Zones

If in doubt about where to go, just wander!

The Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience is divided into Activity Zones. Each area of the event has its own character and its own special attractions — make sure to check them all out.


Bark Zone

Dock Dog jumping

Our furry friends will have plenty to do at the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience. See if your pooch is a big air jumper in the Subaru Buckeye DockDogs competition. Catch dogs doing flips and tricks in the Zoom Disc Dog show, presented by Best Breed. Or let your furry friend have some play time at the Subaru Pooch Island off-leash dog park and swim area.
Subaru Logo
This year our event is as dog friendly as ever. Visitors can get active with their dogs as long as they play by a few simple rules:

  • Dogs are welcome, but they must be leashed and under control at all times.
  • Always remember to pick up after your dog!
  • Five Rivers MetroParks reserves the right to ask owners to remove dogs who pose a risk to event visitors or other dogs.

Dogs and their humans on Pooch Island

Subaru Pooch Island Off-Leash Dog Park and Swim Area
Dog lovers who are looking for a more playful experience should check out Subaru Off-Leash Pooch Island. This special park is conveniently located next to the festival and offers a place for your pooch to play off-leash. There’s even a doggie swim area in the lagoon near the islands. Pooch Island Dog Park closes at dark during the festival.

Subaru Off-Leash Pooch Island Dog Park Rules

  • Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience personnel reserve the right to remove any dog that jeopardizes the safety of other dogs or visitors.
  • Dogs must be ON leash when entering and exiting the off-leash park.
  • Dogs are permitted to swim in the designated area ONLY.
  • Dogs must have required local immunizations.
  • Owners are responsible to clean up their dogs’ droppings while at Eastwood MetroPark.
  • Owners must be with dogs at all times while in Pooch Island Dog Park.
  • No food is allowed.

Owners are encouraged to have their dogs spayed or neutered.


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Bike Village

Bike Village

The Bike Village at Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience will offer guests an opportunity to try all styles of bikes while learning from the country’s leading bike manufacturers, retail shops, race promoters and advocacy organizations. In addition, bike stunt shows take place throughout the weekend. See scheduled times for the Inspired BMX Stunt Team and Craig Wright BikeStuntShow.

Guests can try demo bikes or bring their own and test their skills on a variety of different types of terrain (helmets and signed waivers required). Toddler balance bikes, children’s bikes and various mountain bikes provide options for all interests, ages and ability levels. The Bike Village is conveniently located near the Mad River Trail, gateway to the “Nation’s Largest Paved Trail Network,” where you can experience more than 300 miles of off-street, connected trails. Thanks to these fine partners, there are many ways to experience biking at Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience.

Mountain Biking

  • Borrow a bike and test your mountain biking skills on log overs, ramps, bends, elevated treads, skinnies and rock gardens.

Dayton Cycling Club logoCycling

  • From group rides and demo bikes to balance bikes and Dayton Cycling Club Valet Bike Parking, red carpet treatment is waiting for event guests interested in cycling. There is even an opportunity to get your bike washed and safety checked at the event, thanks to Popticals!

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Bike Village

Campground

Campers in campground

Imagine FREE camping on the banks of the Eastwood Lagoon under the shade of stately sycamore trees.

Camping at the event is a great way to take in all the action and still have a relaxing “home base.” We have spaces for tent camping, pop up campers and group camping. Camping registration begins at noon on Friday and lasts throughout the event. Public camping ends Sunday at 8 PM.


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Campground Details
REGISTRATION IS ON-SITE ONLY

Register at the information tent located inside the main entrance gateway, Friday noon – 7 PM, Saturday 7 AM – 10 PM or Sunday 11 am – 4 PM. Those checking in Friday night after hours can set up and register Saturday morning.

Limited parking is set aside for campers near the campground. Let the parking staff know that you are a camper as you make your way down the park road so you can more easily access the camping area.

TO REGISTER

Visit the information tent located inside the main entrance gateway to the festival. Those checking in Friday night after 7 PM can set up and register Saturday morning. Friday and Saturday permits are available as space allows for both nights.

Options for camping at Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience:

(1) Friday Night Only (2) Friday and Saturday Nights (3) Saturday Night Only (checkout is 8 PM on Sunday)

Get the mind, body and soul ready for a big day of adventure with a wake-up dance aerobic session on the main stage from 9:45-10:45 AM.

