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6/3/17 Trail Challenge 10:00 AM Metroparks of the Toledo Area Registration Closed
  Help us celebrate National Trail Day by signing up to take the Trail Challenge. Set your goal of 50, 100 or 150 miles and create your plan to accomplish your goal and hike! To participate: register online or mail in your registration form with your entry fee. You will receive a t-shirt, entry into the Trail Challenge FaceBook group and invitations to special trail hikes. Your reward will be a hiking stick with the badge of the miles you completed 50, 100 or 150. The form is for you to track your mileage. You can drop off or mail your completed form to Wildwood Preserve Visitors Center by June 30, 2018. You will then be notified when rewards are available for pick-up.

Metroparks encourages you to set a stretch goal, a GET OUTSIDE YOURSELF kind of goal. For some, that will be accomplishing the 50 miles for others the 100 or 150. Watch for Metroparks Featured Trails. Try a trail in a Metropark you've not previously visited. When registering online enter your Mile Goal into the 'Age of Children' text field.

 
1/1/18 Snowshoe Pop-Up Programs: Ages 5+ 12:00 PM Off-Site Registration Closed
  When the snow falls get outside and escape on a snowshoe hike through the winter wonderland of your Metroparks. Snowshoe pop-up programs will be posted on short notice when the snow conditions are right.

Register here to get your email on our email list; this does NOT register you for a snowshoe program. When it snows and a pop-up snowshoe program is scheduled you will receive an email alert; you must register for each pop-up program individually. There are no snowshoe programs pre-scheduled for January, February, or March; registering for these dates simply puts your email on the email list to be alerted when a pop-up program is scheduled.

 
3/20/18 2018 Master Gardener Volunteer Training 9:00 AM Toledo Botanical Garden Registration Closed
  These programs are for selected volunteers.  
3/20/18 Archery-Volunteer Training 10:30 AM Oak Openings Preserve Registration Closed
  Our staff is going through an all-day archery training. We are in need of beginners to teach! You will get a lot of background knowledge on archery and will gain more than enough experience to help us at programs. NO previous archery experience preferred!

Tie back hair, donít wear scarves, jewelry or anything else that may get in the way of shooting.

New volunteers must first fill out an application which is located on the website- metroparkstoledo.com/volunteer

 
3/20/18 Archery-Volunteer Training 1:00 PM Oak Openings Preserve Registration Closed
  Our staff is going through an all-day archery training. We are in need of beginners to teach! You will get a lot of background knowledge on archery and will gain more than enough experience to help us at programs. NO previous archery experience preferred!

Tie back hair, donít wear scarves, jewelry or anything else that may get in the way of shooting.

New volunteers must first fill out an application which is located on the website- metroparkstoledo.com/volunteer

 
3/20/18 Cancelled: Cultivating Community: Gardens for Good 4:00 PM Off-Site Registration Closed
  Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 Lucas County residents struggle with food insecurity? Do you, your neighbors or faith based community have an interest in gardening? This workshop will provide you with information and skills to begin a community garden: organizing volunteers and support, gorwing in an urban environment, local resources and where and how to donate food. Partnering agencies include: Ohio State University Extension, Central State University Extension, Toledo GROWs, Lucas Soil and Water Conservation District, USDA and Metroparks. Attendees can register online at www.lucas.osu.edu/ccg2018.  
3/20/18 Celebrate Spring Hike! 5:30 PM Wildwood Preserve Registration Closed
  The days are getting longer and spring is here! Come celebrate the vernal equinox on a naturalist led hike to uncover what springtime secrets are awaiting us. Please wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather.
Bring a reusable water bottle.
 
3/20/18 Evening Hike Group 6:30 PM Wildwood Preserve No Registration Required
  Do early winter sunset times have you lamenting the loss of your after work walk in the park? Enjoy an invigorating evening hike through your parks with a naturalist at a time when the parks are usually closed. Sturdy hiking shoes are recommended and dress for the weather.  
3/20/18 NorthWest Ohio River Runners Meeting: A Kayak Group Open to the Public 6:30 PM Wildwood Preserve No Registration Required
  Join the NorthWest Ohio River Runners (NWORR) kayak and canoe enthusiasts for their off-season winter meetings.

Their mission is, "to inform, teach, and share in the fun and safety of the sport, for individuals and families in northwest Ohio and across the country."

At the March meeting, Pat Groves and Robin Rex of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary will present a free Paddle Sport Safety Class.

The first class, in February, will cover basic terminology and safety equipment. The second class, in March, will go over how to handle your craft in various scenarios. There will be no in-water training.

Doors open at 6pm and classes will be from 6:30pm to about 9pm. A suggested workbook can be purchased at the door for $15 and can be shared by family members.

 

 

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