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2021 Events . . . The History, Nature and Art of Woodlawn

Visitors are welcome to step back into history and experience Woodlawn’s beautiful blend of nature and art: one hundred and sixty acres of stately trees and statuary. With our schedule of annual, seasonal and collaborative events, Woodlawn preserves its historic roots as we move forward to restoration. 

If you have any further questions please contact Patty Toneff - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call our office - 419-472-2186.

Woodlawn Walkers  
Wednesdays, June 16th - September 15th at 9:00 a.m. 

Whether you’re interested in a stroll or a power walk, join us each Wednesday on a two mile path around Woodlawn. Get healthy and rejuvenated as you walk among the beautiful arboretum and the historical architectural features. Each par-ticipant will get a walking log to keep track of your progress and document the tree of the week.

 Birds of Woodlawn 

Starting Friday, June 18th from 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Join us each week as we document the Birds of Woodlawn. From migrating to nesting birds, we will explore many natu-ral habitats. From beginners to experienced birders, all our welcome. Please bring binoculars and bird guides, if you have them.

Tree Series with Amy Stone 
Fourth Tuesday of each Month 
 7:00 pm at Woodlawn

Spend the evenings discovering trees. With over 100 different species of trees at Woodlawn, it can be tricky to tell them apart! On the tree identification walks, participants will be focusing on the subtle but easy cues that lead directly to identifying a tree. Learn techniques on diagnosing some common (and maybe not so common) tree problems. Which ones need immediate attention and which ones are just cosmetic and won't compromise the health of the tre

Monthly Summer Evening Stroll: The Art of Woodlawn
August 12th, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

The Art of Woodlawn: Join Ed Hill, Toledo-Lucas County Public Library special collections librarian, as he shares with us the fascinating art carved throughout Woodlawn. Ed will lead us on a stroll exploring the wide range of architectural styles, from Classical and Neo-Classical, to late Gothic and Egyptian Revivals. An evening in the beauty of nature and the work of accomplished artists and architects coalesced in a stunning park-like setting.

Tree and Tombstone  
October 10th: Health Care Heroes 
1:00 pm - 2:30 p.m.
Healthcare Heroes | Over the last year, we’ve seen a tremendous outpouring of appreciation and goodwill for healthcare heroes on the front lines against COVID-19. Join local historian and author Tedd Long for a summer evening stroll of Woodlawn Cemetery & Arboretum as we celebrate the lives of healthcare heroes resting at Woodlawn. Along the way we will highlight the health benefits of trees. 

Click here or fill out the form below to register online for these free events or call us at 419-472-2186.

 

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