Bryan Park Tot Lot May 2010 Bryan Park Tot Lot playground, built in 2008.


Sunrise Yoga in Bryan Park

Start your day with yoga! This class is ideal for anyone new to yoga and interested in its benefits. This class helps individuals build strength, increase flexibility, and find focus. Sunrise Yoga is moderately paced so participants learn the fundamental postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. Bring a yoga mat or towel. Class does not meet 6/23 and 6/25. For ages 13 yrs. and up.

Tu, Th 5/5-8/13 · 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Bryan Park

Buy a flex pass to attend 13, 6, or 1 class(es) of your choice!
13-class pass · $55 · Register by 6/26 (Code: 21001-A)

6-class pass · $30 · Register by 7/24 (Code: 21001-B)

1-class pass · $7 · Register by 8/10 (Code: 21001-A)

Firefly Watch

Be part of important research that will help scientists gain a better understanding of our environment! Participate with us in gathering data for several national surveys. Stop by for one session or take part in each activity. No prior experience or science background is needed-just a willingness to learn and help gather crucial data. Information and instructions on how to conduct each survey and all survey materials are provided. Each survey takes less than 30 minutes, and naturalists will be available after the surveys if participants would like additional information.

Fireflies may be disappearing from the landscape. Surveys that count and identify firefly species are conducted to learn about the geographic distribution of fireflies, their activity during the summer, and the effects that human-made lights and pesticides have on them. Surveys take place the first Wednesday of the month.

FREE · For all ages. · Instructor: Anna Rossler

W 8/5 · 9-10 p.m.
Bryan Park, Woodlawn Shelter

Celebrate Urban Birds

Be part of important research that will help scientists gain a better understanding of our environment! Participate with us in gathering data for several national surveys. Stop by for one session or take part in each activity. No prior experience or science background is needed-just a willingness to learn and help gather crucial data. Information and instructions on how to conduct each survey and all survey materials are provided. Each survey takes less than 30 minutes, and naturalists will be available after the surveys if participants would like additional information.

Urban green spaces can provide important habitats for many species. Celebrate Urban Birds collects survey data on 16 focal bird species to understand how different environments influence the location of birds in urban areas. Participants will observe designated areas for these focal species.

FREE · For all ages. · Instructor: Anna Rossler

W 7/15 · 8:30-9:30 p.m.
Bryan Park, Woodlawn Shelter