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This Week in the Watershed March 13th - 19th

This week there are plenty of great events happening across the watershed to keep you busy. Join local parks and environmental centers for a game night, an art exhibit, or a sensory walk.  Check out our list of FREE events you might enjoy from Monday, March 13th through Sunday, March 19th. You can also click over to the events tab at GoPhillyGo.org to find more upcoming events. 

Ongoing - Walking the Edge Art Exhibit 

Visit the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education newest art exhibit! Curated by JJ Tiziou of “Walk Around Philadelphia,” Walking the Edge is a communal display reflecting on borders, limits, and perimeters in nature. Exhibit will be up until April 1st. 

Tuesday at 11:00am - Bennett Compost Cleanup in Tacony Creek Park

Join this local business for a volunteer cleanup day in Tacony Creek Park. All tools and supplies will be provided. No registration required. 

Wednesday at 10:00am - Wednesday Watson Woods Walk

Meet at Tulpehaking Nature Center at Abbott Marshlands to go for an easy walk and explore the trails of Roebling Park. 

Thursday at 6:00pm - Bike Conversation: Talking Wheels in Tacony Creek

Join TTF and the Bicycle Coalition for this virtual conversation about biking in Tacony Creek Park. Come talk about ideas and opportunities for biking programs on Tacony Creek Trail. 

Saturday at 9:30am - Horticulture Volunteer Day

Spend your Saturday morning helping with seasonal plantings, weeding, and/or greenhouse maintenance at Bartram’s Garden. Preregistration is required.

Saturday at 11:00am - Sensory Walk

Get some fresh air in Pleasant Hill Park with ‘Let’s Go Outside’ on this guided sensory walk. 

Saturday at 1:00pm - Learn to play Wingspan!  

Play Wingspan - a bird themed boardgame - at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge! Space is limited so please register in advance. 

Sunday at 1:30pm - Nature Under the Microscope

Explore nature close up at Tulpehaking Nature Center. Center staff will guide you through the collections of insects, butterfly wings, and seeds. No registration needed.