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Dunwoody Nature Center

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A non-profit organization providing environmental education and outreach programs, visitors can enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the park or sign up for special classes and events. The park is open daily from sunrise to sundown, free of charge. Explore wetlands, a teepee, hiking trails, and the woodland playground all before visiting the hammock garden to relax before you leave. 770-394-3322. 5343 Roberts Drive, Dunwoody, GA 30338. Open seven days a week from sunup to sundown. www.dunwoodynature.org

Date: October 24, 2018
Join the Nature Center in celebrating the grand opening of their photography exhibit, featuring the work of two local artists, in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography and Dunwoody Art Month. Join the Nature Center in celebrating the grand opening of their photography exhibit, featuring the work of two local artists, in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates… More
Date: October 24, 2018
David Rowan is an avid amateur photographer whose pursuit of the craft extends back over 40 years to a middle school camera club in Nevada: “They used my first pictures as examples of what not to do! Photography is a journey not a… David Rowan is an avid amateur photographer whose pursuit of the craft extends back over 40 years to a middle school camera club in Nevada: “They used my first pictures as… More
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While the Nature Center usually closes at sundown, on select nights visitors will have the rare chance to connect with nature after-hours allowing for a completely different sensory experience. Under the light of… While the Nature Center usually closes at sundown, on select nights visitors will have the rare chance to connect with nature after-hours allowing for a completely… More
Date: Recurring monthly on the 1st Sunday until November 4, 2018
The Dunwoody Nature Center is partnering with Found Stages to present a six-month "Wine & Reading Series" of new plays by nationally known playwrights who call Atlanta home. Featured playwrights will include Phillip Depoy and… The Dunwoody Nature Center is partnering with Found Stages to present a six-month "Wine & Reading Series" of new plays by nationally known playwrights who call Atlanta… More