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Programs for Kids
Visit www.lbparks.org to create a family account.
Registration for Fall classes begins August 9
Preschool in Nature
Enrich your child's learning in an interactive natural setting. Our pre-school sessions will encourage social skills, increase creativity and foster group cooperation, while exercising minds and bodies on the trails.
For ages 3-5. Children must be potty-trained. This is not a parent participation class.
Classes take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-11:30am.
$90 per session.
- Sept 9 - Oct 2 "Amazing Autumn"(#10742)
- Oct 14 - Nov 6 "Fall Frolic" (#10743)
- Nov 18 - Dec 16 (no class 11/27) "Cozy Critters" (#10747)
Parent and Me Programs
1-day Parent & Me Workshops
Bring your sense of adventure as we make new friends and celebrate nature's seasonal wonders through outdoor exploration, stories, art, music and movement. For ages 18mo-5yrs. Parent participation required. Classes take place Wednesdays from 10-11:30am. $20 per adult/child pair. Additional participants can be added in person at $10 each.
- Oct 29 "Spooky Spectacular" (#10762)
- Nov 19 "Turkey Trottin' Art" (#10763)
- Dec 10 "Winter Holiday Crafts" (#10764)
Bubble, Fizz, Boom!
Explore and experiment with gooey, drippy, fun! You and your child(ren) will have a "blast" with hands-on science play. Come dressed for a mess and ready for fun. Ages 2-5. Parent participation required. $40 per adult/child pair. Bring $15 materials fee to first class. Mondays, 9:30-10:15am.
- Sept 8-29 (#10748)
- Oct 13 - Nov 3 (#10749)
Tales and Trails
We will explore the incredible changing world of the Nature Center while discovering creatures large and small and investigating them in creative ways. Puppets, songs and a parachute are all a part of this fun-filled class. Ages 18mo-5yrs. Parent participation required. $40 per adult/child pair. Material fee included. Fridays, 9:15-10am or 10:15-11am.
- Sept 12 - Oct 3 (#10750)
- Oct 17 - Nov 7 (#10751)
Badger Tours - $5
Ages 5-18. Scouts can enhance merit badge work with a 90-minute program focused on a
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