All programs meet at the Interpretive Building, unless otherwise noted.
Join us to learn about snow from a preschool point of view! This month we’ll talk about snow and investigate how it forms and why snowflakes are their own special shape.
Wilderness Sprouts is a monthly program designed for children ages 3-5 and their adult. Each month will feature a different topic and include a lesson and experiment, a craft, and an outdoor adventure (weather permitting.) Adults will be given activities to continue the learning experience at home.
Free for members; donation requested for non-members.
Discover the different techniques for surveying birds, mammals, reptiles/amphibians and insects in your own backyard. You will go home with the skills to conduct simple surveys, lesson plans for using the data collected, and creative ways to incorporate other disciplines into your science curriculum.
Cost: $30 members/ $40 non-members, includes all curriculum materials and lunch. Registration deadline is Jan. 25th.
Explore outer space! Conduct experiments to learn about the planets of our solar system. Make and launch a mini rocket. Visit the planetarium to see the night sky during the day. These and more free activities for all ages!
The Interpretive Building will be closed on Sundays from Nov. 20th through March 12th.
This class is designed for children ages 2-4 with an adult partner. We will do basic rhythm, tonal and movement activities, all based on the seasonal nature that is happening outside the window. Join Education Specialist Karrie McAllister and be prepared to sing, dance, play simple instruments and be active with your child!
Free for members; donation requested for non-members