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Nature Play (Ages 5-7)

Outdoors is the best place to play! Will you be the fastest frog in the pond, the silliest salamander under the log, or the most magnificent moth in the meadow? We’ll play the animal way, exploring different habitats and having all kinds of fun in the sun!

This program is designed for children between the ages of 5-7 only. An adult chaperone is required to register and attend. Chaperones are encouraged to engage with their child during the program.

Please Note: This program will take place outdoors. In the event of inclement weather, this program will be canceled, and participants will be notified of their refund options. All participants are required to wear masks for the duration of the program and will be expected to stay socially distanced as much as possible.

Covid-19 Information: In accordance with current CDC guidelines and State of Michigan COVID regulations, Blandford Nature Center requires all staff, visitors, and program participants ages 2 and up to wear masks while inside all buildings and for the duration of all programs both inside and outside. If you or someone you are registering for a program cannot medically tolerate a mask, you must contact our Program Manager prior to booking a program. To contact our Program Manager, please call 616-735-6240, or email ashley@blandfordnaturecenter.org.

Date

Apr 07 2021
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Time

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Cost

$3 adult chaperone (required), $7 member child, $10 non-member child

Location

Blandford Nature Center
1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI
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