Calendar of Events


Upcoming by Date

  • Evans-Mumbower Mill

    6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    The Ghost of Henry Mumbower
    Don’t miss this slightly spooky but fun evening when old Henry Mumbower revisits his Mill to see how it is operating today.

    • Adults: $5; Children 3-12: $3
  • Serve the Preserve

    9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Serve the Preserve will be a continuation of the ongoing restoration project at Four Mills Reserve to enhance biodiversity.  With the help of volunteers, WVWA will continue to remove unwanted invasive species and replant with plant communities that were historically part of the Wissahickon Creek floodplain.  Wear work clothes, sturdy shoes for digging and bring a shovel if you have one. WVWA will provide tools, gloves and refreshments.  No experience necessary, we will teach proper planting techniques and the benefits of native plants.

  • Green Ribbon Trail Race

    Race starts at 9:00 a.m.

    Challenge yourself on the beautiful Green Ribbon Trail. This 5-mile race is ideal for both experienced and new trail runners. Runners will start at Parkside Place Park and follow the Green Ribbon Trail downstream and finish back at the Park’s pavilion for the award ceremony and brunch.

  • Family Friendly Hike with Susan Charkes

    10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Explore Four Mills Reserve with Susan Charkes, author of Outdoors with Kids Philadelphia and the Appalachian Mountain Club's Best Day Hikes Near Philadelphia.

  • Evans-Mumbower Mill Open House

    1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

    Open House & Trail Walk
    Tour the Mill, then take a guided walk along the former race that fed the mill, to locate the remnants of the dam in the Upper Wissahickon. The walk will begin at 2:00 pm and last approximately an hour. Please wear sturdy shoes or boots!

    • Free; donations welcome
  • Short Film Premier - A Healthy Wissahickon: We All Have A Part to Play

    8:00 p.m. - Movie

    Join us for the Premier of a new short film about on our treasured Wissahickon Creek and hear from the filmmakers and a diverse group of experts about its history, the challenges it faces, and how YOU can be an active participant in making it a safer, healthier for the generations to come. Come early and meet your neighbors, see the film, and join a panel discussion about the many efforts underway to restore the Wissahickon to improve water quality, the aquatic ecosystem, and recreational use.