||January 12, 2022
1:00 pm—3:00 pm
||Museum of York County
January 12th, February 9th, March 9th & April 13th
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm at the Museum of York County
Advanced Registration Required here
by Monday, January 10, 2022.
Program is for children ages 7 - 10 years old & 11-14 years old
Pre-registration is required and is non-refundable
When signing your child up please pick the correct age group for each child
Cost is $40.00 per child for entire series
Forests - January 12th
We rely on trees for recreation, clean air, and many products we use in everyday life. But how do forest and land managers work to make sure our use of the land is sustainable? This month students will practice making decisions about how to manage forest land so that it is available to meet our needs.
Water - February 9th
Water is a limited resource and it is up to all of us to protect it and keep it clean. Students will participate in activities that demonstrate how water is used in our communities and what must be done to maintain a safe and healthy water supply.
Wildlife Wonders - March 9th
In March we experience the Spring Equinox. This month we will explore how wildlife responds to the changing season and learn how our human activities impact their lives.
Wild Work - April 13th
It takes many different types of jobs to protect and preserve our environment. This month students will have a chance to interact with experts that work each day towards a sustainable future for all of us.
**Any parents or siblings wishing to explore the Museum while they wait on program participants will need to pay general admission.**