July 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Folktales- Myths, legends, fables, and folklore. WE will read and discuss stores such as “The Fox and the Crow” and “The Hare and the Tortoise”.
What to expect:
-This multi-age level, naturalist-conducted program with learning opportunities for every age group.
-Lessons are designed to increase awareness of the wonders of the natural world.
-The outdoor portion may be a hike and/or game or other all-age inclusive activity to further the lesson of the day.¬†**Please dress weather appropriate!**
Student: $10 per student Members $6
Parent/Teacher: $3 admission per person/ Members Free
All students must be accompanied by an adult
Advanced registration and payment is required no later than the Monday before the program.
1st -8th Grade
How to Register:
Email¬† email@example.com or call the Education Department at 309.676.0998 ext. 312
January 3rd- Winter Survival¬†
February 7th- Animal Transformations
March 7th- Behind the Scenes
April 4th- Feeding Frenzy
May 2nd- Fish On!
June 6th- Earth’s Biomes
July 4th- Folktales
August 1st- Endangered Species
September 5th- Animal Enrichment
October 3rd- Fossils
November 7th- Fur, Feathers and Scales
December 5th- Rodents