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Explore Park Calendar

  1. Garden Pests (all ages)

    August 8, 2020, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Explore Park

    Learn how to live in better harmony with your backyard neighbors. Insects, birds and lots of furry invaders seem to think our gardens were planted just for their dining pleasure. Instead of fighting them with insecticides, animal traps and sprays, learn how to have a healthy and safe garden for nature and people. What plants offer natural repellents? What is companion planting? Find out! Children must be accompanied by a paid registered adult. In accordance with CDC and VDH guidelines, participants should be masked, and activities will take place outside following social distancing requirements.

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  2. The Buzz on Bees (all ages)

    August 15, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Explore Park

    Where would we be without bees? We'd be hungry that's for sure! honeybees and native bees are responsible for pollinating most of the food that people and animals eat. Find out the difference between Honeybees and native bees, learn about their life cycles and why they are in danger.Learn all about these fascinating and essential insects and make a native bee house to take home. Children must be accompanied by a paid registered adult. This workshop is appropriate for families. In accordance with CDC and VDH guidelines, participants should be masked, and activities will take place outside following social distancing requirements.

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  3. Snakes (all ages)

    August 22, 2020, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Explore Park

    Snakes are cool and kind of creepy at the same time, and often get a bad rap. These reptiles are important predators and prey in the food web and deserve some understanding and respect. Find out what snakes make Explore Park home and learn to separate snake fact from fiction. Wear closed-toed shoes, wear sunscreen and bring water. This workshop is appropriate for families. In accordance with CDC and VDH guidelines, participants should be masked, and activities will take place outside following social distancing requirements.

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