Emily Oaks Nature Center is offering a free trail pack to
families with kids 2-5. Come use the grounds to explore shapes,
colors and textures of nature, and receive program ideas to
continue your explorations at home.
Travel the trails with a naturalist to discover sights and
sounds of the evening, and end by a campfire. Light snacks will be
Enjoy science activities with the whole family throughout the
Inspired by the museum's newest exhibition
Railroaders, hear tales of the rails and discover
adventure on the tracks. Listen to live folk music, play train
bingo, create a railroad lantern, and more. Plus a family
photobooth and trackless train rides.
Learn about spiders, insects, reptiles and plants that deserve our respect. Different stations will be set up around the museum for kids and their parents to conduct experiments, experience demonstrations and partake in discussions.
Celebrate the arrival of Isabelle, the newest Girl of the Year.
Girls learn about Isabelle, make a fun craft, and enjoy a delicious
meal. Includes an American Girl book to take home. Call for
reservations. April 11, May 3.
An opportunity for families to participate in a variety of
structured, supervised sports, games and activities in its 110,000
square foot facility. Activities include basketball, volleyball,
dodgeball, preschool tot lot, soccer, T-ball, softball and
gymnastic obstacle courses. The first 200 residents to register
receive a gift at the door.
Girls design their own sequins tee shirt and crystal
blinged-out bracelet and decorate a canvas room with stamps, paints
and sparkle jewels/rhinestones. End the night with a fun dance
Meet the big white Bunny and look for hidden eggs. Event may
also include crafts or other activities. Call the park for