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Vacation Week Offerings At Hammo!

Native American games, live turtles, crafts, story telling and more.

Vacation Week Offerings At Hammo!

 

Here is the February vacation program schedule at Meigs Point Nature Center at Hammonassett Beach State Park. To sign up, contact Ranger Russ Miller, the director of Meigs Point Nature Center at rangermpnc@gmail.com or call the Nature Center at 1-860-462-9643 or 203-245-8743.

Do you know of something fun going on vacation week? Add it in the comments! 


Tuesday, February 21
Native American Games with Ranger Russ (11:00AM)
Take part in games played long ago
by Native American children

Native American Crafts with Ranger Russ (1:00PM)

Make your own Native American
game to take home

 

Wednesday, February 22
Live Turtle Program with Ranger Russ (11:00AM)
Meet the turtles of Connecticut. Learn what's
special about our native turtle species,
including habitats & natural history

Turtle Crafts with Ranger Russ (1:00PM)
Make and decorate your own paper turtle.
Make him scary, make him funny, or make
him look just like a real turtle!

Thursday, February 23
Native American Stories with Ranger Russ (11:00AM)
Experience traditional storytelling with stories
that taught Native American children about
nature and life lessons

Native American Crafts with Ranger Russ (1:00PM)
Write and illustrate your own story using
Native American symbols


Friday, February 24

Live Snake Program with Ranger Russ (11:00AM)

Meet the snakes of Connecticut. Learn what's special about

our native snake species, including habitats & natural history

 

Snake Crafts with Ranger Russ (1:00PM)

Ranger Russ will provide toy snakes for this project.

Decide where your snake would live and create

a habitat to provide camouflage for it

 


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