Upcoming Events

This free event starts at the Old National Road Welcome Center where children will create a fairy craft, participate in games, and enjoy refreshments. Then pick up your Frozen Fairy Trail flyer noting the location of nine additional stops offering free fairy craft workshops, games, special surprises, and snacks.

 

Come make a fairy wand and enjoy some hot chocolate at Hayes Arboretum! 

Free and open to all!

January 25th

Anytime 10-4pm

Frozen Fairy Trail

Warm up after exploring nature with free hot chocolate in the Nature Center! Driving tour (conditions permitting), hiking trails, and Nature Center are all open and ready to explore!

Free and open to all!

January 25th

Anytime 10-4pm

Hayes Hikes & Hot Chocolate

Will the groundhog see its shadow? Stop by for a craft and make a prediction!

 

This activity is self-led and family-friendly, so stop by the Nature Center anytime 10-4pm.

Free and open to all!

January 31st - February 1st

Anytime 10-4pm

Groundhog Day Craft

Show your love by creating a Valentine Fox!

 

This activity is self-led and family-friendly, so stop by the Nature Center anytime 10-4pm.

Free and open to all!

February 7th - 8th

Anytime 10-4pm

Valentine Foxes

Can you find all of our feathered friends?

 

This activity is self-led and family-friendly, so stop by the Nature Center anytime 10-4pm.

Free and open to all!

February 14th - 15th

Anytime 10-4pm

Bird Scavenger Hunt

Independent Programs 

American Discovery Trail Hiking Club

Jan 28th, 4pm

Do you want to walk our trails but don't want to go alone? Tag along with the American Discovery Trail Hiking Club as they hike the forests of Hayes Arboretum. Learn more about the group and future dates and locations here. Free and open to all!

Eastern Indiana Beekeepers Meeting

Feb 18th, 6:30pm

Are you an avid bee lover or want to learn more about beekeeping? Join the Eastern Indiana Beekeepers as they meet on various topics. Free and open to all! Learn more here.

This month's guest speaker is State Apiarist Kathleen Prough with the Indiana DNR. She will tackle the topic of mites while comparing cover splits and packaged bees.

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