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The Discover Your Parks Series is a program of all-ages events that aims to engage and uplift the community through arts, education and recreation in our local parks.
These events are FREE and open to all, but may have a limited capacity. Sign up for an event today to find new hobbies, new friends and your new favorite park!

Coming up next...

Saturday April 27th 6:30 - 8pm
Discover Your Parks Series

Learn about the history and fauna of Sparks Marina in this accessible educational nature walk highlighting the process of determining trail accessibility with accessible recreation expert Peter Axelson from Beneficial Designs.


Sagebrush to Sandstone:
Sagebrush to Sandstone is a new series in collaboration with Nevada Humanities, combining the arts and humanities with a love of nature! Keep an eye out for events and workshops highlighting local poets, artists and more at a park near you.

Sports Series:
Join us in getting exercise, having fun and meeting new people in our new Sports Series. All experience levels and all ages welcome, all materials supplied open gym.
Bring a friend or make some new ones!

Community Yoga:
Free yoga every first Saturday of the month from 9-10am highlighting a new park each month. Hosted by an experienced instructor from YogaPod.

Future Events:

Plant Catalog 
Galena Creek Park in June

Discover Your Parks Series 

Living With Fire Walk
Oxbow Nature Center in June
Sagebrush to Sandstone


Saturday May 4th 9-10am
Community Yoga

Kick off Spring and Physical Fitness Month at our free yoga with an instructor from Yoga Pod at University Ridge Park.

Saturday May 11th 3-5pm
Bug Hunt: Discover Your Parks Series
Learn Insect Identification and Survey Techniques at Crystal Peak Park with entomologist Andrew Hebert.

Saturday May 11th 4-6pm
Nature Journaling and Bird Sketching -
Sagebrush to Sandstone

Improve observation skills and appreciate the details of nature with Lindsay Dimitri and Meredith Solin through the practice of Bird Sketching and Nature Journaling at Bartley Ranch Park. No experience needed!

Tuesday May 21st 5-7pm
Sports Series

Open game of Flag Football! All experience levels welcome.

Saturday May 25th 9am-12pm
Adventure Series

Learn about the plants, animals and geology of Mt Rose on a 6 mile guided hike where the sagebrush meets the pines at Dry Pond Loop.

Adventure Series:
Calling all adventurers for our warm weather series of free guided hikes! Explore the area and traverse the great outdoors 6+ miles at a time.

To learn about a wide range of educational topics from qualified guest speakers at our Rosewood Nature Center,
check out our Rosewood Science Series!

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