Dunwoody, GA— OWLS Adult programming returns with new outdoor classes for Spring 2021! Each unique class is designed to encourage learning, health, and appreciation for our natural world.
OWLS (Outdoor Wiser Lifelong Studies) is a partnership between Dunwoody Nature Center and Kaiser Permanente to address the need for adult programming in a safe setting. With small group sizes, face coverings required, and outdoor learning spaces we are able to provide a fun and safe opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals in the community.
Our Spring series will take place on Fridays: March 5th, March 12th, March 19th, and April 2nd, 2021. The Morning Session, Health for Life, will focus on health and wellness and will be from 10:00-11:30AM. The Afternoon Session, Native Nature, will focus on local nature and will be from 12:30-2:00PM. Registration is available for full sessions at $75 per session or individual classes at $25 per class. Dunwoody Nature Center Member discounts are also available.
Morning Session: Health For Life
- Tai Chi in the Woods with Florin Szondy, Kaiser Permanente
- Chair Yoga with Gin Miller, Kaiser Permanente
- Healthy Living and Nutrition with Cooking Demonstration with Jochen Lawson, Kaiser Permanente
- Mindfulness in Nature with Elaine Franzetti, Kaiser Permanente
Afternoon Session: Native Nature
- Trees of Dunwoody Nature Center with Holly Loscavio, Environmental Education Director, Dunwoody Nature Center
- Native Gardening for Pollinators with Ellen Honeycutt, President of GA Native Plant Society
- Spring Birding with Rose Guerra, Master Birder, Georgia Audubon Society
- Know Your Watershed (speaker TBD)
All classes will take place outdoors on the grounds of Dunwoody Nature Center. We will be conducting health screenings and temperature checks upon arrival for each class. Social distancing will be enforced, and masks will be required for all speakers and participants. Enrollment is extremely limited so register today.
For more information and to register, visit the Dunwoody Nature Center at -DUNWOODYNATURE.ORG or call 770-394-3322.