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Easter Egg Scramble – Indian Springs

  • March 31, 2018
It’s time for our annual Easter Egg Scramble! Children will be entertained by Rosco the Clown, make cute crafts, and visit with the Easter Bunny as you get your photo taken. We will provide bags for egg collecting – please do not bring a basket. All ages. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Maple Sugaring – Indian Springs

  • March 24, 2018
March brings warm days and freezing nights, just what is needed to encourage sap flow in maple trees. Join us to explore the history of maple sugaring! Learn how to identify and tap a maple tree, and then see how we boil the sap down to syrup. Enjoy delicious French toast sticks dipped in real maple syrup as the program concludes. Dress for the weather. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Maple Sugaring – Indian Springs

  • March 17, 2018
March brings warm days and freezing nights, just what is needed to encourage sap flow in maple trees. Join us to explore the history of maple sugaring! Learn how to identify and tap a maple tree, and then see how we boil the sap down to syrup. Enjoy delicious French toast sticks dipped in real maple syrup as the program concludes. Dress for the weather. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Maple Sugaring – Indian Springs

  • March 10, 2018
March brings warm days and freezing nights, just what is needed to encourage sap flow in maple trees. Join us to explore the history of maple sugaring! Learn how to identify and tap a maple tree, and then see how we boil the sap down to syrup. Enjoy delicious French toast sticks dipped in real maple syrup as the program concludes. Dress for the weather. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Homeschool Series: Dendrology

  • March 6, 2018
This day is dedicated to woody plants, because without them, life on our planet could not exist. Along with learning their structures and functions, we will also learn how to identify a variety of trees and shrubs in the field. Ages 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 11 and older. Program fee due at time of registration. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Family Nature Club: Signs of Animals

  • March 3, 2018
The Nature Club meets the first Saturday of each month to explore nature topics. This month, families will become super-sleuths on the trail, picking out animal tracks and other signs as we hike through the park. Kids will make their own animal “track-dana” to take home so they can continue to look for animal tracks after the program. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Maple Sugaring – Indian Springs

  • March 3, 2018
March brings warm days and freezing nights, just what is needed to encourage sap flow in maple trees. Join us to explore the history of maple sugaring! Learn how to identify and tap a maple tree, and then see how we boil the sap down to syrup. Enjoy delicious French toast sticks dipped in real maple syrup as the program concludes. Dress for the weather. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Girl Scout Cadettes: Tree Legacy Badge

  • February 25, 2018
This program meets the requirements for the tree legacy badge. We will explore trees by digging into the amazing science of trees, making a creative project starring trees, exploring the connection between trees and people, and learning who to help trees thrive. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Boy Scout: Sustainability Merit Badge Part II

  • February 24, 2018
Learn what it means to live sustainably. Scouts must attend both days in order to complete the badge. Led by a certified merit badge counselor. Program fee due at time of registration. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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Project WILD K-12 Workshop for Educators

  • February 24, 2018
Project WILD is a wildlife-focused conservation education program for K-12 teachers, naturalists, scout leaders, and other environmental educators. It is based on the premise that young people and educators have a vital interest in learning about our natural world. Participants will learn tools to apply to teaching their group, and receive the guide. Participants should bring a lunch and be prepared to spend some time outdoors. See projectwild.org for more details about the Project WILD program. Fee includes book and morning refreshments. Please preregister, (248) 625-7280.
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