The Williamstown Rural Lands is offering a Wednesday afternoon outdoor and nature play drop off program at its Sheep Hill headquarters in Williamstown for Kindergarten through fourth grade children, 1:45 to 4:00 p.m. beginning April 5 and running through May 3. Siblings of participants outside the age range will also be considered.
The two-hour program, led by WRLF Executive Director Leslie Reed-Evans and Williams College student assistants, will feature unstructured outdoor activities such nature exploration, and baking, stories, games, and crafts.
Sheep Hill, a conservation property and the headquarters of the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation, is the perfect place for children to experience and explore the natural world. This child-friendly conservation property offers room to roam, and indoor facilities for getting out of the weather.
The program will take place rain or shine. Students should dress for outdoor activities and spring weather conditions. Space is limited and pre-registration is suggested.
The fee for the five-week series is $85 for WRLF members and $110 for non-members. Snacks will be provided. Please ask about multi-child discounts.
The WRLF is a member-supported non-profit land conservation trust dedicated to preserving the rural New England character of Williamstown. Sheep Hill, its headquarters, is located on Route 7, approximately a mile south of the Williamstown rotary. For more information or for a downloadable registration form, visit www.wrlf.org.