Story Time and Hike
Wednesdays at 10:30 am
Join Jenni Larchar as she leads young children and their grownups in songs, stories, and a hike on the trails at Rogers Center every Wednesday.
Program takes place rain, shine, or snow, so come dressed for the weather.
Bring a snack or a picnic lunch to enjoy after the hike with new friends.
Every third Saturday of the month at 10:30 am, join Friends of Rogers to experience hands-on learning about the natural environment. Led by a specially trained educator, popular programs have included For Goodness, Snakes!, Grow Friends, Kitchen Science, Lazy Planters, Make your Own Bird House, Night Stalkers, Pond Ecology, Running A-Fowl, Skull Science, Upcycled T- Shirt, and What’s Bugging You?
While this program is free & open to the public, donations are appreciated to support future operations.
All About Blue Birds… and more!
Saturday, April 14 at 1:00 pm
Join Friends of Rogers and the Chenango Bird Club to welcome John Rogers, co-founder of the NYS Bluebird Society. He has personally maintained a trail of nest boxes in New York for over four decades.
This interactive presentation encompasses the life history of Eastern Bluebirds (and other birds that nest in the bluebird boxes), nest box management, and other elements encompassing the bluebird habitat.
This program is free and open to the public.
Donations are always appreciated to help support future programs.
Wait Till it Gets Dark
Friday, April 20 at 6:30 pm
Join Friends of Rogers in welcoming author and environmental educator George Steele for a program about his new book, Wait Till It Gets Dark: A Kids Guide to Exploring the Night, along with an interactive night hike exploring the trails of Rogers Center
Member – $2 Not-Yet-Member – $3
Space is limited; pre-registration is required by noon on 4/19