Get your little ones outdoors to discover the exciting nature right in our own backyard. Kids are encouraged to explore, discover, and ask questions to help grow their knowledge of nature. This free program is designed for families with elementary-aged children, but older and younger siblings are also welcome. Texas Master Naturalist volunteers will lead the themed programs held at 10:00 AM at Crescent Bend Nature Park (select events held at the Schertz Public Library).
Upcoming 2019 dates and topics are:
May 11: Discover What's Swimming - Capture tiny critters in Cibolo Creek with dip-nets.
June 8: Discover A Bug's World - Our world would be different without bugs. (Indoors at the Schertz Public Library, 798 Schertz Parkway)
July 13: Discover Early Texans - A typical day in the life of Tonkawa child. (Indoors at the Schertz Public Library, 798 Schertz Parkway)
September 14: Discover Clues and Traces - See how animals use camouflage to hide.
October 12: Discover Rocks; Senses and Sediments - Use 5 senses on earth's building blocks.
November 9: Discover the Forest - Explore how each living thing plays a role in a forest.
Pre-registration is required. Contact the Schertz Parks & Recreation Office at (210) 619-1850 to secure your spot.