Regular Programs Return!

Unschool, Afterschool, Field Trips.... so many ways you can learn outside with Audubon this Fall and Winter

Outdoor learning opportunities continue to return to Audubon Vermont as we move into cooler months! Take a gander at the following opportunities, and please reach out if you have questions.

Unschool- Audubon Vermont's series of monthly outdoor nature-based programs focus on key science concepts, perfect for the homeschool family. Each session is for 6- 12 year-olds and with two teachers at each program, we have the flexibility to work in age-appropriate small groups or come together as one big class. 

Thursday, October 21, 2021 – Watershed Wonders 
Thursday, November 18, 2021 – Forests and Trees 
Thursday, December 16, 2021- Forts and Fires 
Thursday, February 17, 2022- Winter Wildlife and Tracking  
Thursday, March 17, 2022 - Bird-Friendly Maple Sugaring 
Thursday, April 21, 2022 – Signs of Spring
Thursday, May 19, 2022- All About Birds

Afterschool at AudubonAfterschool programs are a great way to discover the outdoors, with much less structure than traditional field trips and classes. We believe in child-led exploration and nature immersion. Join us at our Aftershcool at Audubon program on Tuesday afternoons, October 26-December 14th. 

New: Early Release Wednesdays! - Following the MMUUSD calendar, one Wednesday each month will provide an opportunity to get outside at Audubon, to explore and ramble with nature as our guide. Brewster Pierce Memorial School students can ride the bus to Audubon (arrives approx at 1:20 pm), but we welcome others to join us from 1-5pm! Come to one or all. Follow the links below to register, more dates will be added to our events page as the season progresses:

Forest Playschool- There are still open spaces in our Monday Forest Playschool, our outdoor drop-off program specifically for preschoolers! Contact Emily Kaplita if you have any questions. 

Field Trips are back on! Please contact Debbie Archer to schedule a field trip for your classroom. 

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