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MAY 2016
7 Weekend Activities
10 Preschool Adventure
12 Kid Hike
13 Home School Class
14-15 Weekend Activities
17 Golden Games Hike at Autrey Mill
19 Cooking & Crafts
21-22 Weekend Activities
21 Autrey Mill Unplugged Concert
28 Expert Hike
30 Visitor Centor Closed for Memorial Day
31 First Day of Summer Camp
2016 Program Schedule

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Historic buildings not open during your visit?
Try our new cell phone Audio Tour with audio stops around the Heritage Village and along the trails.

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9770 Autrey Mill Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022
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Saturday, May 28

Led by the North American Native Fish Association


We'll start at the Visitor Center for an intro to the fish living in local creeks, then hike to the creek to learn how to seine (use a vertical net to capture fish) and explore what lives in Sals creek. This program will have a hands-on, feet-in-the-creek component, so come with shoes that can get wet.

Members $5, Non-members $7
More info and online registration


Was you favorite Autrey Mill Camp FULL?
Check Again

With many popular Nature Camps already full,
we've increased capacity!

But it's only a couple additional spots in each camp.
So, sign up today to not miss out!

9 weeks of camps
Preschool, Nature, Heritage
May 31 thru August 5 for ages 4-14.

2016 summer camp schedule

Visitor Center Reopens on Wednesday, May 25 !!!

The structural repair work has been completed and the Visitor is again open. Thanks for eveyone's patience.

Thanks to Our Heritage Docents

Our Heritage Docents, under the direction of our Collections and Exhibits Manager, have been busy sorting and recording the contents of boxes and bags of items from the Green Store collection. The photos below show just a small portion of the collection that includes items from the early to mid-1900s and capture life in the Johns Creek area when it was a rural farm community. This is just the start of a large project guided by museum protocols to preserve Johns Creek history.

We can’t thank our volunteer docents enough for all their help!

More info about our docent program.

Heritage Docents working on the Green Store collection