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Blossom Into Spring

May 14 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Enjoy Spring In The Park

Join us at the Acorn Shelter as we welcome spring to Durand Eastman park on May 14 from 10-1.

The park is alive with color this time of year. Flowering trees in the arboretum and wildflowers on the forest floor signal the arrival of spring with their beautiful blossoms.

This casual event is designed to be an opportunity to learn about the park, share an experience with your friends, family, and neighbors, and enjoy some time relaxing in nature.

An easy guided walk of the park’s blossoms, wild and planted, will depart at 11:00 AM


Crocus flowers

Join Us To

  • Learn more about the flowering trees and wildflowers of Durand Eastman Park
  • Get outside with friends and neighbors
  • Go on a guided walk to admire signs of spring
  • Enjoy some food and drink
  • Relax and have a good time

22 in 22: Meet Your Parks

This event is part of the 22 in 22: Meet your parks initiative. We hope to inspire our neighbors to visit any (or all) of the 22 county parks in Monroe County this year.

22 in 22 - Meet your Monroe County Parks

We Welcome All

This event is organized to be accessible to all people. If you are someone who wants to spend time in the park, especially if it is your first time, this event is for you. Come alone or come with friends and family. Stay put and relax or explore the park. However you want to enjoy the park, we hope you’ll consider including us. Reach out to let us know how we can help you participate.

COVID-19 Safety

This event will be outdoors and the risk of COVID-19 transmission s relatively low. Mask are optional and we expect anyone who has tested positive, or has come in close contact with anyone who has to stay home.

Event Cost

This event is free. We hope that you will consider making a donation to Rochester Ecology Partners. Donations from event participants help us build a sustainable organization where more is possible.

Learn About Donating

Organized by Rochester Ecology Partners

This event is organized by Rochester Ecology Partners, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping all people find nature where they live, work, and play. Contributions to this mission are always welcome.

Getting There

The Acorn Shelter in Durand Eastman Park is on Log Cabin Road, just off of Lakeshore Blvd along Lake Ontario.

Google Maps Location

By Bus: The 70 Seabreeze Route will get you close to Durand Eastman Park. It is a 25 minute walk to the shelter from the Culver and Durand Blvd stop.

Reach Out

Please get in touch if you have questions, want to help, or work with an organization that would like to partner with us.



May 14
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Rochester Ecology Partners


Durand Eastman Park – Log Cabin