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Center Activities and Updates- March 2017

Fledglings Summer Session

Our popular Fledglings Nature Preschool is going year-round! Whether extending the preschool experience or getting ready for Kindergarten this fall, Fledglings Summer Session is a great education foundation for lifelong learning. Our Early Childhood – trained staff and high-quality program emphasize social skills, risk management, learning that emerges from play, and 80% of time spent outside. Class size limited to 8 students. Sign up for individual weeks or all summer. 3 days/week (T-W-Th) from 8:30-12:30, $100/week. Child does not need to be registered in school-year program.


Center Gears up for Spring

IMG_4939A flock of over 100 bluebirds was spotted at Norm’s Island yesterday, which, despite the snow on the ground, is a sure sign of Spring! At the Center, that means we’re getting ready for Spring field trips, Earth Day, and registration for our Audubon Adventures Summer Camps (open soon…check the website and Facebook page).

 


Upcoming events:

Osprey and camp kidsEvery Tuesday: Nature Nuts toddler program, 10-11am, $6/kid (with an accompanying adult). Pint-sized nature exploration to get little kids outside!

Kids Campfire Fridays: April 7th, 5:30-9pm. Just for kids, a nature-based adventure complete with campfire and s’mores. $30/child.

Yellowstone River Walk: April 8th, 10am-12:00. A natural and cultural history walking tour of the Yellowstone River corridor. $10/person.

Member Meet-up: Sunday, March 26th, 2-4pm. Members are invited to come check out what’s happening at the Center, go on a scavenger hunt or a nature walk, and meet up with others in our community of supporters. Bring a friend or friend-family to introduce them to the Center!

Native American Studies Presentations: April 18th, 6-7:30pm. Students in the class “Environmental Issues in Native North America” will be presenting their final projects on topics including the DAPL, Bison, and the Badger-Two Medicine. Free.

Earth Day Celebration!: April 22, 9-12:30. Our give-back event to celebrate the natural world. Volunteer projects, naturalist-led hikes, and a free BBQ lunch.

Yellowstone Valley Gives: May 3rd. A community “give local” online fundraising event in the Billings area.

Global Big Day: May 13th. An international celebration of birds, right in the middle of Spring migration. Details to follow!

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