Winter/Spring 2019 Teen Program Guide

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12 NATURE EDUCATION Dive into nature through outdoor explorations, interactive programs, and more! Hemlock Nature Quest (age 13–15) Think you have seen everywhere at Hemlock Bluffs? Think again! Journey with us to far corners of the Preserve on a quest to find nature rarely seen by the others. Dress for the weather and off-trail conditions. Bring your sense of adventure! Participants are eligible to volunteer as program assistants for our younger nature programs. Location: Stevens Nature Center/Hemlock Bluffs Fees: $12(R) $16(N) (1 class) WETLAND SURVEY Join us as we explore winter wetlands. We will search for salamanders, crayfish, and more! Equipment provided. 121619 Sun Mar 10 2–4 p.m. OUTDOOR RECREATION Outdoor adventures await you at Fred G. Bond Metro Park! Leadership Development (age 11–14) Explore the qualities of being an effective leader through a series of activities and challenges. Location: Cary Senior Center Instructor: Program Staff Fees: $39(R) $55(N) (4 classes) 120594 Mon Feb 4–25 6:30–7:30 p.m. Kayaking for Teens (age 11–17) An introduction to kayaking, this three-hour class covers the basics of the sport. Learn kayak safety, proper stroke technique, braces, wet exiting, and rescues. The class is taught by a certified British Canoe Union instructor. Kayak rental is included in the fee. Location: Fred G. Bond Metro Park, Boathouse Instructor: Wes Hall Fees: $37(R) $48(N) (1 class) 120018 Fri May 10 4:30–7 p.m. Stand Up Paddleboard for Teens (age 12–17) Learn the basics of this exciting sport, including proper stance, paddling strokes, and balance on the board. Then paddleboard right on the water! All equipment included. Location: Fred G. Bond Metro Park, Boathouse Instructor: REI Outdoor School Fees: $45(R) $59(N) (1 class) 119266 Thu May 16 5:30–7:30 p.m. NEW! ✔ MARK YOUR CALENDAR Class registration begins on Dec 3 for Cary residents and on Dec 17 for non-residents. See page 19 for details.

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