It’s not every day that we observe Mother Nature. She’s careful regarding when she can be seen by humans. One of her favorite stops however, is Hobbs State Park. Every 2nd Saturday of the month she drops in at the Park’s visitor center to tell timely stories to her little human friends. Readings begin at 10:30 a.m. Story time will be followed by “hands-on” nature-craft activities. Humans of all ages are welcome, however most stories target those 3-6 years of age.
Upcoming Mother Nature visits:
Feb. 8th - The Woods in Winter: Where are the Animals?
Mar. 14th - Getting Ready for Spring: Changes in the Woods
Apr. 11th - Dandelions: Stars in the Grass
May 9th - Around the Pond: Frogs and Toads
June 13th - Animals in the Night
July 11th - Water Dance-Water Cycle & Storm Drain Pollution
Aug. 8th - Caterpillar to Butterfly
Sept. 12th - Autumn in the Woods: Preparing for Winter
Oct. 10th - Bats: Not Really Scary
Nov. 14th - It’s Turkey Time
Dec. 12th - Who Goes There? Footprints and Animal Signs
Meet Mother Nature in the lobby of the Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area visitor center located on Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/War Eagle Road intersection.
Cost: Free - Length: one hour. For more information call: 479-789-5000