The Whitehouse Nature Center hosts monthly programs that are open to the general public, ranging from Nature Tots for 3-5 year olds to summer adventure camps for elementary school students to adult conservation classes where we build nesting boxes for wildlife and enjoy bird walks through various habitats of the Center.
November 21 and December 19, 2014, 10-11:30 a.m.
If your little one, ages 3–5, enjoys the outdoors, animals, and plants, then this program series will help them explore the natural world through games, crafts, stories and hands-on discoveries.
Classes will be held indoors and out, so please dress for the weather. An adult must accompany child. No cost.
- November 21: Insects in the Winter?
- December 19: Owls
December 6, 2014, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Discover the simplicity and enjoyment of creating sustainable crafts such as pioneer light bulbs “candles”, grape vine wreaths, nature ornaments and decorative pine boughs for the Holiday season. Enjoy cider and donuts in the Visitor’s Center, or around the warmth of the campfire. Drop in anytime!
Bring: Gloves, wire cutters, small pliers (we will have a limited number of each of these items)