As part of our mission to inspire the love of nature, the Dunwoody Nature Center offers a variety of adult education programs about the natural world and our place in it.
OWLS Adult Programs
All classes will take place outdoors on the grounds of the Nature Center. We will be conducting health screenings and temperature checks upon arrival for each class. Socially distancing will be enforced, and masks will be required for all speakers and participants. Enrollment is extremely limited and online registration is required.
Learn more about our upcoming adult programs here!
Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente.
Nature Lovers Book Club
All nature enthusiasts and book worms are invited to join our new Nature Lovers Book Club. Members will select the books and both fiction and non-fiction will be read.
Weekday Morning and Evening options for registration!
Dunwoody Beekeeping Club
Each monthly meeting will feature a program, followed by a question and answer session with the ability to meet and learn from other local beekeepers. Anyone who already has hives, is interested in getting hives, or just wants to learn more about bees, is welcome to attend.
Join Master Beekeeper Cindy Hodges for an up-close and personal look at our resident honeybees! Whether you are an experienced beekeeper or just curious about bees, you will enjoy this fun and informative class!
Audubon Bird Walks
Join us at the Nature Center for quarterly bird walks led by knowledgable birders from Georgia Audubon! These walks are a great way to learn more about resident and migratory birds, as well as connect with other birders in the area. Beginners welcome!
Hikes for Health
Dunwoody Nature Center has joined forces with REI, Kaiser Permanente, and 9 Atlanta-area greenspaces to encourage the public to hike 10 trails in 10 greenspaces over 10 months for better physical and mental health.