Winter and Spring Nature Camps on days off from school. for ages. 5-12 8am-4pm
Monday, November 11: Wild Discovery Survival
We will spend the day at Mud Lake discovering the wild animals who are preparing for the winter. Will they be napping all winter? Will they nap and then play? Will they wander the forest every day? How do the wild animals survive the winter? Squirrel’s Kitchen, Mountain Lions, slumbering bears and migrating birds. Let’s play games, make art and discover the signs of their survival.
Monday, November 25 Tuesday, November 26: Indigenous People Days
The Arapaho and Ute Natives explored the rugged Rocky Mountains on hunting and foraging trips. The wonderous world of Native American’s will come to life with special guests. We will integrate native crafts, such as dream catchers, explore totem animals and plants and different types of shelters. How did the Native Americans survive the brutal winters? Join us on this amazing exploration!
Monday, December 23: Winter Solstice Celebration
Let’s celebrate and discover the darkest time of the year…the best time to explore astronomy! The sun will be shining more and more as the days go by. Make various solstice crafts to take home, beeswax candles, herbal crafts and other nature gifts to share with family and friends.
$70/day Register here or call 303-258-0495 or stop by the nature center to register!
Shuttle is available with registration. $10.
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or Call 303-258-0495 or stop by the nature center to register
Wild Bear accepts CCAP and scholarships are available. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment is required in advance of your program.
Spaces are limited, register today
Future dates: January 2, 3 and 6th.