Spring Has Sprung At CNC

Marching Into Spring 2017 At The CNC

Find your favorite Forest Fairy House on the Trail
March 18–May 31
Open Daily
Back by popular demand, our fairies have been busy building all new fairy houses for our Homestead Trail and Kingfisher Pond Trail this spring. More than a dozen whimsical works line our trails – slow down as you search for the fairy houses made from tiny natural objects. You can even earn Nature Exchange (NEX) points as you find them along the way. Get imaginative with us this spring and perhaps create your own Fairy House in the Free Play. All Ages. Included with General Admission and FREE to CNC Members
http://www.chattnaturecenter.org/?s=fairy+house

Get your Green Thumbs Ready for our Annual Spring Native Plant Sale
Members-Only: March 31, 4–7 PM
Public: April 1, 7, 8, 10 AM–5 PM
Attract butterflies, pollinators, birds and more to your garden by adding native plants. Going native provides a wealth of benefits to your space, including privacy, beauty, blossoms, food, and homes to our wide diversity of animals. Over 120 species of plants available, and
Horticulturists and knowledgeable volunteers on site to help you plant the garden of your dreams. Herbs and veggies for the edible garden and more. FREE Admission to the Green House Area
http://www.chattnaturecenter.org/events/event/spring-native-plant-sale-3/?hilite=spring+native+plant

Georgia Daffodil Society Blooms at the Chattahoochee Nature Center
Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 12-5pm  
Kingfisher Hall will bask in the yellow, white and pink glow of hundreds of daffodils as The Georgia Daffodil Society presents its annual show.  Spreading the joy of growing daffodils and educating the public has been at the core of this Society’s mission since its founding in 1954.  Every year sees outstanding blooms from a range of climates with up to 500 on display.  Exhibitors come from Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama. Many exhibitors grow hundreds of varieties, while others grow just a few.  A bloom from a first-time exhibitor is just as likely to be a ribbon winner as one from a veteran.  The GDS encourages newcomers, regardless of age, to enter their blooms. Please contact GDS Show Chair Darrin Ellis-May at darrinsdaffs@gmail.com or Carolyn Hawkins, President of Georgia Daffodil Society for more information. (Included in General Admission).

For more info on all the great events at The Chattahoochee Nature center list their site www.chattnaturecenter.org.