101 Fun Things To Do With Kids Around the Main Line
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Season Awakes on the Preserve: Kids Read and Explore
April 1 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Kids, bring your favorite adults to Hildacy Preserve and discover the spring season! Hear the story, “Bring Me Some Apples and I’ll Make You a Pie: A Story About Edna Lewis,” by Robbin Gourley and celebrate the spring season. As Edna and her family gather seasonal fruits and vegetables, so do the animals that call Hildacy Preserve home. Families are welcome to stay after the event to enjoy a BYO picnic.
Natural Lands is pleased to partner with Longwood Gardens’ tenth annual Community Read initiative with a look at how food connects people — especially for special moments — and how food connects to the world of plants and gardening. Families with young children (ages 18 months to 5 years) are invited to attend these nature discovery events designed to inspire a sense of wonder about the natural world. Through the sharing of stories each playful exploration engages both adults and children as we make new discoveries about the plants and animals in this beautiful forest habitat. Because we believe that we protect the places that we love, we hope to inspire young children to feel a friendly, respectful connection to nature and form a foundation for curiosity and enjoyment to last a lifetime.