With your help, we can make this year a time of growth and renewal.
Inspired by adrienne maree brown’s concept of emergence as a
framework for interacting with self, others, and our planet that mimics patterns found in nature,
the Community Emergence Series is offered by the Kalamazoo Nature Center,
ONEPlace at Kalamazoo Public Library, and Rootead Enrichment Center.
Presented by the Terry Todd International Speaker Fund.
Trail hours: Open daily from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Visitor Center hours: CLOSED weekdays for renovations, open Saturday 9 am - 5 pm, Sunday 1-5 pm
Masks are required inside all KNC buildings, regardless of vaccination status, for everyone ages 3 and over.
Learn more on planning your visit here >
Now's a great time to become a KNC Member. Members of each participating organization are invited to enjoy free reciprocal admission in October. With your safety in mind we'll keep you up-to-date regarding capacity limits and other considerations as we navigate these times together.
Join or renew your KNC Membership today!
Saturday, December 4, 9 am - 4 pm
Bring your friends to this fun, festive and FREE event! Reserve a time slot to ensure guaranteed entry at the time you choose as we work with capacity guidelines to keep everyone safe.
Sundays, November 7 & 21, 2-3 pm
Free programs, free KNC admission included.
Renowned Native American Storyteller, Larry "Pun" Plamondon, joins us to share the art of traditional oral storytelling.
There are a number of ways to support KNC and give a unique gift that lasts all year! From adopting a hummingbird to giving a gift membership to KNC, there is a Gift of Nature for everyone.
Please note: The Kalamazoo Nature Center is a private nature preserve. Dogs, camping, drones, and firearms are not permitted. Bicycles and motorized vehicles are not permitted on the trails.