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T'ai Chi Step One in the Gardens

Ease stress, improve health, and increase vitality. Join Marie Lew in warm-ups, breathing exercises, instruction of selected movements and narrated practice of a classic Chen T'ai Chi form. Register online or call 330.740.7116 ext230. Walk-ins welcome. $12/class
Wednesday, Jan. 3-Dec. 18, Noon -1 pm
Fellows Riverside Gardens: Radius Program Classroom

Yoga in the Gardens

Elevate your yoga practice and discover a healthier you with Marina. All levels are welcome to join. Don't forget to bring your mat and a small blanket for ultimate comfort during the session. Invest in yourself for just $15 per class. Let's find balance together! To secure your spot, register and pay online or call 330.740.7116 ext. 230. Walk-ins are also welcome! NO CLASSES ON JULY 4TH, OCTOBER 22nd 24th & NOVEMBER 28.
Tuesday, Thursday, Jan. 9-Dec. 19, 9:30-11 am
Fellows Riverside Gardens: Radius Program Classroom

Yoga Basics Course

Release physical and mental tensions while gradually improving strength & flexibility. Gentle but thorough classes guided by experienced instructor Karres Cvetkovich. register online or call 330.740.7116 ext230. $96-8 week course.
Sunday, Jan. 14-Mar. 3, 9:15-10:30 am
Fellows Riverside Gardens: Radius Program Classroom

A Brush With Nature

Mill Creek MetroParks is delighted to welcome The Mahoning Valley Watercolor Society to the Weller Gallery. The exhibit will feature 31 local artists who create with watercolor. The MVWS was founded in 1982 by eleven area artists with a goal to encourage local watercolor painters. The Society provides watercolorists with a place to share work, to learn more about watercolor techniques, and to receive information regarding watercolor-related events in the community. The MVWS artist group includes beginners, as well as professional artists, who teach and show their work internationally.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Jan. 26-Mar. 31, 10 am-5 pm
Fellows Riverside Gardens: Weller Gallery

Critter Tales -- Turtles

Ages 3-6, plus adult. Come and learn about the red-footed tortoise with a Park Educator. Story time and hands-on activities are part of the fun. Register/pay online by 2/26 or call 330.740.7107 ext. 129. $7
Wednesday, February 28, 11 am-Noon
Mill Creek Park: FNC Education Classroom B

MetroMutts Memberships

Join our 12 month MetroMutts program where we will have an organized hike or activity each month. Every member will receive a drawstring bag, water bottle, dog bowl, dog waste bag holder, and window sticker. Family membership includes immediate family and up to 3 dogs for $40.00. Additional dog or person is $5.00. Individual membership includes one dog and one person for $30.00. Call Wick Recreation 330.740.7114 with any questions.
Thursday, February 29, Noon-Midnight
Various Park Locations

"Winter Talks" - the History & Geology of Lanterman's Mill

The Ford Nature Center "Winter Talks" series is featuring The History and Geology of Lanterman's Mill, a 90-minute program led by Mill Manager, Eric Simione, and YSU Geology Professor, Diana Alexander. Join us in the warmth and bright lights of our Education Building for an evening of fascinating information about this most iconic Youngstown landmark. Registration required. Register by 2/28, online or call 330-740-7107, x 129. Adults 16+ older. Free.
Friday, March 1, 5:30-7:30 pm
Mill Creek Park: FNC Education Classroom A
Mill Creek Park: FNC Education Classroom B

Coffee With the Birds

Sit and enjoy a hot cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate and watch our feathered friends at our feeders in Nancy's Nook at the Ford Nature Center! An Educator will provide assistance in identifying birds as well as fun facts about the birds that visit the nature center. Coffee, tea, and hot chocolate provided. Registration required; space is limited. Ages 12+. Please register/pay by 2/29 online or call 330.740.7107 ext. 129. $5
Saturday, March 2, 8:30-9:30 am
Mill Creek Park: Ford Nature Center

DEK Hockey Open Rink

Bring your hockey stick and street shoes and enjoy open rink DEK hockey play. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Call WRA for details 330-740-7114
Saturday, Mar. 2-Apr. 27, 9-11 am
Wick Recreation Area

World Wildlife Day Craftivity Pop-In

Pop in for a bird-themed nature craft in preparation for World Wildlife Day! Kids will join park educators at the Ford Nature Center (840 Old Furnace Rd) in the Education Building and make homemade bird feeders. Afterwards, we will spend some time looking at fun nature things under the microscope! Family friendly, supplies provided. Registration requested but not required. Free.
Saturday, March 2, 11 am-2 pm
Mill Creek Park: FNC Education Classroom A
Mill Creek Park: FNC Education Classroom B
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