April 2017

Spring Shine Up the Park


Date: Sat, Apr 29

Location: Police Point Park Nature Centre

Join the South East Alberta Region Cache Hunters for a special Cache In Trash Out Event in Police Point Park.  CITO's are Geocachers way of taking care of their playing field - everyone is invited to give the Park a good spring cleaning.  There will be a Hotdog Roast after the event.

Pre-register at: Geocaching.com

Time: 10:30 AM 

May 2017

Increase Vitamin "N"

Date: Sat, May 6

Location: Police Point Park Nature Centre

Getting out in Nature helps your mental health.  Our Interpreter led walk will assure that result!

Sponsored by Alberta Health Services - in conjunction with Mental Health Awareness Week

Walk starts at 2:00 PM 

Koffee Klatch

Coffee Tastings

Date: Sat, May 6

Location: Police Point Park Nature Centre

Did you know we sell bird-friendly, organic, fair trade coffee in our Nature Store?

Drop in for a tasting in May - enjoy the coffee and the conversation!

Featuring: The Creemore Coffee Company

Dates: May 6, May 14, May 21, & May 28

Time: 2:00 to 4:00 PM

Early Spring Blooms

Wildflower Walk

Date: Sun, May 7

Location: Police Point Park Nature Centre

The Early Spring Blooms of our flowering shrubs and wildflowers are some of the most spectacular - don't miss it!

Time: 2:00 PM

Please dress for the weather, bring water or sunscreen if necessary.

Beastly Trees of Police Point

Chinese Brush Art

Date: Sat, May 20

Location: Police Point Park Nature Centre

Local Master Chinese Brush Artist, Siew Mak, will show how it's done - then try it for yourself.

Space is limited - please phone 529-6225 to reserve a spot.

Program starts at 2:00 PM

Medicine Hat Spring Bird & Flower Count

Date: Sun, May 28

Location: Various Medicine Hat Locations

You love birds, you love flowers - we need your help counting them this spring. Go with an experienced counter or do your own territory. Or come to Police Point Park to help.  Call the Nature Line (403) 529-6225 to sign up or for more information.

Keep watching for more programs.

Phone the Nature Line (403) 529-6225 for more information.