 

Tent Camping
  • All Campers
    • Quiet hours will apply in the tent camping area.
    • If you wish to socialize, please move conversations to the night owl campfire that will be located outside of the camping area.
  • Night Owls: For those who like to socialize late night
    • A communal fire pit will be available.
    • Loud voices and other noises carry, so please use hushed tones as you celebrate a great weekend.
Pop Up Campers (and small campers)

A limited amount of camper space will be available at the lake entrance of Eastwood MetroPark (1401 Harshman Rd.). Campers must be pop-up in style or less than 15 feet long. No RVs. Camper space is primitive. Restrooms are available, but grey water dumping and electricity are not. Camper trailers can be unhooked and parked at the designated spaces at the lake side of Eastwood MetroPark. The pull vehicle can then be driven to the event (1385 Harshman Rd.).

  • First parking lot only.

Pop Up Camper parking is limited to the first 20 pop up campers. Register online, then check in at Information Central when you get to the event.

Group Camping
  • Additional designated camping spots will be made available for boy scout, girl scout, college and other groups of campers
  • Registration is still on-site, but please email events@metroparks.org to let us know how many participants you are expecting.
  • Scout groups can email events@metroparks.org to be connected with our scout camping liaison from the Miami Valley Council of Boy Scouts of America.
Campground Rules

In addition to standard Five Rivers MetroParks rules and regulations, the following rules must be followed:

  • All campers can set up beginning Friday at 11 AM and must check out Sunday by 11 AM.
  • Campers must provide all of their own equipment.
  • Slacklines are welcome in the campground.
  • Hammocks are permitted if suitable trees can be found.
  • A few community fires will be managed by campground staff. Please do not dig additional pits or scarify the land. You may use a raised fire pit.
  • Food can be cooked on camp stoves or traditional backpacker stoves.
  • Five Rivers MetroParks supports Leave No Trace Principles.
  • Alcohol must stay within the designated event area and is not permitted in the campgrounds.
  • Restrooms and drinkable water access are available, although some steps are required.
  • Electricity is not available in the campground.
  • Fireworks are not permitted.
  • Five Rivers MetroParks is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged personal property.
  • Campers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • All pets must be kept on a leash, and please dispose of pet waste properly.
  • Remember to be considerate of other visitors. Quiet hours are 10 PM – 8 AM both nights.
  • No glass containers are allowed.

Security will be on site 24-7 for any concerns. You can reach a MetroParks Ranger by calling Montgomery County Dispatch at 937-535-2580.

Fishing Village

man casting

Have you ever wanted to cast a fly rod? Then come to the Fishing Village to learn how. With a 40-foot casting pond and live fish, this new feature to the event will be hard to miss.

Try It!
Thanks to the Miami Valley Fly Fishers, visitors can learn the mechanics of a cast. Veteran anglers and beginners are welcome to test their skills and refine their technique in our casting pond.

Compete It!
Enter the NAPRA Wade Fishing Challenge and find out if you are skilled enough to be crowned the “Big Lunker” of the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience.

Or if fishing from a boat is your thing, enter the Dayton Kayak Fishing Challenge.


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Mad River Mountain Action Sports Zone

Bike stunt team

The Mad River Mountain Action Sports Zone will be the place for excitement at Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience. Watch as BMX riders, kayakers, trial mountain bike riders and DockDogs electrify the crowd with spins, flips, jumps and other jaw dropping, awe-inspiring maneuvers.

Mad River Mountain logoYou’ll have a chance to get in on the action with the Mad River Mountain tubing hill. In addition, check out the renderings of the new Mad River Mountain ski lodge and get information on where to shred the slopes all winter long.


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Boy tubing on snow

Mad River Run

whitewater demo

The Mad River Run presented by Whitewater Warehouse is the place to be for exiting moving water competitions, demonstrations and classes all weekend long. Hang out on the banks and watch the shows or get in on the action yourself. See below for the full lineup of activities and click through for more information.

SATURDAY

11 AM: Whitewater Kickoff

Welcome to the Mad River Run presented by Whitewater Warehouse. This is the place to see whitewater pro boaters throw down sick tricks, get an idea of how various rivercraft would work for you, see SUP professionals surf the wave and more. Are you a recreational boater? Understand the safety precautions of playing in the wave and how to make the river and in particular this feature, a fun place to play for you.

