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Fall Programs at Durant Nature Preserve

News posted Sep. 20, 2017 - 2:59 pm

Magical Monarchs
Monarchs are getting ready to fly south to spend the winter months in Mexico. Before they leave, come join a nature instructor to learn about these magical creatures. Learn what they like to eat, how we can help them, and ways we can attract them to our backyards. Each participant will make a butterfly craft to take home. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults attend free. Preregistration is required at least four days in advance of the program.
Tuesday, September 26. 10-11AM. #210358
Age: 3-5 yrs. $3 per child.

Wee Walkers
Would you and your toddler like some company for your walks? Join others on an easy-paced hike around the park. This is a great opportunity for adults and little ones to meet each other and explore what's happening in nature. Although preregistration is not necessary, it is helpful so that we can prepare for your visit.
Thursday, October 5. 10-11 AM. #210340
Thursday, November 2. 10-11AM. #210341
Thursday, December 7. 10-11 AM. #210342
All ages. Free.

Beavers are Busy!

Come listen to a heartwarming story about a beaver looking for a friend. After our story we'll walk along the lakeside in search of beaver signs. Participants will make a beaver craft to take home. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults attend free. Preregistration is required four days in advance of the program.
Tuesday, October 10. 10-11AM. #210408
Age: 3-5 years. $3 per child.

Welcoming Winter
Celebrate the arrival of a new season at a Welcome Winter Party at Durant Nature Preserve! We'll enjoy a short walk to look for signs of winter and then play winter-related games. A story and craft will also be included! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults attend free. Preregistration is required at least four days in advance of the program.
Age: 3-5 years. $3 per child.
Tuesday, December 12. 10-11 AM. #210418

Where

  • Durant Nature Preserve
  • 8305 Camp Durant Rd
  • Raleigh, NC 27614

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