The Preble County Park District will be very busy the beginning of April.
On Friday, April 4-5, representatives will be at the Preble County Chamber Expo.
The public is invited to come visit booth 24 on Friday, April 4, from, 3-8, p.m., where Bev Holland will have an ongoing
children’s activity, and Saturday, April 5, to meet the Commissioners of the Park District, Steve Simmons, Tom McQuiston and Mark Goeke.
Brochures and current events lists will be available for pick up, and donations will be welcomed. Friends of the Park District membership forms can be picked up and sent in or filled out at the Expo.
Anyone who may have already been to the Garber Nature Center might find themselves pictured in the program display created by Bev Holland.
On Saturday, April 5, the Park District will also have a family program presented by Bev Holland with the help of Beth Wright, Assistant Director of Preble County Solid Waste Management. Visitors will learn how Preble County works to keep the earth clean and beautiful.
Participants will create a “Recycle Wonder” to take home, and can then spend some time with the family hiking the trails at Garber Nature Center. This activity is from 1-3 p.m. in the Mary Hayes Pavilion at the Garber Nature Center located at 9691 Ohio 503 North, Lewisburg.
Programs are free with supplies provided. Donations are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult for all programs. RSVPs are appreciated, but not required at 937-962-5561.
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The Nature Center provides nature trails in the 33-acre forest, a 400-feet handicapped accessible boardwalk and handicapped restroom facilities at the forest trail head, a picnic pavilion, geo-caching, a wetland, and is open daily from dawn to dusk.