Up Next: Oak Openings Endangered Species Walks!
Updated: Jul 21, 2021
Next up for our summer reading events: the Endangered Species Nature Walks for grades K-6! The walks will be through Oak Openings Preserve, focusing on learning more about the rare species living right here in Ohio!
Participants will register to come on the walk with a Metroparks Toledo representative and Amanda from SPL as chaperone. There are two days; 1:00 pm on Tuesday, July 13, and 1:00 pm on Thursday, July 22. Space is limited for this one, so register at the link above as soon as you can!
Participants will meet at the Oak Openings Sand Dunes, at the corner of Girdham and Reed roads. Be advised there's no parking lot there. Please make sure you're on time! The walks will be an hour long.
***If there is a storm on either day, we will call participants to let them know where to meet the guide for an indoor experience!***
This program is funded through a federal Institute of Museum and Library Services LSTA grant awarded by the State Library of Ohio. The content does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the granting agencies.