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Events Archive

  • Pie, Cider and Owls!

    7:00 p.m.
    Event is FULL
    215-646-8866 or info@wvwa.org

    October is one of the best times of the year to see and hear owls - and what could be a better way to take advantage of Autumn’s beautiful, quiet nights than to go in search of those nocturnal wonders.  Join us for an evening of pie and cider at WVWA headquarters, followed by an owl-prowl through the twilight woods!

  • Craft Beer by the Creek

    1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

    Online registration closed - All walk-ins welcome!
    We are so excited for our first ever Craft Beer by the Creek! For this Sunday Funday we’ll have Roasted Liberties food truck, Conshohocken Brewing Company beer (and cider!) and music will be provided by Acoustic Keys. 

  • Serve the Preserve

    9:00 a.m.

    Help WVWA continue our restoration efforts this fall at Camp Woods. Volunteers will remove invasive plants and plant native trees and shrubs. Please wear sturdy shoes for digging, and bring a shovel and gloves if you have them; otherwise we will provide.

  • Green Ribbon Gala at Kindle Hill Farm

    5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    Please join us in celebrating WVWA's 60 year legacy of conservation with an evening of cocktails hors d'oeuvres and live jazz while enjoying the extraordinary gardens and pastures of our host, Saly Glassman. 

  • Walk the Wissahickon

    Walk begins at 8:00 a.m.
    Take a guided walk on the 21-mile Green Ribbon Trail and support WVWA's mission of protecting land, water and life in the Watershed. Start in North Wales and follow the Trail along Wissahickon Creek for the either 5, 8,13 or all 21 miles. All of the walks are guided and you are bussed back to the starting point.

  • Evans-Mumbower Mill Open House

    1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Fall Mill Festival
    Celebrate traditions from times past at the Fall Mill Festival.  Take a tour of Montgomery County's only water-powered gristmill and experience many hands-on, family-friendly demonstrations including tin smithing, corn husk dolls, Lenni-Lenape story teller, and more.

  • POP UP EVENT: Monarch Tagging & Release

    2:00 p.m.
    Join us at Crossways Preserve for the first ever WVWA Monarch Tagging Event! Staff will be discussing monarch life-cycle and migration, tagging monarchs collected from our preserve, and you might even have a chance to release a tagged monarch. You can also Adopt-A-Monarch to contribute to WVWA’s Butterfly Conservation Program.

  • Bird Walk at Willow Lake Farm

    8:00 a.m.
    Take a walk with WVWA Naturalist, Kristy Morley, and explore Willow Lake Farm for lingering breeding birds and early fall migrants. Both beginners and experienced birders welcome!

  • Nature Journal Club

    6:30 p.m.
    Want to deepen your love of the natural world, notice nature’s tiniest details and spend time surrounded by the beauty of the outdoors? Then start keeping a nature journal! Join us for a monthly journal club and make this activity a habit. This session will focus on creating 5-minute landscapes and will include a video lesson and practice time. Pizza and beverages will be served. 

  • Butterfly Walk at Crossways Preserve

    9:30 a.m.
    Late season summer flowers bring butterflies! Join us as we explore Crossways Preserve for a variety of butterfly species. WVWA Naturalists will net butterflies for us to get a closer look, and will teach us about butterfly habitats, life cycles, and the difference between butterflies and moths.