See the park's glorious trees as they present their stunning fall colors. Open to the public and free of charge.
Support the Conservancy with this easy fundraising opportunity! Find gifts for birthdays, the holidays, or for yourself! 15% of your purchase will be donated to the Conservancy. Invite your family and friends!
All items at One World Goods are made by artisans and producers from around the world and the USA. Expect to find handmade greeting cards, wrapping paper, semi-precious jewelry, warm knit goods including: hats, mittens, scarves, and sweaters, block printed tablecloths, unique clothing: including dresses, jackets and blouses, holiday ornaments and decor, home decor, fair trade coffee, tea and chocolate, and so much more!
You'll find unique items made in Kenya, Nepal, Columbia, Vietnam, Russia, Swaziland, Guatemala, Thailand, Peru, Indonesia, West Bank, Ghana, Rochester, NY, and more.
One World Goods is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the social and economic conditions of artisans around the world through fair trade by providing a marketplace for their products and increasing awareness of global poverty and economic injustice.
Join us and Miss Sarah from the Frederick Douglass Community Library for story time and a nature walk in Highland Park. The focus will be on oak trees and animals in the park. We will meet in Poet’s Garden (across the street from the Lamberton Conservatory) for story time and then go for a fun walk. Bring a blanket and a snack. For all ages, no registration required. This program is weather permitting, and story time will be in the library (971 South Avenue) if it is raining.
Join us for to see the Park's glorious trees as they present their delicate spring blossoms. Open to the public and free of charge.
Interested in helping to keep Highland Park looking its best? Come learn how you can join our group of dedicated volunteers who lend a helping hand by weeding and mulching in the Park. Volunteers must attend the annual orientation session to participate in this program. All are welcome; no previous experience is necessary.
After the business portion of the meeting, Sue R. Steele, a registered Landscape Architect with over 10 years experience, will provide a presentation on the therapeutic benefits of connecting with the outdoors. Her talk is entitled, "Nature as Therapy: How Contact with the Natural Environment Can Improve Your Health and Well-being." Open to the public.