LIFE OF A NATIVE AMERICAN - HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM FOR AGES 5 - 10
Thur., October 9, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. – LaBoiteaux Woods Preserve
Emphasis is placed on the daily life (food, clothes, family, education) of an Ohio child 200 to 300 years ago in a hike, hands-on activities and a lively presentation with audience participation. Call 542-2909 by Oct 7 for more information and paid reservations.
ANNUAL MAGIC FOREST HALLOWEEN HIKES - REGISTER TODAY!
Fri & Sat., October 17 & 18 - Caldwell Nature Preserve
Walk through a pumpkin-lit trail and meet costumed characters from nature and history. This is a non-scary holiday walk best suited for children ages 3-10. Hikes start at 7pm with the last hike leaving at 8:30pm. For each time slot, there are three hike groups of approximately 25 people. As much as possible, we organize hike groups by type: scouts, youth groups, families with young children, and families with older children. Hike groups are sent out every 5 minutes within their time slot. Each hike lasts approximately 1 hour. Cost is $6 per person. There is a $3.00 administrative fee (per order, not per ticket). Children 2 and under are FREE. Reservations required. REGISTER TODAY!
MONSTERS IN THE SKY
Fri., October 24, 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. – Trailside Nature Center, Wolff Planetarium in Burnet Woods
You’ve heard of lions tigers and bears and thought… oh my? Try gorgons, the wrath of ancient gods and the release – of the Kracken!!! Oh my indeed! Join us for a monster tale, 2,000 years in the making. Adults and children ages 5 and older accompanied by an adult are welcome. Fee: $5 per person. Call 751-3679 for more information or paid reservations.
Sat., October 25, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. – Cincinnati Museum Center
“Beneficial Bats” is the theme for our booth at this family fun event. Enjoy information from local bat enthusiasts and organizations, a costume parade and more! There is a parking fee for the event but the festival is FREE.
YUMMY IN YOUR TUMMY INSECTS
Sun., October 26 - REI, Rookwood Commons
Ever wondered what a mealworm tasted like? How about a cricket? There are many insects in the world that are edible and healthy to eat every day. Visit our booth in the store to learn about some exotic and native arthropods, what you can and can’t eat, and how to prepare those yummy bugs! Join us for this FREE program and eat “grub”! For more information, call 231-8678.