Tags : Helen Schuler Nature Centre

Helen Schuler Nature Centre to launch new website

The Helen Schuler Nature Centre will soon be launching a new website. In the lead up to the launch, the nature centre is hosting a family day long weekend scavenger hunt for families to learn all about what the new website will include. An official with the centre says the development for a new online […]Read More

Nature Centre warning against hand feeding birds

Hand feeding wild birds has become a problem in our city. That is according to the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Officials there say they have received a large number of reports of people hand feeding birds in city parks along with an increase in social media posts of the same kind. Jessica Deacon-Rodgers, the program […]Read More

Birds of a feather flock together

Bird lovers in our community are set for a treat. The Helen Schuler Nature Centre is featuring a new exhibition with a focus on needle felted birds. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, the artist says she hopes this exhibit showcases the beautiful birds that flock to southern Alberta and the species that are most at […]Read More

Helen Schuler Nature Centre re-opens indoor exhibit experience

Helen Schuler Nature Centre is re-opening their indoor exhibit experience featuring two new exhibits to check out. Resource Development Coordinator for the centre, Curtis Goodman gives us a sneak peek at what they are. The Landscaping Wilderness art display is available to see until the end of the month. Built for Life on the Prairies […]Read More

Lethbridge summer camps set to go ahead this year

As we approach the last week of June, kids are finishing up the school year and will begin summer holidays shortly. Different organizations around Lethbridge are planning to offer summer camps this year to keep kids busy and engaged.   After 16 months of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Albertans are looking forward to what […]Read More

Helen Schuler Nature Centre reopens with two new exhibits

With yesterday’s relaunch of the “Open for Summer Plan”, Stage 2 included the reopening of entertainment venues, including the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Along with the reopening, two new exhibits will be on display for the community to see. Curtis Goodman, Resource Development Coordinator at Helen Schuler, says they are excited to have people check […]Read More

Call for artwork to be displayed in Community Art Gallery

A new program is encouraging young artists to get inspired by nature. The Helen Schuler Nature Centre is looking for artists under 18 to showcase their work in the Inspired by Nature Youth Art Exhibition. Art can include anything from drawings, paintings all the way to photography and music. A spokesperson with the Nature Centre […]Read More