11:30 AM: Twin Creek Float Launch

Paddle the Mad River for FREE! Thanks to the Twin Creek Canoe and Kayak livery, you can borrow a boat, paddle and life jacket and take a group float with safety boaters. Spaces are limited. Pre-registration is suggested. Check-in at the Twin Creek Livery booth located next to the Mad River Run. You must arrive 10 minutes early, prior to check-in time, or your spot may be given away to someone present. Must be 14 years of age or older.

Noon: You be the Rockstar

Now’s your chance to get in the water. Bring your gear and show off the moves you’ve been working on. Need some inspiration, check out the pro demo shows, or get a tip or two from more experienced paddlers in the water.

1 PM: Bust Your Balloon Competition – Whitewater Kayak Division

The ultimate river kayak challenge. This is the perfect way to challenge your river paddling friends or rivals, as teams of three go head to head in this fast paced river obstacle course relay. Tap your paddle on 6 buoys, pick up a ballon from the eddy cache, and race to the end. But the challenge doesn’t stop there. You must “Bust the Balloon”, before your next teammate can start. No team, no problem. Sign up as a beginner (less than 2 years paddling experience) intermediate (2-4 years) or advanced (4+ years) paddler, and we’ll put a team together for you.  You must provide all of your own equipment.

2 PM: Bust Your Balloon Competition – SUP Division

The ultimate river SUP challenge. This is the perfect way to challenge your river paddling friends or rivals, as teams of three go head to head in this fast paced river obstacle course relay. Tap your paddle on 6 buoys, pick up a ballon from the eddy cache, and race to the end. But the challenge doesn’t stop there. You must “Bust the Balloon”, before your next teammate can start. No team, no problem. Sign up as a beginner (less than 2 years paddling experience) intermediate (2-4 years) or advanced (4+ years) paddler, and we’ll put a team together for you.  You must provide all of your own equipment.

3 PM: Bust Your Balloon Competition – Recreational Kayak Division

The ultimate river recreational kayak challenge. This is the perfect way to challenge your river paddling friends or rivals, as teams of three go head to head in this fast paced river obstacle course relay. Tap your paddle on 6 buoys, pick up a ballon from the eddy cache, and race to the end. But the challenge doesn’t stop there. You must “Bust the Balloon”, before your next teammate can start. No team, no problem. Sign up as a beginner (less than 2 years paddling experience) intermediate (2-4 years) or advanced (4+ years) paddler, and we’ll put a team together for you.  If you do not have your own equipment, a recreational kayak, paddle and safety equipment will  be provided for you.

3:30 PM: Twin Creek Float Launch

Paddle the Mad River for FREE! Thanks to the Twin Creek Canoe and Kayak livery, you can borrow a boat, paddle and life jacket and take a group float with safety boaters. Spaces are limited. Pre-registration is suggested. Check-in at the Twin Creek Livery booth located next to the Mad River Run. You must arrive 10 minutes early, prior to check-in time, or your spot may be given away to someone present. Must be 14 years of age or older.

4 PM: Paddle with the Pros

Bring your gear (kayak, SUP, Paddle, Life jacket, wet suit, etc) and get in the water with our pro paddlers. Pick up tips and tricks to improve your skiills in the water

5 PM: Pumpkins and Skulls Hunt

Sign up for this fall themed River Race. Sweep up a pumpkin or a skull into your boat while running the Mad River. Be the first back to shore to win! Participants will be eligible for a prize, based on the order they finis the race. Bring your own equipment or borrow a recreational boat from Whitewater Warehouse.

6 PM Whitewater Playboat Demonstrations

Watch as the professional whitewater boaters throwdown cartwheels, mcleans, pirouettes and more. Pros will be surfing the wave in kayaks and SUP. Bring your own boat to play in the feature between shows!

7 PM: Whitewater Warehouse Boat Highlights

Learn the difference between various kinds of kayaks and SUP boards and see how each performs in the water. How does rocker, length, beam, hull shape and other features play into the performance of the vessel and pair with the type of river experience you want to have.

8:30 PM: Whitewater Playboat Demonstrations

Watch as the professional whitewater boaters throwdown cartwheels, mcleans, pirouettes and more. Pros will be surfing the wave in kayaks and SUP. Bring your own boat to play in the feature between shows!

