A non-profit organization located in Ridgefield, Connecticut whose goal is to foster an appreciation of nature, science, history, and the arts.
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The Program Calendar shows a comprehensive listing of all our programs.
What is more fun in the summer than going froggin'? Come join us as we learn about their life, adaptations and habits. Then we'll go looking for a few of these amphibians and their kin. All Ages welcome!
This month's program will feature the red supergiant star Antares "Rival of Mars" along with the rising constellations Aquarius, Pegasus & Perseus. Come join us and decide if Mars or Antares is redder
200 years ago on this date, Francis Scott Key wrote the poem that was to become our National Anthem. Join us and learn why and where this event took place while making a flag of your own. For All Ages
A final stroll through the woods during late summer. Join us as we begin to look for the very first signs of Fall!
The Ghosts are BACK! This popular program is a night hike back in time where you will meet characters from Ridgefield's past. Ghosts of Ridgefield" has become a Ridgefield Halloween tradition.
As part of Nationwide "The Big Read" we ask you to join us for a trip into the Roaring Twenties. Program is for girls 5 - 10 and includes several activities designed to take them back in time
Only meets during the Ridgefield school year
, September through June. Groups will meet twice a week and hike for about 1 hour. A new trail will be chosen each week. A great way to exercise and meet new friends.