Home Events DHHS – Welcome to Blandford! (5:00 pm – 6:00 pm)

DHHS – Welcome to Blandford! (5:00 pm – 6:00 pm)

Join us at Blandford Nature Center for an after hours evening designed specifically for families within the DHHS community. This program will include after-hours time in our wildlife center, a guided (or self guided) hike, socially distanced activities, and an animal presentation! Space is limited and pre-registration is required. This program is open house style. Please arrive at your convenience, but our wildlife presentation will begin at 5:15 pm. We are proud to bring you this program in collaboration with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services of West Michigan.

*Due to this program having a higher participant capacity, it will be held outside to maintain social distancing guidelines. Alternate plans will be made if poor weather is expected or occurs.

**All program participants 5 years of age or older, with the ability to wear a face covering, must come equipped. All staff and participants 5 years of age or older, with the ability to wear a face covering, must wear one while in the buildings. Your program leader will communicate outdoor face covering expectations at the start of the program. Blandford is unable to provide face coverings to program participants.

All Participants 3 years of age and up: $3

2 and under: Free (but need to be registered for head count)


Sep 24 2020


5:00 pm - 6:00 pm


$3 (2 and under free, but must register)


Blandford Nature Center
1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI

Instagram Feed

Instagram did not return a 200.

Follow Blandford on Instagram!

Twitter Feed

"RT @gmb_ae: Thank you for having us! @BlandfordNC @BGCA_Clubs of Greater Holland, @FerndaleSchools, @h2hfeedkids, @SpectrumHealth, @holland…"
"RT @VisitMuskegon: Blandford Nature Center is coming to the Lakeshore Museum Center and bringing along some of their animals! More info on…"
"RT @LatinoOutdoors: #LatinxHeritageMonth is here! This month is an opportunity for us to acknowledge, appreciate, and celebrate Latinx heri…"