Teen Scene Guide_Winter Spring 2020

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17 Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources NATURE EDUCATION Dive into nature through outdoor explorations, interactive programs, and more! Hemlock Nature Quest (age 10–15) Bring your sense of adventure and journey with us to far corners of the preserve to find nature rarely seen by others! Dress for the weather and off-trail conditions. WINTER WETLANDS (age 10–13) Search for salamanders, crayfish, and more. Sun Feb 2 2–4 p.m. 000021 STREAM SURVEY (age 10–13) Explore Swift Creek for crayfish, salamanders, turtles, and more! Sun May 10 2–4 p.m. 000448 TADPOLE SEARCHING (age 13–15) Search the winter temporary pools for salamanders, crayfish, and more. Sun Mar 8 2–4 p.m. 000564 Location: Stevens Nature Center Fees: $8(R) $10(N) (1 class) OUTDOOR RECREATION Opportunities for outdoor adventure await you at Fred G. Bond Metro Park! Kayaking for Teens (age 11–17) This introductory class covers the basics of the sport including safety, proper stroke technique, braces, wet exiting, and rescues. The class is taught by a certified British Canoe Union Instructor. Kayak rental is included. Fri May 8 5–7:30 p.m. 000200 Location: Bond Park Boathouse Instructor: Wes Hall Fees: $37(R) $48(N) (1 class) JOHN MUIR "The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness."

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