Learn all about Nature with these Programs for Everyone!
HOME SCHOOL DAYS
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Cost: $10 per child. Preregistration is required.
VIRTUAL: WONDROUS WOODPECKERS – March 9
Play a Jeopardy game to learn everything there is to know about these fascinating creatures. Find out what kinds we have, what their unique adaptations are, and many more fun facts!
IN-PERSON: THE STORIES OF TREES – March 11
Why is a dogwood called a dogwood? How did the oak tree help start the Revolutionary War? Learn stories, legends, and myths about some of the oldest residents of the USA. Dress for the weather.
VIRTUAL AWESOME ANIMAL ARTISTS
In this virtual program, learn to draw a NJ native animal and create your own masterpiece. Guided by Miss Jenny using simple shapes and lines…you’ll be amazed at what you can do! Check it out!
Cost: $6 per child. Preregistration is required.
VIRTUAL FACT OR FICTION – NATURE EDITION
Should I pick up a fallen baby bird? Do you get two worms when a worm is cut in half? Do black bears actually hibernate? In this interactive virtual presentation, determine what really is fact or fiction regarding some of the most commonly seen and talked about New Jersey animals. Learn more!
Lunch and Learn:
VIRTUAL LUNCH & LEARN
March Classes • Adults
12 noon – 12:45 p.m.
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Cost: $10 per person. Preregistration is required.
Fashion Through the Ages – March 11
In celebration of Women’s History month, join Museum Registrar Katie Humphreys as we take a virtual tour through the changing face of women’s fashion over the past two hundred years. Discover why certain choices became fashionable, learn how to identify what decade a dress is from, and get a behind the scenes look at how our museum professional staff preserves these delicate pieces for the future.
Be Bear Aware – March 18
Black bears are an important part of our natural world, and all New Jersey residents should know how to react if they encounter one of these amazing mammals. An interactive multimedia presentation, bear artifacts, and a fun simulation activity help participants to better understand black bear history, adaptations, life cycle, diet, and needs.
Wildflowers of the Tourne – March 25
Join members of the Rockaway Valley Garden Club as they virtually tour the Tourne Wildflower Trail and discuss spring ephemerals and other native flowers.
Look What's Coming:
FOREST BATHING WITH RICH COLLINS, ANFT GUIDE
March 20 at Willowwood Arboretum
A Japanese walking meditation reminds us that we are part of nature, not separate from it. This program is a mix of meditation, mindfulness, and wellness promotion. Space is limited. Learn more here.
Cost: $20 per person. Preregistration is required.