Kalamazoo Nature Center Summer Reading Program 2018
Choose one of these exciting programs!
Rhythm in the Blue
It’s the concert opportunity you’ve been waiting for! Go back stage in the wetlands to listen for rhythm in nature, learn about some wild musicians, and recognize the way the songs change with the seasons. Join KNC to sing with birds, make music like a cricket, and become a member of an amphibian orchestra. The program will end with the opportunity to meet one of nature’s musicians in person.
Once Upon a Raptor
What’s in your story? Maybe your family, your home, what you like to eat? How is your story different from a Michigan raptors? Maybe not so different! During this one-hour Birds of Prey special, KNC's educators will take the audience into the lives and habits of four unique birds. Appropriate for classrooms, community groups and auditorium assemblies. Program includes touchable artifacts and our different species of live raptors!
Communities are all around us. Just like our schools and cities, natural communities work together to be successful. In this one hour program, we’ll explore the jobs, tools, and talents of many of our wildlife neighbors, as well as our own place in nature’s community. Appropriate for groups of any size and recommended for 3rd grade and up. This program will focus on different animals roles within their communities and we’ll meet up with three of our wildlife neighbors along the way.
Program Fees: $250 per library, school or community group less than 250 people. Travel fees apply for locations more than 25 miles round trip from the Kalamazoo Nature Center. Discounts for multiple programs and locations are available.
Call 269-381-1574 x 24 or email Register@NatureCenter.org for more information on this exciting program!