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Programs for Adults

Most programs require registration.

Please review all program information at the time of registration.

Questions or need help registering? Call 215-887-6603.

Outdoor Survival Camp - for Adults!

Do you long for the carefree days of summer camp? It's time to capture a bit of that magic! Spend an afternoon at Briar Bush with survival fanatic Katie Fisk learning activities taught in our popular Outdoor Survival Camp for 10-12-year-olds: learn to start a fire, carve a spear, make a shelter, and take the hypothermia challenge. Do you have what it takes?


Date: Saturday, September 16, 2023 (Rain or Shine)

Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm

Cost per Participant: $25.00 | Abington Resident: $22.50 | Briar Bush Member: $20.00

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Lenape Village at Churchville Nature Center

Discover one of the most unique hands-on, outdoor history exhibits that allows participants to experience some of the life history and skills utilized by pre-European contact Native Americans: Churchville Nature Center’s Lenape Village. Learn about the pre-contact daily lives of the Lenape People with topics including hunting, fire making, horticulture, food & cooking, cordage, and family life. Each topic is presented as stations throughout the village led by one of the Center’s dedicated Lenape Educators.


Cost includes travel as well as entrance and program fees. Participants will meet at Briar Bush Nature Center at 9:00am, then travel in the Briar Bush van to Churchville Nature Center. This program will take place outdoors. Please dress for the weather and bring a water bottle and lunch.


Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2023 (Rain Date: Monday, November 20, 2023)

Time: 9:00am-2:00pm

Cost per Participant: $40.00 | Abington Resident: $36.00 | Briar Bush Member: $32.00

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Christmas Bird Count with Wyncote Audubon Society

Join us for the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC): the nation's longest-running community science bird project. The Christmas Bird Count began in 1900 as a way of promoting conservation by counting, rather than hunting, birds on Christmas Day and has continued annually in over twenty countries in the western hemisphere. Birders of all skillsets are welcome to join us for the CBC to an effort to collect data that has been used in hundreds of analyses, peer-reviewed publications, and government reports over the decades.


The Count will take place in the Bird Observatory. Participants are not required to stay for the full length of time. Please bring binoculars and dress for the weather. Hot chocolate will be provided.


Date: Saturday, December 16, 2023

Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm

Cost: FREE

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