Park Classes

Have you been looking for a new outdoor activity to do as a family? This free introductory workshop is designed specifically for families to learn how to fish together! You’ll learn a little fish biology, gain some basic fishing skills, and finally, apply what you’ve...

Bring your family and friends to participate in Tai Chi and Qi Gong demonstrations led by certified instructor Victoria Wessler. This ancient Chinese practice offers health benefits including reduced stress, improved cardiovascular function and increased flexibility. Participants should wear loose-fitting clothing and stable flat-soled shoes....

Safe Sitter™ (Ages 11-15) Teaches youth how to handle crises, keep their charges secure and nurture and guide a young child. Participants emerge as more confident, responsible, and compassionate teens and adults. Participants will receive Safe Sitter certification upon successful completion of the program. This program...

Cool nights and warm days are arriving, which gets the sap a'flowing.  The staff will be demonstrating making maple syrup, and continue the Bray Family tradition on the property, which began more than 150 years ago.  Traditional and modern equipment will be sued to make...

Keep Fishers Beautiful (KFB) unites the community during the city’s largest annual day of service. Help us protect the park’s native wildflowers from invasive plant species. Register at playfishers.com/KFB....

Freezing nights and warmer days cause the maple sap to flow up into the tree. Together your family will learn how to tap a maple tree, make maple syrup and maple sugar candy! Taste real maple syrup made right here in Central Park, or using...

The StoryWalk® is On the Move! Each month, the StoryWalk® moves to a new Fishers Park for endless adventures and reading fun for the whole family. Find the StoryWalk® at the following parks and join us at the Book Reveal each month on the 3rd...

Parks sometimes require us not only to preserve, but to restore native landscapes. Founders Park is a perfect example, as it was once a working limestone quarry. Join us as we discuss the unique history of this park and the challenges with vegetation (native and...

Carey Grove is one of our favorite pocket parks. Did you know it used to house an arboretum with over 60 tree species? Join us as we walk the 1/4 mile trail and discuss arboretums as living museums, and learn about the native species that...