Monthly Archives: June 2014

Like Dahlias?

The Dahlia Society has planted a new dahlia bed in the outdoor gardens at Miller Nature Preserve and buds are beginning to open. There is a variety of color as well as of large and small blooms.  Stop by and … Continue reading

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Summer Blooms arriving at Schoepfle

New color is coming along each week at the garden.  This week we are finding astilbe, roses, kousa dogwoods, itea, pentstemon, hardy acanthus, a few hosta, and the finale of the red hot pokers.  There are signs that the daylily … Continue reading

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Wonka Children Garden’s Party Will be Scrumdiddyumptious!

  The Wonka Garden Party Saturday June 28th from 1-3 pm at the Schoepfle Garden for all candy lovers. We will have themed activities all afternoon to go along with the wonderful children’s book and movies. Can you eat more … Continue reading

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Little Free Library

We are excited to announce that Lorain County Metro Parks Carlisle Reservation is now a Host Site to a Little Free Library (LFL)! Thanks to a $30,000 grant from the Stocker Foundation, forty-six LFL will be popping up around Lorain … Continue reading

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Family Campout at Carlisle Reservation!

What better way to kick off your holiday weekend than a family campout at Carlisle Reservation! On Thursday, July 3rd starting at 3pm, we will be allowing registered participants to set up a primitive camp site to stay overnight at the … Continue reading

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Improvements to Lakeview’s Amphitheatres

Lakeview’s West Beach Amphitheatre is currently getting a makeover with fresh green sod!  

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Roses and More at Schoepfle Garden

Our rose garden through some patience and hard work has bloomed its best in years.  Check out the many varieties of modern and old fashioned roses along with all that’s in bloom including kousa dogwoods, peonies, mountain laurel, astilbe, iris and … Continue reading

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