Join Irvine Nature Center for Holidays With Hoot on Sunday, December 15th from 1pm – 3pm!
Whether you’ve been engaged with Irvine for a long time or just recently became involved as a visitor or participant in one of our educational programs, we invite you to become part of the Irvine Nature Navigators, a new community of members supporting our mission to educate and inspire through nature. To become an Irvine… Read more »
Thank you to the incredible sponsors, host committee, ticket holders, and silent auction bidders that made this year’s Pumpkins on the Green Un-Gala a smashing success! We couldn’t do the work we do at Irvine without the wonderful people who make it possible. Guests sipped beer and cocktails from Chesapeake Beverage and wines from our… Read more »
Irvine Nature Center is pleased to announce a new hire for the nonprofit’s Education Team; Brian Rollfinke joins the organization as Director of Education. Rollfinke comes to Irvine Nature Center after over thirty years of teaching at Friends School of Baltimore where he instructed students in Pre-Algebra and Algebra; he also served as the Coordinator… Read more »
Spend your Sunday, October 19th from 1:00pm – 3:00pm with Irvine’s mascot, Hoot the Owl, celebrating the boo-tiful season. A new event this year, Hoot’s Halloween will be the perfect weekend opportunity to try out those Halloween costumes before the big day. Irvine’s Naturalists have lots of fun activities planned including party games, hands-on nature… Read more »
Fall is here and the staff at Irvine Nature Center are excited to celebrate our 35th annual Pumpkinfest Fall Family Celebration on Saturday, October 12th from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. We’re partnering with the Baltimore Ravens to make this year’s Pumpkinfest extra-fun. It’s one of our favorite events of the year and we hope that you… Read more »
Without the support of our corporate partners like BG&E, Irvine couldn’t do the work we do every day. Generous, community-focused grants help Irvine bring environmental education to more children and families, develop new programs, and protect more land.
Students from Irvine’s Nature Preschool and Earth Friends Homeschool Program assisted Ms. Jenna with a monarch butterfly tagging and release outside the Exhibit Hall.