We are grateful for the generosity of Adrian and Brian Bonser, and the Gendell Family Foundation, for sponsoring Gifts for the Earth. As a result, this special Saturday event is free, and a great opportunity to explore Dunwoody Park if you haven't visited us before. The weather forecast promises sunshine, so bundle up and join us for great family fun!
Gifts for the Earth
Saturday, December 4
10 am - Noon
A Family Program Sponsored by Adrian and Brian Bonser and the Gendell Family Foundation
Turnabout is fair play: make something special for the earth that gives us so much. Create natural animal feeders and other gifts for the creatures who call Dunwoody home. Make one for Dunwoody Park and take one home to share with people you love. Walk the trails, explore the wetlands along our boardwalk, and enjoy the fall foliage from our treehouse learning pavilion.
This FREE family program is sponsored by Adrian and Brian Bonser and the Gendell Family Foundation. Marion Gendell and her late husband, Gerald Gendell, established the foundation to make philanthropic contributions supporting Jewish organizations, the arts, education and medical research. Their daughter, Adrian Bonser, continues the family’s support of education, including the environmental education programs of Dunwoody Nature Center. Councilwoman Bonser and her husband Brian chose to sponsor Gifts for the Earth because they believe in the mission of the Center and wanted to make a gift to the City of Dunwoody. As a result, there is no charge for participating in this fun family event.
Coming Soon ...
Lunch & Learn Adult Lecture Series in January and February
2011 Summer Camp Registration begins for Members February 1
at YOUR Dunwoody Nature Center?
November 29, 2010
Dunwoody Park is open 7:00 am to sundown, seven days a week, free of charge. Dunwoody Nature Center is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Visit us soon!
Dunwoody Nature Center inspires the love of nature and cultivates environmental understanding and stewardship by:
Conserving and enhancing Dunwoody Park
Educating children, families, and adults of all ages about the natural world and our place in it
Motivating environmental awareness and responsible action.
Dunwoody Nature Center is located on the grounds of Dunwoody Park.