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Join Woodsy Owl’s Curiosity Club!

Help Woodsy Owl in his conservation mission to
“lend a hand, care for the land!”
Woodsy Owl
What is it?
A summer nature program at the Cradle of Forestry Historic Site for children ages 4-7. Each day a variety of outdoor oriented activities will explore a forest related theme to engage young children in the natural world around them. A blend of investigation, creativity, and fun!Each child receives the interactive book Woodsy Owl’s ABC’s to enjoy at home.When does it meet?
Thursdays from June 12 through  August 14, 2014.

10:30 am until 12:00

1:30 until 3:00 pm

Rain or Shine!Come to one program or enjoy as many as you’d like.We suggest that children wear closed-toe shoes.Cost:
$4.00 per child for each program. Accompanying adults are admitted to the Cradle of Forestry for half price ($2.50). The fee includes all the site has to offer that day.

2014 Dates and Weekly Themes

June 12:     Get Outside!

June 19:     Pollination Sensation

June 26:     Poking Around the Pond

July 3:        Mountain Melodies

July 10:      After-Dark Animals 

July 17:      Bird is the Word

July 24:      Talking About Trees

July 31:      Fire in the Forest

August 7:   Celebrating Snakes

August 14:  Spinning a Food Web

   

Reservations are required.

For more information and to

make reservations please call 828-877-3130. 

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You are Invited To Smokey Bear’s Birthday party!

Enjoy music, games, gift bags, fire fighting equipment, birthday cake and Smokey Bear!

Admission for Smokey Bear’s Birthday Party:

$6.00 for adults 16 years of age and older

$3.00 for youth ages 15 and younger

$3.00 for Golden Age and Golden Eagle Passport holders

For more information call 828-877-3130

Sponsored by:  Bi-Lo, Pisgah Forest, NC

 

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