Skip to content

The Humber Arboretum hosts workshops, tours, family events and more throughout the year. Advance registration is required for most events. On our calendar below, click on the event you're interested in for more details. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to be kept up to date as new events are added.

Community Nature Connection Workshop

Come out and connect with the natural world at the Humber Arboretum. Join the Arboretum's Nature interpreters to explore local plants and animals with a variety of fun, hands-on activities. Parents welcome!

Read More 

Community Nature Connection Workshop

Come out and connect with the natural world at the Humber Arboretum. Join the Arboretum's Nature interpreters to explore local plants and animals with a variety of fun, hands-on activities. Parents welcome!

Read More 

Lunch and Learn: Humber's Sustainable Pond Project

Learn about the new Pond Project in development at Humber College which will help protect the health of the Humber River watershed while providing improved wildlife habitat and gathering spaces for the community.

Read More 

Community Nature Connection Workshop

Come out and connect with the natural world at the Humber Arboretum. Join the Arboretum's Nature interpreters to explore local plants and animals with a variety of fun, hands-on activities. Parents welcome!

Read More 

Community Nature Connection Workshop

Come out and connect with the natural world at the Humber Arboretum. Join the Arboretum's Nature interpreters to explore local plants and animals with a variety of fun, hands-on activities. Parents welcome!

Read More 

March Break Nature Camp

March Break Day Camp at the Humber Arboretum gives kids aged 5-12 a chance to get outside, get active, and connect with nature. 

Seasonal fun at this March Break Nature Camp will include maple sap harvesting, forest exploration, owl prowls, animal tracking, eco-arts, chickadee feeding and snowshoeing (if weather permits).

Read More 

Sustainable Urban Beekeeping: The Basics

This is a second offering of the first course in the Sustainable Urban Beekeeping certificate series available through the Humber Arboretum and Humber College. While bees are struggling in rural environments, they've been thriving in urban ones. If you've been thinking of taking up urban beekeeping, this introduction to the challenges and opportunities of keeping bees in the city is for you. Topics covered include: honeybee anatomy & behaviour, necessary equipment, site selection, laws and registration, available resources, and the beekeeping year.

Read More