Wander and Wonder in the Woods: Tails, Teeth, and Tracks

A Gathering Focusing on Nature Discovering, Nature Notebooking and Nourishing Relationships 

“Never be within doors when you can rightly be without”-Charlotte Mason.

What: A four week series focused on mammals. Our time will start with group gathering and discussion, followed by the hands on activity of the day. Participants will make an entry in their nature journals (brought from home). Three meetings will be classroom activities, one meeting will be a hike.

Supply list:

    • Nature Journal
    • Weather appropriate hiking gear
    • Headbanz game headbands to share for a game, if you have them (just the blue headbands, not the cards).

Who: Designed for curious multiage 4-H nature enthusiasts and their parents. Enrolled 4-Hers will be offered sign ups prior to the general public. All sign ups will go directly through the 4-H website. Space is limited.

Where: Federated Church in South Berwick basement and Mt. Agamenticus trails.

When: 10:30 am on Tuesdays*

March 14th | March 21st | March 28th | April 4th

NOTE: Space is limited. Families are encouraged to look at their calendar to ensure they are available to attend all four session. If you are not able to consistently attend, please leave the slot open for a family who is able.  There will be more opportunities in the future!

Why: To learn, explore and connect.

*We realize that 10:30AM during the school day will not work for families who are not homeschooled. Additional workshop series on various topics will be offered on weekends in the near future.

Interested in participating? Register below!

Registration has closed.

If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Erin McDonald at erin.mcdonald1@maine.edu or 207-581-8163 by March 8, 2023. If a request is made after that date, we may not have sufficient time to make necessary arrangements.

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