School Holiday Camp
We get it; it’s hard when your child has off of school when you don’t! That’s why we created these “School Holiday Camps”. Drop off your child at 9am and pick them back up at 3pm after a fun-filled day of nature exploration and discovery!
Each day features unique games, hikes, science experiments, and crafts that all tie in to the day’s theme!
What should we bring?
A healthy snack will be provided, but the child must bring a lunch. Make sure the child is dressed appropriate to the weather and ready to explore and discover nature! A change of clothes and shoes is recommended.
10th– The Last Days of Summer: It’s the end of summer and life is abundant at Honey Hollow. Help us find amphibians, insects, and other summer visitors.
19th– Tangled Webs: Spiders! Come learn all about the amazing world of spiders.
21st– Animal Evidence: Join us on a tracking adventure as we learn about and search for the signs that animals leave behind.
Cancelled….23rd– Welcome to Autumn: Explore the magic of the fall season. From the equinox to falling leaves, we’ll learn all about what makes fall fall.
Winter Break Holiday Camp
27th– Terrific Trees: Learn all about the various trees of Honey Hollow and how to identify them.
28th– Happy New Year!: The Science of the season. We’ll discuss the solstice, the new year, and the science behind the cold of winter.
21st– Do Not Disturb… I’m Hibernating: Investigate Hibernation. Learn the who’s, how’s, and why’s of hibernation.
14th– Love is in the Air: From feathers to rituals, even animals need love. We’ll learn about courtship, nest building, and true love in the animal world.
15th– Groundhogs: Pennsylvania is home to one famous one, learn all about these over-sized rodents.
18th – Presidents and the Environment: Learn about Presidents who have embraced nature and what you can do to follow their example.
Spring Break Camp Week (you may still register day by day, or for the whole week!)
15th– TGIS (Thank Goodness it’s Spring!): The Science behind the Season. We’ll discuss the equinox, why we have time change, and all the science behind spring.
16th– Discovering Birds: Spend a day studying our fine feathered friends. We’ll learn all about birds, go on a birdwatching hike, and have plenty of fun activities involving birds.
17th – A Day in Fairy Hollow: Want to build a fairy house, or maybe a toad home, or how about a miniature wilderness outpost? Bring your creativity as we build houses for our outdoor friends.
18th – Exploring Watersheds: Join us as we investigate the many waterways of Honey Hollow.
19th– What’s Buggin’ You?: Spring is returning and so are many of Honey Hollow’s summertime residents. We’ll be hunting for and learning about the amazing world of insects today.
Time: 9:00am -3:00pm