Bring your junior scientists over to the Environmental Discovery Center to enjoy a kids-only, interactive science hour. Learn about the difference between native and non-native plants and the benefits that native plant gardens provide for local wildlife. Participants will make their own wildflower seed balls to plant at home. Adults can head out into Spring Lake Park to enjoy rejuvenating, kid-free time in nature! Sign up for one or more. Activities are ideal for kids ages 6-12. The cost is $10 for in-county residents and $12 for out-of-county attendees. For more information, contact Annika Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration required.
Please bring your own water and snacks. We recommend participants dress in layers and bring a hat and sunscreen. Most programs will happen rain or shine, but may be canceled during heavy rains, heavy smoke, or extreme temperatures. Accommodations will be made for visitors with disabilities upon advance request. Parking is $7 or free with a Regional Parks membership.
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