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Gardens in SE PDX
19 Sep @ 10:00 am | Leach Botanical Gardens
This is a February through mid-December weekly occurring event - every Wednesday 10 am-11 am. Please dress for the weather. We will be outside exploring the garden, looking for wildlife, and possibly visiting the bees, working in the Children's Discovery Garden, listening to a story or making a craft item. Each week is different with seasonal them
Thursday, September 20
Free Metro Parks Day in Fairview, Gresham and NE PDX
20 Sep @ All-day | Portland
Enjoy free parking at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp and Chinook Landing Marine Park on 17 days in 2018: Jan. 1, 15 and 18 Feb. 15 and 19 March 15 April 19 May 17 June 21 July 19 Aug. 16 Sept. 20 Oct. 18 Nov. 11, 15 and 23 Dec. 20 Parking at all other Metro parks and boat ramps i
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