Putting Down New Roots
WHERE: 190 Lord Stirling Rd, Basking Ridge
Join the Gang!
Here at the Environmental Education Center our “gang” makes us think of smiling, happy, muddy kids.
The Tree House Gang is a weekly series for children ages 3-5 that meets in their own special space called the “Tree House”. There they learn about habitats, food chains, wildlife, weather, and so much more through games, experiments, storybooks, and their favorite part, hiking. Most of their time is spent exploring the Great Swamp and all its various habitats, searching for animal clues, oblivious to the weather. Yes, they can get very muddy but they love every minute of it.
Once a “gang member” graduates, they can join KinderNats, a program designed and geared for children five to seven years old who love to be outdoors. This afterschool series will get them outside to study science and explore the natural world. These junior naturalists will be engaged through hiking, activities, and more.
Too young for all of the above? Then join us for The Young Explorers Club, another series designed for infant to five year olds with parent that focuses on developing their five senses. Parents can leave with ideas to explore nature close to home.
Sugaring by Moonlight
By the light of the full moon, on this cold winter’s night, gather round our hearth and hear tales of how the secret of the maple’s sweetness was discovered. Learn about how you too can make it at home. Dress to be both inside and out. Course Code: 51761
WHEN: Saturday, January 23, 5:30pm-6:30pm
ADMISSION: $7 per person. All Ages.
Thanks to Carol Simon Levin, librarian @ Bridgewater Public Library for this post!