TheNature Discovery Center

18 Highlawn Rd Warner, NH across from the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum


2019 Season Opens:


Sunday May 19


Closes for Season:


Sunday October 27


Hours of Operation


Fridays and Sundays:

Noon - 5:00



10:30 - 5:00


Group Visits

(6 or more) by appointment only



Calendar Events


June 22nd

Rock Festival

July 13th, 14th

20th Annual Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Powwow

July 27th

Pollinator Party

August 17th, 18th

Space Weekend with the Alan Shepard Project

August 24th

Beautiful Birds

Sept. 22

Harvest Moon and NatureFest

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2019 Spring and Summer Events

The Nature Discovery Center is Open for the Season

Hey Kids!

Come to Nature Camp

at the

Nature Discovery Center


This Summer's Schedule:

Sat., June 22, 11a.m. - noon: Rock Festival

Discover the wonders of rocks and minerals with Scientist Julie Bodnarik

Sat., July 27, 11 - noon: Pollinator Party

Learn about our pollinators with Master Gardener Barbara Lassonde

Sat., August 24, 11 - noon: Our Beautiful Birds

Learn about birds and their importance with Birder Barbara Lassonde

Cost: $5 per child per session, ages 6 - up, which includes a tour of the Nature Center following camp program.

Bring your parents and a picnic lunch if you wish!

Walk-ins welcome, but reservations appreciated - 456-6052


20th Annual Mt. Keargarge Indian Museum Pow Wow

July 13th and 14th at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum


Saturday July 13th

Gates open 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Sunday July 14th

Gates open 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Grand Entry 12:00 pm both days

Eastern Social Dancing 2:00 pm both days
Native Americans recieve free admission to the Nature Discovery Center.


Compliments of the Alan Shepard Project:



Harvest Moon and NatureFest

September 22nd
Details to be announced soon.

This is a yearly event and fundriaser for both museums.






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