Whats Going On
This popular after school program for first through fourth graders begins its five week spring session on Wednesday April 9.
Outdoor play, nature discovery and projects designed to get kids outdoors in a fun and interactive way.
Siblings outside the age ranges of enrolled children will be considered.
Series fee $60 WRLF members, $75 non-members Individual session WRLF members $15, non-members $18
Pre-registration required. Registration form spring new dates
Preschool Drop-In Nature Class at Sheep Hill
The Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation is offering weekly nature classes for preschoolers at its Sheep Hill property Monday mornings from 10:00 – 11:00 AM beginning March 10.
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 lots of room for outdoor activities, and indoor facilities for getting out of the weather. The weekly classes will include nature stories, crafts, and activities focusing on nature in winter and first signs of spring. Naturalist and WRLF Director Leslie Reed-Evans will lead the class.
The cost for each session is $15 per child, $12 for WRLF members. Come to one session or all. Sign up for all four sessions and receive a $10 discount. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. The weekly hour–long classes will run through March 31. A parent or guardian must accompany each two children.
For more information contact the WRLF at email@example.com, or 458-2494.
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. www.wrlf.org.
Join the WRLF in welcoming Wintergreen to Sheep Hill to celebrate the release of their new CD “A Song of Home” on Saturday March 8 at 2 PM.
Wintergreen is a Berkshire County folk trio whose members are Alice and Larry Spatz from Lanesborough and Jared Polens from North Adams. Their music is a mix of traditional, contemporary, and original songs and tunes featuring hammered dulcimer, double bass, guitar, and mandolin, along with intricate 3-part harmonies. Their new CD is their 4th recording, and includes several songs written by Alice Spatz, as well as songs by Woody Guthrie and others, and several traditional songs and instrumental tunes.
Light refreshments and CDs for purchase available.