School's Out, Nature's In

Spring Break 

April 5th-8th, M-Th (Wilton break)

April 12th-15th, M-Th (Ridgefield break)

Spring Break Enrichment

School's out, but the woods are open! Children will explore vernal pools, search for amphibians, stomp in the mud, and scoop in the swamp! Each day will include exploration, hands-on activities, animal presentations, and crafts. 

This program is entirely outdoors. Groups go out in the drizzle and rain. Please dress your child appropriately and send them with a change of clothes and extra rain gear. Each group will have a sheltered Home Base with patio heaters and a fire on cold days, but two sides will be open to the elements for ventilation. Review our policies before registering. 

What to Bring:

-NUT-FREE snack and lunch
-refillable water bottle

-Dress for the weather with rain gear (rain coat, boots, change of clothes)

-FULL change of clothes (including socks, underwear and extra shoes in case they get wet)

Register for any or all days

April 5th-8th, M-Th (Wilton break)

April 12th-15th, M-Th (Ridgefield break)

K-2nd Grade

10 Kids max.

9am - 3pm, $80 per day

3rd-5th Grade

10 Kids max.

9am - 3pm, $80 per day

*Registration fees are required and not refundable. Registration for each day ends at 1pm the business day prior.*

*If your child has an allergy that requires an Epi pen or other medication that may need to be administered at Woodcock, a health form and administration of medication approval form will be required. 

You will be re-directed to our partner site, Sports Connect A $3 per transaction fee will apply. 

Nature is for everyone! If your family is experiencing financial need, please complete our scholarship application here and/or contact us at wnc@woodcocknaturecenter.org.

Woodcock Nature Center

56 Deer Run Road, Wilton, CT 06897

P (203) 762-7280

F (203) 834-0062

wnc@woodcocknaturecenter.org

Our mission is to connect people to the habitats, plants and animals of Southwestern CT through programs that build awareness, nurture understanding, and advance conservation. 

© Woodcock Nature Center 2019