SUNDAY

11 AM Whitewater Playboat Demonstrations

Watch as the professional whitewater boaters throwdown cartwheels, mcleans, pirouettes and more. Pros will be surfing the wave in kayaks and SUP. Bring your own boat to play in the feature between shows!

11:30 AM: Paddle with the Pros

Bring your gear (kayak, SUP, Paddle, Life jacket, wet suit, etc) and get in the water with our pro paddlers. Pick up tips and tricks to improve your skills in the water

11:30 AM: Twin Creek Float Launch

Paddle the Mad River for FREE! Thanks to the Twin Creek Canoe and Kayak livery, you can borrow a boat, paddle and life jacket and take a group float with safety boaters. Spaces are limited. Pre-registration is suggested. Check-in at the Twin Creek Livery booth located next to the Mad River Run. You must arrive 10 minutes early, prior to check-in time, or your spot may be given away to someone present. Must be 14 years of age or older.

1 PM: Women’s Whitewater Clinic

For women, by women. Build confidence on the river with Erica Mitchell as your guide. You must provide your own equipment.

2 PM: You be the Rockstar

Now’s your chance to get in the water. Bring your gear and show off the moves you’ve been working on. Need some inspiration, check out the pro demo shows, or get a tip or two from more experienced paddlers in the water.

3 PM: Whitewater Playboat Demonstrations

Watch as the professional whitewater boaters throwdown cartwheels, mcleans, pirouettes and more. Pros will be surfing the wave in kayaks and SUP. Bring your own boat to play in the feature between shows!

3:30 PM: Twin Creek Float Launch

Paddle the Mad River for FREE! Thanks to the Twin Creek Canoe and Kayak livery, you can borrow a boat, paddle and life jacket and take a group float with safety boaters. Spaces are limited. Pre-registration is suggested. Check-in at the Twin Creek Livery booth located next to the Mad River Run. You must arrive 10 minutes early, prior to check-in time, or your spot may be given away to someone present. Must be 14 years of age or older.

Osprey Backcountry Zone, Brought To You By Great Miami Outfitters

Girl in tent

The Osprey Backcountry Zone, brought to you by Great Miami Outfitters, is full of hiking clubs and retailers to get you out on the trail, along with a mock campsite, hammock lounge, campfire and more!

our-sponsors-osprey-logoOsprey Atmos Anti-Gravity Fit Station

Professional Pack Fitting: We want you to find your pack AND your fit. Share good times, talk gear and get fitted by the friendly Osprey Packs event crew — in addition to being fun, they are the Pack Fit Gurus of Ohio!

Osprey’s award-winning Anti-Gravity™ Suspension system provides seamless comfort that contours the body, allowing a trail experience like no other. Combined with custom capability and a full feature set, the Atmos AG™  sets a new standard in ventilated backpacking. Want to see what all the fuss is about? Interested in what this innovative suspension system feels like? Getting ready for an epic backpacking trip? Stop by to try AG for yourself at our Anti-Gravity Fit Station.

Hammock Lounge
Great Miami Outfitters Outpost

Have a chance to meet, greet and buy from the manufacturing brand experts themselves. Here you’ll findGreatMiamiOutfitter-Logo many of the brands you love at the Miamisburg shop showcasing their product. Build a custom headlamp with Princeton Tec. Get fitted for an Osprey Backpack and more.

Campfire and Hammock Lounge, brought to you by Great Miami Outfitters

Chill out around the campfire and test out an alternative way to backpack, with the hammock lounge provided by Great Miami Outfitters. Swing away on custom built pods, and imagine this comfortable sleeping equipment on your next backcountry canoeing or camping experience or in the comfort of your own yard.

Great Miami Outfitters staff will be available to answer questions about styles of hammocks and about camping and backpacking with a hammock —they’ll even wake you up if you snooze too long.


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Outdoor School

Are you ready to try something new or hone your outdoor skills in an activity you already enjoy? Professional instructors will offer hands-on clinics in map and compass basics, camp cooking and more!

SATURDAY

11:00 AM – Map & Compass Basics (Miami Valley Orienteering Club)
Come learn basic navigation skills using a map and compass to find your way. In this hands-on class, you’ll learn the parts of a compass and how to read a topo map, as well as how to use them in tandem.

