Nature Detectives – Rock Bridge Memorial State Park

The annual free program, Nature Detectives, kicks off this week at Columbia, Missouri’s own Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.
Hosted by Friends of Rock Bridge Memorial State Park, this program is designed to entice families with kids between the ages of 3 and 6 to get out and enjoy nature.

Each hour long session includes a hike and exploration, discussion and a craft.

June’s theme is “Who Lives Under That Log?”
Saturday, June 9th
9:30 or 11:30 (These sessions are already full but you can join the waiting list.)
Wednesday, June 13th
9:30 or 11:30

July’s theme is “Connor Cave and the Bats Who Live There.”
Wednesday, July 11th
9:30 or 11:30
Saturday, July 14th
9:30 or 11:30

August’s theme is “Who Lives In The Stream?”
Wednesday, August 1
9:30 or 11:30

These programs are free but registration is required as space is limited.
You can register by email mjdonlsn@gmail.com or by calling 573-443-0104.

Last week we were scared out of the woods by ticks, so I am highly recommending using bug spray with deet and wearing light colored clothing (pants and long-sleeves if it is not too hot but at the very least white socks pulled up to the knees like a 1980’s NBA player.)

 

Rock Bridge Memorial State Park

5901 South Highway 163

Columbia, MO 65203-8195
http://friendsofrockbridgemsp.org/

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