POSTPONED – Lovable Leaves! [email registration required] @ Glen Providence Park - main entrance
Dec 10 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

November 17 update: Lovable Leaves is POSTPONED from November 19 until Saturday, December 10 due to illness. We are emailing current registrants to see if they can make the new date. There may be cancellations, so you can email to register or get on the waiting list. 

Registration by email is required. Limit of 12 children. Please RSVP to FriendsoftheGlen [at] gmail [dot] com.

They dance, they flit, and they flutter as they fall. Their colors paint beautiful palettes in autumn. Can you guess we’re describing our Lovable Leaves? Have you ever thought about what leaves do after they fall? Please join Friends of Glen Providence for a story about our leaves and learn about their value. We’ll then go on a scavenger hunt and create something special using some of our leaves.

This is the final 2022 installment of our new Seasonal Children’s Series! The walk will be led by Julie Smith, a naturalist with a background in environmental geology. She has led enchanting Winter, Spring, and Summer children’s events this year – join us in late Fall!



  • Free!
  • Recommended for ages 4-8, but children of all ages are welcome (accompanied by an adult)
  • Registration limit of 12 children — registration by email is required
  • Meet at 1:00pm at the park’s main entrance — use 525 West State Street, Media for Google Maps
  • Estimated time: 45 minutes to 1 hour
  • Dress for the cold! Hot cider will be served, and we recommend bringing a blanket for the story portion. 
  • Rain date Sunday, November 20 at 1:00 – if the weather is iffy, we will email registered participants that morning whether we will us the rain date.

Christmas Bird Count [email registration required] @ Glen Providence Park - 3rd & West entrance
Dec 17 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am

Registration by email is required. Limit of 10 people. Please RSVP to FriendsoftheGlen [at] gmail [dot] com. Covid protocols will be followed.  

Join Friends of Glen Providence Park in our 12th year participating in the Christmas Bird Count, the world’s longest-running Citizen Science survey! In this early-winter bird census, thousands of volunteers across the US, Canada, and many countries go out over a 24-hour period to count birds. Researchers and conservation biologists use the data to study the long-term health and status of bird populations.

Rain, snow, or shine*
Slow down for a morning and take a break from the holiday rush!

— Please note the location – we will meet at the 3rd & West Street park entrance
— *Rain, snow, or shine – but in the event of high winds, we will email registered participants that morning whether we will meet.
— Be prepared for steep hills and rugged, possibly muddy and/or icy terrain
— Of course, bring your binoculars and bird guides!

Friends of Glen Providence Park will submit our results to the CBC Compiler for Delaware County. 

4/21 Pileated Woodpecker

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