Are you ready to create some beautiful images? You have from now until September 14th to capture the beauty of nature! The Pfeiffer Nature Center properties are local natural wonders that provide unique and timeless photo opportunities. We invite photographers of all skill levels and ages to visit one or both of these properties to share their personal visual takeaways in a Ph
If you joined us recently on a bird walk, you know firsthand the beauty of the Eshelman property. Let us continue to explore Eshelman’s many natural treasures as we meander through the fields and woods with naturalist Barb Busack. This guided stroll is bound to please all outdoor enthusiasts.
The Allegany State Park Historical Society and The Friends of Allegany State Park will host walks on the weekends for park visitors to discover Stone Tower. These free events are open to the public and weather dependent. Program will continue every weekend until October 13th, 2019.
The Allegany State Park Historical Society and The Friends of Allegany State Park will host walks on the weekends for park visitors to discover the Summit Fire Tower. Meet anytime from 11am to 1pm on Saturdays at the Summit Fire Tower.
Join us for “Pie in the Pavilion” at the 2019 Pfeiffer Nature Center Photo Contest. While you view the photograph contest entries, treat yourself to refreshments and a slice of homemade pie or cake. Desserts will be served on a fine china plate that will be yours to keep.
Griffis Sculpture Park is transformed with creative lighting for a show called Night Lights at the Griffis Sculpture Park. The Park already beautifully combines art with nature and attracts visitors far and wide, but now you can see it in a whole new light.
Forest bathing, also known in Japanese culture as "taking in the forest atmosphere" or shinrin-yoku, is a moving meditation surrounded by nature. Join us for the first of our potentially seasonal offering on Monday September 16th from 6:30-7:30pm at the Lillibridge location of Pfeiffer Nature Center.
For the seventh consecutive autumn, Griffis Sculpture Park will again be illuminated with colorful and theatrical lighting when “NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park” returns on September 18th, 2019. NIGHT LIGHTS will be open for four weeks and welcomes guests to view the interaction between lights, nature and art.
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