Saturday, November 22nd at 11:00am in the museum. FREE with paid admission.
Learning to live in harmony with SW Florida’s unique insects, birds, mammals and other wildlife is easy when you understand, know and respect them. Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation’s own Dee Century will explain with pictures and video. FREE with paid admission, in the planetarium.
SW Florida has so many wonderful native plants perfect for our tough weather and soil conditions. These plants also provide shelter, food, clothing, medicine and more! Class ends with a visit to the Butterfly Conservatory for native plant identification. FREE with paid admission. In the planetarium.
Jenny runs the native plant nursery at SCCF on Sanibel and will open our eyes to the wonderful world that is SWFL through native plants, natural systems and wildlife. You’re not in Kansas anymore! Bring the kids, this is a chance to discover how incredible and unique SW Florida really[…]
Monthly Space Racers program December 16th, 2014 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM For all children ages 3-8 At the Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium 3450 Ortiz Ave., Ft. Myers, FL 33905 This program will include a Space Racer’s TV segment, concept instruction, and a hands-on activity for the children. Members[…]
Lee County Master Gardeners and Cape Coral Historical Museum volunteers Carolyn & Vanessa will show us the easy way to garden in SWFL. Just add native plants, kick the chemical habit and you are on your way. They also have great ideas on creating pathways and utilizing softscape to create your own[…]
Having fun on our waterways requires safety. Vic Stewart from the local Power Squadron offers an introductory class with interactive disc and materials to take home. FREE with paid admission. Ages 10 and older only.
Sunday, April 19th 11:00am – 1:00pm: Twining and Palm Weaving It’s back! Basket weaving, palmetto brushes, twining and palm weaving. Learn great things to make with those palm fronds! PLEASE call the Calusa Nature Center to RSVP, this event will only be held if there are people planning to attend.[…]
Saturday, January 3rd, 10:00am Bring the family AND your binoculars and learn the basics of birding with field expert Wendell Vaught. Learning where and how to look, how to listen, and how to use those binoculars properly can be the beginning of a lifetime of enjoyment. Meet out on the[…]