Noon – Fly Tying (Frank Cox)
Watch as the secret of turning bits of hair, fur, beads and more into intricate life-like looking fish bait, happens before your very eyes. Learn how to make a couple of variety of flies and which fish they are best used on.

1:00 PM – Dutch Oven Cooking (Buckeye Dutch Oven Society)
Sample some delicious coal fired dutch oven cooking. Get recipes and learn how to make your next cooking adventure a success!

2:00 – Bicycle Flat Tire Repair (Randy Ryberg)
Get hands on with this most basic repair knowledge for any bike rider!

3:00 PM – Basic Fly Fishing Equipment (Joe Nagel)
What’s the difference between spin cast and fly fish rods? Find out this and more about the basic equipment you need to get started fly fishing.

4:00 PM – Outdoor Recreation Facilities Overview (Brent Anslinger)
I’m hooked! Where do I go in Five Rivers MetroParks to paddle, bike, mountain bike, backpack, disc golf, fish and more? Get an overview of MetroParks’ outdoor recreation facilities, including river access points, campsites, trail overview and more.

5:00 PM – Eastwood MetroPark Master Plan (Eric Sauer)
Come give your input on what is needed at Eastwood MetroPark. We want to hear from you! Think there should be a permanent Disc Golf Course? Want to see kayak rentals or a canoe livery on the Mad River? More shelters? Don’t do anything, Eastwood is perfect as is! Whatever your opinion, let us know what it is as we incorporate community feedback into the ultimate plan for the park.

6:00 PM –Trophy Smallmouth Bass in Rivers (Steve Coomer)
Where to go and how to find them? Learn the secrets from fishing legend, Steve Coomer.

7:00 PM – Fly tying (Frank Cox)
.Watch as the secret of turning bits of hair, fur, beads and more into intricate life-like looking fish bait, happens before your very eyes. Learn how to make a couple of variety of flies and which fish they are best used on.

SUNDAY

11:00 AM Dutch Oven Cooking (Buckeye Dutch Oven Society)
Sample some delicious coal fired dutch oven cooking. Get recipes and learn how to make your next cooking adventure a success!

12:00 PM – Map & Compass Basics (Miami Valley Orienteering Club)
Come learn basic navigation skills using a map and compass to find your way. In this hands-on class, you’ll learn the parts of a compass and how to read a topo map, as well as how to use them in tandem.

1:00 PM – Bicycle Flat Tire Repair (Randy Ryberg)
Get hands on with this most basic repair knowledge for any bike rider!

2:00 PM – Master Planning Eastwood MetroPark (Eric Sauer)
Come give your input on what is needed at Eastwood MetroPark. We want to hear from you! Think there should be a permanent Disc Golf Course? Want to see kayak rentals or a canoe livery on the Mad River? More shelters? Don’t do anything, Eastwood is perfect as is! Whatever your opinion, let us know what it is as we incorporate community feedback into the ultimate plan for the park.

3:00 PM – Tying Must Haves for your Fly Box  (Greg Ogdan)
What does a well-stocked fly box look like? Which flies work well in various waters and for various types of fish? Do I want a wooly bugger or a dragonfly? Get all your fly box questions answered!


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Paddling Zone

family in canoe

Try It!
This is your opportunity to test various forms of watercraft. Kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and canoes abound on the banks of the Eastwood MetroPark Lagoon!

Watch it!
See pro kayakers do flips and tricks in the Mad River Run.

Compete it!
Enter the Dayton Kayak Fishing Challenge for a chance to win cash and prizes.


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Pumptrack

child on pump track

Test your skills on the Pumptrack. This rolling feature will be a blast.

Pumptracks teach the basics of wheeled sports. Riders learn how to balance and handle their bikes, skateboards and scooters without the risk of major injury.

Vibram Disc Golf Course

Disc Golf Course

Vibram Disc Golf logoThanks to Vibram, a temporary public course will be available for play at the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience on Saturday and Sunday. Bring your own disc or borrow a disc at the Vibram Booth. You can even start your round by entering a Hole in One Challenge and have a chance to win great prizes from Vibram.

Please visit our information tents to sign a Risk and Release waiver, or download and complete a waiver to bring to the festival. Those under 18 years old must have a parent/guardian sign the form.


