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February Break Friday EcoExpedition
February 24 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pmSee below for pricing
It is finally supposed to snow!
Let’s get outside and explore a wintery Highland Park.
Your child can get outside with Rochester Ecology Partners Friday of February Break for an EcoExpedition in Highland Park.
Last minute changes to our plans means that we are able to offer a half day EcoExpedition.
EcoExpeditions are an opportunity for your child to step outside and explore in a way that balances play with purpose. Our half day learning experiences for small groups will lead to wellness, fun, and new relationships as we use environment themed activities to explore the park, make new friends, and develop our connection to the world around us.
Who: 4th – 6th graders
Where: Frederick Douglass Community Library and Highland Park
When: February 24 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
We will do everything we can to accommodate children that would like to participate. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to accommodate your child.
Participants will need to come dressed to be outside the whole time. We have hats, gloves, snow pants and boots that can be borrowed with advance notice.
Participants should bring their own lunch. We can provide a lunch option if necessary.
Pick up and drop off will happen at the Frederick Douglass Library community room.
If an earlier drop off or later pick up would help please let us know and we will do what we can, potentially in collaboration with the R Center.
Participation is offered on a sliding scale. Please select a contribution that matches your budget and supports the sustainability of our organization.
Register here and we will reach out to you to confirm and make sure your questions are answered.
All participants will be required to sign a permission slip and liability waiver at drop-off.
About Rochester Ecology Partners
Rochester Ecology Partners serves people in Greater Rochester through nature based experiential learning and activities that cultivate community connectedness. We believe that integrated and innovative approaches to helping people find nature where they live, work, and play can improve our community’s capacity to co-create a bright and hopeful future.