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COLD WEATHER ACTIVITIES @ MORRIS COUNTY PARKS: "The cold never bothered me anyway...!"
January 18, 2024
Friends: Dairy Day
Did you know
Fosterfields used to be a dairy farm? Meet our cows, tour the creamery,
and churn some butter to take home! Come join us!
per child. Preregistration required.
Wild Animal Experts: Winter Birds
mornings are a great time to take a nature walk and discover amazing
facts about New Jersey's wildlife! Join a naturalist for this popular
series to learn about a new animal every month. In this session, we'll
explore the birds that choose to stick around during winter.
create your own unique pot-holders to use in your kitchen! Join us here.
per person. Preregistration required.
STEM: Snowy Science
series, young scientists will explore different parts of the natural
world through experiments and activities, making surprising discoveries
along the way. In this session, discover the properties of snow and ice,
make artificial snow, and more!
Birds have a
tough time finding food in winter. Look for birds around the garden and
mix together your own bird food that will feed our chirping friends,
including chickadees and woodpeckers. This program is snow or shine.
per child with adult. Preregistration required.
Maple Sugaring Demos
January 20, 21, 27 and 28
Learn how to
identify and tap maple trees, collect sap, and make real maple syrup over
a wood-fired evaporator. Finish with a syrup taste test! This program
will be held entirely outdoors, so dress for the weather. Syrup will be
available for purchase, while supplies last.
Fairy camp, art camp, gardening camp, nature camps, outdoor
skills camp, historic sites camps and even golf camp -- the Morris County
Park Commission has them all. Learn about all the different day camp
offerings throughout the parks during this afternoon event which will
feature activities, games, fun, and information.
doesn't halt activity on the farm! Learn how to cut and harvest ice, help
the staff saw wood, pet the cows and see a cooking demonstration. Take a
wagon ride around the farm to see it in all of its wintery splendor! Learn more here.
per person, ages 2 & under free. Preregistration required.
Look What's Coming:
hands into the soil and create a mini-succulent garden to bring home in
this new monthly program just for active seniors.
are available in the Morris County Community Garden. It’s time to
get your hands in the soil in your own 10 x 20-foot plot. The
Community Garden season begins March 20. Start dreaming of that
ripe summer tomato.