Wild Encounters – Homeschool Program
Wild Encounters is a once-a-month, hands-on nature program offered September through June just for homeschool families. Each class includes an overview of the day’s topic, a hike, and outdoor activities.
Classes are held 10:00 a.m. to noon on the fourth Monday of each month (except May). A hike and nature journaling are always included. This program is for ages 5 and up, though younger siblings are welcome to come along. Fee: $5.00 per age-eligible child. Prepay for five classes and get a sixth class free.
NEW: Register online, and pay when you come to class. Click on a date below to register for a class.
Scholarships are available for all programs.
Spring 2019 programs:
March 25 – Birds of the Forest: Go on a bird walk with binoculars, dissect owl pellets and discover bird adaptations.
April 22 – Migrators on the Move: Search for birds, horseshoe crabs, dragonflies, and other migratory creatures.
May 20 – Alewives Around Us: See alewives in migration and learn all about these amazing animals. Meet by the fish ladder building at the base of the fish ladder on Mills Road, Nobleboro.