Join us on Saturday, August 13, at 9:00 PM for our last Dive-In Movie Night for the Outdoor Pool this summer! Splash Zone will be showing “The Good Dinosaur” under the stars while you get to float on an inner tube in the Outdoor Pool. All children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. We have a limited amount of inner tubes so all guests must RSVP by calling (440) 774-5059. Admission cost is $3.50 per person. This event does sell-out so call today!
Join us at the Carlisle Visitor Center on Sunday 24th to learn about and see first-hand how Native Americans made boats out of big, burned-out logs! This free, “drop-in anytime”, public program will be held from 1:00pm-3:00pm. In case of inclement weather, please call the Visitor Center (440-458-5121) and check our Facebook page. ~CVC Naturalist Miss Jenn
Carlisle Visitor Center’s ‘Wildlife Observation Area’ (WOA) is an area and opportunity for you to enjoy observing and learning about the variety of birds and other wildlife that visit the flowers, bird-feeders, and ponds in our beautiful ‘Wildlife Garden’. See first-hand how to create a wildlife-friendly garden in your own backyard as you relax and bird-watch. Meet our various live reptiles & amphibians who are on display for you to observe as well! In addition, reading materials, interpretive displays, and hands-on activities can be found on various wildlife-related topics from identification & natural history to observing & feeding. Binoculars are available to borrow upon request, as well as kid-friendly books & activities for your lil’birders. Don’t forget to check-out our Arrowhead program guide for upcoming public programs tailored to & held in the WOA such as our ‘Afternoon Tea & Tweets’ “drop-in” free public program on Saturday August 6th 1:00pm-3:00pm. The WOA and Nature Nook gift shop, also located in the WOA, is open to the public during Visitor Center hours 8:00am-4:30pm. -CVC Naturalist Miss Jenn
Fly by Carlisle Reservation’s Raptor Center to observe & learn about Ohio’s native raptors and to meet our Raptor Center residents & ambassadors like Smokey (Eastern screech-owl) pictured here! The Raptor Center courtyard is free & open to the public during park hours. Bring your camera on Sunday, July 31st anytime between 1:30-2:30pm to photograph some of our Raptor Center birds “outside” of their enclosures during our ‘Birds of Prey Photo Opportunity’ public program! While here, stop in our Wildlife Observation Area, inside the Visitor Center (open 8:00am -4:30pm), to relax & observe the variety of wild animals visiting our beautiful Wildlife Garden. ~CVC Naturalist, Miss Jenn
Daylilies can provide that bridge in color from the amazing displays of flowering trees, rhododendrons and spring bulbs and blooms to the colors of late summer perennials like coneflower, canna, hosta and hibiscus. Very resilient and easy to care for, they fit in many areas to provide the burst of color to rival the fireworks displays this month. Added benefit – many parts of the plants are edible and can provide a unique addition to your summer table. Check out more than 48 varieties of daylilies at Schoepfle Garden this month., park open 8am-8pm daily.
The annual Soggy Doggie Pool Party will be held again this year a week before closing the Outdoor Pool for the season at Splash Zone. This year’s party will be hosted on Monday, August 22, and Tuesday, August 23, from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. Bring you best four-legged friend and join us for the last splash of the summer! Owners must be 16 years and older. Only dogs will be permitted in the pool during the party. Participants are asked to bring a donation of canned or bagged dog food. All donations will go to Lorain County animal shelters. Call (440) 774-5059 for any questions.
All superheroes are invited to attend our annual garden party this Saturday (6/18) from 1-3 pm. Meet Spiderman and Wonder Woman as they lead our costume parade around the garden for treats and rewards. See if you can use your super strength to lift our barbells or break out of our Superhero prison. No costume? – make your own superhero mask and enjoy a super-food treat before a carousel ride – and the best part is its all free!
Schoepfle Garden is located at 11106 Market Street, right off St Rt 113 in Birmingham (Use 44889 for GPS).