You’re never too young to enjoy nature!
Toddler Time occurs every THIRD Wednesday of the month, March – October 2014 from 10-11 am. (Exception: June!) Program dates and themes can be found below:
March 19th: Shapes in Nature (reading Shapes in Nature by Judy Feldman)
April 16th: Baby Animals (reading What’s Inside? by Mary Jane Martin)
May 21st: Seeds Please! (reading The Dandelion Seed by Joseph Anthony)
Tuesday, June 17th: Bees in the Trees (reading In the Trees, Honey Bees by Loi Mortensen)
July 16th: Groovy Critters (reading Jump, Frog, Jump! by Robert Kalan)
August 20th: Nighttime Animals (reading Whooo’s there? by Mary Serfozo)
September 17th: Season Sampler (reading The Seasons of Arnold’s Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons)
October 15th: Growing a Jack-o-Lantern (reading Pumpkin Pumpkin by Jeanne Titherington)
|Travel back in time to discover how maple syrup was made by Native Americans and early settlers. Next, make your way to the sap house (constructed of reclaimed materials) for a lesson in maple syrup production in today’s world. All participants will finish the morning with a pancake lunch and get to use local maple syrup!Date: Saturday, March 8th
Time: 10am-12pm with a breakfast after program
Place: Cope Environmental Center
Fee: $8 non member adult; $5 non member child (12 & under)
$5 member adult; $4 member child (12 & under)
Registration: Registration required as we have a maximum of 20 people.
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