Join in at These Earth Day Celebrations

Did you know? While April 22 is officially Earth Day, from the very start, Philadelphia chose to make the celebration last longer. The first city to celebrate Earth Week, the City of Brotherly Love planned events from April 16 to 22, 1970. During that time, tens of thousands of people showed up, with the largestRead More

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The “Nest Best Thing” in Montgomery County, New Audubon Museum Has Something for Everyone

The new museum at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove seamlessly blends art and nature into an education center that is sure to create a new generation of birders. The result of 15 years of planning, the new jewel in the Mill Grove site demonstrates the best possible result of a public/private collaboration.Read More

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It’s Never Too Soon to Learn About the Outdoors

  It is no secret that kids love the outdoors and that there are a multitude of benefits to spending time outdoors for us all. There are of course the physical health benefits associated with regular exercise and exposure to fresh air and sunshine, but also mental benefits, such as improved mood and reduced stress.Read More

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11 Things to Do Outside This Weekend

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here’s a list of outdoor activities to choose from. For more information, you can go to our calendar, or better yet, to the sponsoring organization’s website. Note that some of these activities involve a fee and some require you to register in advance. Go for a walk ChurchvilleRead More