Date: Saturday, February 3, 2018
Time: 10:00am-11:30am, museum open following the program until 4pm.
Ages: All ages
Cost: By donation
Location: The Nature Museum
Winter is a harsh season here in northern New England. Sub-zero temperatures, heavy snow, strong winds, and freezing rain are just a few tough conditions that can be experienced during the winter months. As harsh as the season can be, there’s a lot to respect and appreciate about it. Many enjoyable things like skiing, snowboarding, sledding, ice skating, and snowshoeing would not be possible without the cold, snow, and ice of winter. So what’s the science behind it all? Why are snowflakes all different? What causes big snowstorms? Why are only the tops of the mountains white sometimes? Come learn the answers to these questions and present your own winter queries! Bring your sleds to zoom down our hill and also explore the winter landscape by snowshoe. There will be some hot beverages provided to enjoy and warm yourself up!
About Kindred Spirits
This monthly Saturday program series is designed to build a greater understanding between all creatures of the Earth by exploring the mysteries of nature. By offering a shared experience that draws families together, participants will develop a stronger kinship with our Earth and each other. Programs will take place rain or shine, with hands-on activities both indoors and out.