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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Connecticut Audubon Society holding vacation camp for kids

 
The  Connecticut Audubon Society will hold a vacation camp days  session from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
December 28, 29 and 30, 2015, according to a release.
The camp is for children Ages 5-10 and will be held at the Coastal Center at 1 Milford Point Road, Milford, the release said.
 
"We’ll be inside and outside exploring the wonders of winter.  Choose one, two or all three days for your child. Each day there will be different crafts, stories, games, experiments, and outdoor activities.  Weather permitting, we’ll hike to the beach to see who’s there.  Each day a different movie will be shown to round out the fun.  Come dressed for outdoor explorations.  Children should bring a peanut-free snack and lunch," the release said.
 
Cost for CAS members is $37/child/day or $105/child for all three days and Non-members $42/child/day or $120/child for all three days, the release sad. Call Louise at 203-878-7440 x 502
 
 
 
Also in the release:
 
"Founded in 1898 by pioneering conservationist Mabel Osgood Wright, Connecticut Audubon Society conserves Connecticut’s environment through science-based education and advocacy focused on the state’s bird populations and their habitats. Connecticut Audubon Society operates nature centers in Fairfield, Milford, Glastonbury and Pomfret, as well as an EcoTravel office in Essex. Connecticut Audubon Society manages 19 wildlife sanctuaries around the state, preserves over 2,600 acres of open space in Connecticut and educates over 200,000 children and adults annually."

 

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