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Wagner Subaru Village

Peruse the latest and greatest Subaru vehicles on the market. Need towing capacity and cargo space to get to your next outdoor adventure; look no further than the Subaru Outback. Is outdoor family comfort your thing? Then try out the popular Forrester. Get the facts and figures on your next outdoor vehicle from the friendly reliable folks of the 9th oldest Subaru dealer in the country. At the Wagner Subaru Village you can also:

  • Expand your outdoor adventure possibilities; talk to a Thule representative and outfit your car with rack that is right for you.
  • Update your dog tags with their onsite personal engraving machine
  • Check out the Subaru Loves Pets display and see how Subaru and Wagner Subaru are making a difference for our favorite four-legged friends
  • Pick-up fun outdoor swag
  • Redeem your coupon for the Mad River Mountain Tubing Pass, if you were one of the first 50 Subaru drivers to enter the event that day.

Spin the WNKU wheel and win a prize. (during limited hours of the event)

Wheelie Fun Zone

adults on tiny bikes

Tomfoolery Outdoors logoTest your skills and challenge your friends on the Tomfoolery Outdoors Wheelie Fun Race Course! Kick scooters, big wheels, tricycles, kids bikes, skateboards, hand cycles and longboards are welcome. Bring your own or borrow one from Tomfoolery Outdoors. This area is open to all visitors who want to unleash their inner 5-year-old’s spirit. Check the schedule for race times, or stop by and challenge your friends.

Oval course will be inside the main entrance of Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience. All competitors must wear a helmet.

All participants must sign a release of liability waiver prior to playing. Those under 18 years old must have a parent/guardian sign the form. Please visit our information tents to sign a Risk and Release waiver, or download and fill one out to bring to the festival.


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Youth Adventure Zone

girl on climbing wall

Kids are encouraged to stop by the Youth Adventure Zone to learn more about outdoor adventure and healthy active lifestyles. Thanks to several community organizations, a variety of fun outdoor activities, games and demonstrations are available for all to enjoy! Staff from these organizations will be on hand to monitor activities and to focus on safety, fair play and positive reinforcements.

All youth adventure zone participants must turn in a signed release of liability waiver prior to participating. Those under 18 must have parent/guardians must sign the form. Please visit our information tents to sign a Risk and Release waiver, or download and fill one out for your child to bring to the festival.


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Kids Skillz Lab
Saturday

11:00 AM – XPLODE! Fitness with Xcel Sports Medicine
Join Xcel Sports Medicine for a fun fitness course to improve speed, agility, strength and conditioning!

12:00 PM – Make Your Own Tracks with Five Rivers Metroparks
Join the MetroParks Naturalists create casts of some of our favorite animals’ tracks!

1:00 PM – Learning Tree Farm Presents: “The Little Red Hen”
Come listen and be part of this interactive story telling about a little red hen!

2:00 PM – Wild Hearts Zoo: Birds of Prey
Learn all about birds of prey that are right here in your backyard!

2:30 PM – Animal Encounters with Five Rivers Metroparks
Sneak peak of the MetroParks animals!

3:00 PM – Leave No Trace Like Bigfoot!
Do you love the earth? Learn how you can be kind and protect nature yourself!

4:00 PM – Knots For All Ages with Girl Scouts
Know your knots! Learn everyday knots for all ages!

5:00 PM – Animals Need a Home and Our Help with Five Rivers Metroparks
Meet animals that you might find in your backyard and learn how to keep them safe and wild!

6:30 PM – Animals Need a Home and Our Help with Five Rivers Metroparks
Meet animals that you might find in your backyard and learn how to keep them safe and wild!

Sunday

11:30 AM – Meet Ruby, The Majestic Red-tailed Hawk with Five Rivers Metroparks
See this amazing species up close and learn about their day to day life in the wild!

12:00 PM – Knots For All Ages with Girl Scouts
Know your knots! Learn everyday knots for all ages!

1:00 PM – Learning Tree Farm Presents: “The Little Red Hen”
Come listen and be part of this interactive story telling about a little red hen!

2:00 PM – Yoga for Kids with Jen from Innerlight Yoga
Kids will do breath awareness and breath watching exercises, move into a few fun postures and enjoy games!

2:30 PM – Animal Encounters with Five Rivers Metroparks
Meet the animals of Five Rivers MetroParks!

3:00 PM – Leave No Trace Like Bigfoot!
Do you love the earth? Learn how you can be kind and protect nature yourself!

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