Tuesday, April 22 10 am - 2 pm
Join the museum as it celebrates Earth Day!
This self-guided event is designed exclusively for homeschool families. Visit the Historic Village and Nature Center to learn about conservation and recycling practices that will make your families better stewards of the earth.
Activities include: * Dragonfly Pete's Amazing Aquatic Creaturesidentifying inhabitants of Oatka Creek * Visit with Johnny Appleseed and hear how he spread apple trees across the frontier * Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Craft by turning a used gallon jug into a reusable lunch container * Join naturalist Ron Walker on an Earth Day excursion to explore the diversity in our woodlots * Meet John James Audubon and learn about his conservation work on behalf of birds * Pit yourself against Mother Nature in this fun Bird Migration Challenge Game * Hike with our naturalists to our special spring wetland to catch, examine and release the inhabitants of this unique ecosystem Admission is adults: $11/members free; all students $6.50; children (3 & Under) free
To register call 585-294-8218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org