Two spots left for the Magical World of Woodland Gnomes and Faerie Folk at Awbury Arboretum.
5-8 yrs August 11 – 15 (Held at Awbury Arboretum at the Historic Francis Cope House in the magical garden! – Magical World of Woodland Gnomes and Faerie Folk )
The rest of camp is completely full :)
I’m excited and (rested) during this long winter and preparing for another summer of spending time with your children in the majesty of the Wissahickon. We will now be including children 8 years old. We will meet the older child again this year with longer hikes than the younger children as well as other activities that meet their needs. The younger children will also be met with their specific needs.
As always, a Parent Guide, a simple medical form and other info will be sent once confirmation of registration and payment is received. I am here to answer your questions.
Elsie, Francis Cope House, Awbury Arboretum Spring 2014
Next daybreak is Saturday,
April 19, 10:00 – 3:00
Need a little time to yourself? Day Break happens every 3rd Saturday of the month. The day is similar to a camp day and happens throughout the fall, winter and spring. Children get the opportunity to get away from the screen and experience hands-on learning, while observing the changing of the seasons.
November…This is what a Day Break is like.
Interested in fall and winter classes and workshops? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration forms and questions.
Sometimes you just have to stop and listen to the trees.
Simple as gazing at the moon and stars; wonder and surprise allow us to grow in a way that no other experience can give. It is with this belief and certainty that has inspired me to implement the Indigo Nature Arts program. The program embraces art, nature exploration and movement, surrounded by the magic of the Wissahickon Park. Giving children the opportunity to take part in the natural world will enable them to share it with others as they grow into adulthood. ~Kim Soles
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