MONDAYS, 12:30 – 1 p.m.
June 1 – 29
Start your week off right with some fairy magic. Pat Heaney, Assistant Director of Education will host this weekly program with fairy poems and stories, a visit to a fairy home, and tips on building your own fairy houses. She’ll invite special guests to share fairy houses of all types, from city digs to remote mountain abodes.
Free Zoom event. All ages.
PRESCHOOL VIRTUAL NATURE CLASSES
This week’s topic is Bunny Hop: Do rabbits really eat carrots? Hop on in and learn all about bunnies.
Connect with Watershed Educators Samantha Bernstein and Alison Novobilsky and other students in weekly preschool classes that include crafts, outdoor exploration, and interactive games. This live session will enable children to learn, share their ideas, and interact with us and each other.
This is a live class via Zoom. Register with the button below and you will receive a Zoom link on the day of class.
DISCOVERY CENTER ANIMALS @FACEBOOK LIVE
Join Watershed Educator Samantha Bernstein as she feeds some of the resident animals in the Discovery Hall in the Watershed Center.
Come learn about some of the animals at: https://www.facebook.com/theH2Oshed/
12 -12:30 p.m.
Join the educators from The Watershed Institute as they read a variety of beloved children’s books.
Today, Watershed Intern, Anna Stunkel, will read Hurry, Spring! by Sterling North. Join Anna as she shares the text and drawings from this classic book about the sights and sounds of woodland wildlife awakening as spring begins.
This week’s Story Time will be pre-recorded.
Free event. All ages.