Time: November 21, 2012 from 9:30am to 10:45am
Location: Aldo Leopold Nature Center - Monona Campus
Street: 330 Femrite Drive
Website or Map: http://www.naturenet.com/alnc/
Event Type: event, nature, environment, children, kids
Organized By: Aldo Leopold Nature Center
Latest Activity: Aug 28, 2012
A larva parasitized me! Come uncover the appalling world of galls! But don’t let them rub you the wrong way; we’ll discover why galls really are important. It’s a fascinating world of insect survival!
Introduce your toddler or pre-school aged child to a safe and wonderful natural world. This program is specifically designed for children ages 2-5 (before entering kindergarten). Each week, we’ll explore a different seasonal topic through hikes, outdoor exploration, music, puppetry, songs, stories and more. Each session will include a snack. Programs will be held rain or shine, so please dress appropriately for the weather. In the case of severe weather, outdoor activities will move indoors. An adult must accompany all children to the program.
ALNC Members: $6/child; Non-Members: $7/child