Elements Camps. Monday: June 13th & 27th and July 18th and 25th
Meets from 9:00-11:30 a.m.
3rd-6th grade. The ancient Greeks believed that there were four elements that everything was made up of: earth, water, air and fire. This summer we’ll explore, through hands-on activities, these four elements. This camp is spread out throughout the summer. It meets on four Mondays in June and July. June 13th will highlight fire; June 27th-Earth; July 18th - Air and July 25th-Water. Fee is $10 per session for $35 for all four.
Tues., July 19th - Thurs., July 21st
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
1st & 2nd graders. Tadpole camp celebrates everything that’s fun about the outdoors: walking on logs, searching for frogs and toads, exploring a stream, climbing grape vines! Each of the three days will involve exploration and hands-on activities. Meets at Jefferson County Park nature center. Fee: $30 ($15.00 if parent accompanies their child each day).
Tues., July 26 & Wednesday, July 27
4 & 5 year olds. Hands-on nature exploration. Plans are to get dirty, wet and muddy! Parent/Adult must accompany child. Limit: 12 children. Fee: $5.00.
Need more info? Call Therese at 472-4421, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy Your County Parks This Summer! Did you know that every county in Iowa (99) has a county conservation board? The Iowa County Conservation system was established in 1955. Since that time, over 1,832 county conservation areas, encompassing over 193,624 acres have been established. 24 million park users spending 851.5 million dollars visit Iowa’s county parks each year.