Calendar

2022

May 1 - 9:00am - Sep 16 - 7:00pm

Volunteers needed to control and eliminate water chestnut at Lake Mansfeild! Join Dale Abrams to help with the hand pulling of this invasive aquatic weed.

May 7 - 9:00am - Jun 18 - 10:15am

We invite you to join us on Saturdays at 8:30 AM during June - Yoga is the perfect way to start a spring day! 

NOTE: NO CLASS on Saturday JUNE 25th 

May 11 - 2:00pm - Jun 22 - 4:00pm

Community Volunteer Wednesday Workdays 2:00 -4:00 PM

River Walk depends on volunteers! Volunteer Workdays provide an opportunity for community members to contribute to the care of the trail.

Come make a difference! Register to join us for one of these community work days:. Click on each date you want to sign up for: 

Jun 25 - 9:30am - Jul 30 - 11:30am

Lake Mansfield Nature Explorers Club invites young explorers and their adult explorers on a joyful mission of discovery and problem solving in the natural world. We will play active nature games, investigate nature science, and create with nature arts. Most of all, our adventures will feed our sense of wonder about the world.

Jun 26 - 8:00am - Jun 26 - 12:00pm

Beyond the Buoys: Open Water Swim Fundraiser for Lake Mansfield

Jun 29 - 4:00pm - Jun 29 - 5:00pm

Families with school age children are invited to join us as we welcome performers, Joseph and James Bruchac for a special program of traditional Native American Songs, Tales, and music focused on the natural world.

Jul 1 - 7:00am - Sep 1 - 12:00pm

We are looking for botanically-minded individuals with identification experience to assist with surveying plants along the Lake Mansfield Road shoreline.

Jul 2 - 8:00pm - Sep 30 - 8:00am

YOGA! There is no better way to start a summer day!
See details for morning lakeside classes for June 25th - August 27th

Sep 24 - 12:30pm - Sep 24 - 4:00pm

A fun, in depth, hands-on workshop and guided Walk with freelance naturalist, writer, photographer, illustrator and educator, Michael Wojtech.  Registration required

Sep 3 - 11:00am - Sep 10 - 12:30pm

Incredible volunteer efforts removed 400 tons of debris from the river and developed a trail that respects nature and reveals the river’s beauty.
Sundays 10am-11am / Sept 8,15, 22 & 29