November 18, 2019
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Friday, Nov. 22 (See map view)

Learn about these nocturnal raptors and their fascinating natural history. Meet a live owl from the Nature Museum’s collection.

When: Friday, Nov. 22, 7–8:30pm

Sunday, Nov. 24 (See map view)

Did you know that the turkey was once nominated to become our National Symbol? Learn about the turkey’s natural history and interesting adaptations. Make a fun turkey craft.

When: Sunday, Nov. 24, 10–11:15am

Saturday, Dec. 21 (See map view)

Celebrate the longest night of the year at the Nature Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center. The winter solstice has long been observed in many cultures around the world. The longest night of the year symbolizes winter, but also the returning of the light as the days begin to lengthen. Go on a scavenger hunt for the hidden Yule Log and then cheer on the lengthening days with a bonfire, snacks and …

When: Saturday, Dec. 21, 3:30–5:30pm

Monday, Dec. 23 (See map view)

Pull the kids away from the screens and let them reconnect with nature. Mini-campers join environmental educators to meet different live animals each day and learn how animals survive the cold of winter. Enjoy plenty of time hiking, playing outdoor games, hands-on activities, and crafts.

When: Monday, Dec. 23, 9am–3pm

Thursday, Dec. 26 (See map view)

Pull the kids away from the screens and let them reconnect with nature. Mini-campers join environmental educators to meet different live animals each day and learn how animals survive the cold of winter. Enjoy plenty of time hiking, playing outdoor games, hands-on activities, and crafts.

When: Thursday, Dec. 26, 9am–3pm

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