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Cold As Ice – Ice Fishing Tournament

  • February 27, 2018
CSX is hitting the ice again with the Lake St.Clair Walleye Association! Set up your shanty and drop your line, Cold as Ice is back! It all happens at the Lake St. Clair Metro Park Day Sail Area.
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Metro Dance Club

  • February 25, 2018
Dance to the big band swing music of Tommy James and his band. For more information contact,  586-294-4082.
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Critter Corner

  • February 24, 2018
Every Saturday, we encourage you to drop in the nature center for a hands-on experience with furs, skulls, shells and other interesting animal artifacts.
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Winter Insect Search Party

  • February 24, 2018
Have you ever wondered where insects and other wildlife spend the winter? We’ll head out on a search for signs of life in this cold, quiet season and explore where they go. Please preregister, (586) 463-4332.
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Nature Play

  • February 19, 2018
Through interpretive-led nature play, your child will discover the natural world around them. Using hands-on activities, they will explore the changing seasons with a new topic and habitat each month. Come join us as we launch this exciting new program series specially made for your young child. Please preregister, (586) 463-4332.
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Metro Dance Club

  • February 18, 2018
Dance to the big band swing music of Tommy James and his band. For more information contact,  586-294-4082.
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Critter Corner

  • February 17, 2018
Every Saturday, we encourage you to drop in the nature center for a hands-on experience with furs, skulls, shells and other interesting animal artifacts.
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Mammal Mystery

  • February 16, 2018
Play detective as you investigate clues to solve a mammal mystery. Learn about mammals, and their habitats and traits in this hands-on activity. Please preregister, (586) 463-4332.
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Science Olympiad: Arthropods for Beginners

  • February 11, 2018
Need help getting your team ready for Science Olympiad? Beginner Arthropods will focus on recognizing Arthropod Classes and Insect Orders visually and by their basic biology and anatomy. Get some information and tips, then try out your team in a “mock event.” A variety of general topics identified in the Science Olympiad Study Guide will also be covered. Program lasts about two and half hours. Please preregister, (586) 463-4332.
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Critter Corner

  • February 10, 2018
Every Saturday, we encourage you to drop in the nature center for a hands-on experience with furs, skulls, shells and other interesting animal artifacts.
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