Free Nature Playgroup
Free Nature Playgroup
Education Programs

Free Nature Playgroup

Exploring ostrich ferns during Free Nature Playgroup. Photo: Rae Bronenkant/Audubon Vermont
Exploring ostrich ferns during Free Nature Playgroup. Photo: Rae Bronenkant/Audubon Vermont
Education Programs

Free Nature Playgroup

Starting back up on September 28th!

Join us every Tuesday morning to get outside and explore the magic of Audubon. Our goal is to support parents and caregivers with children ages birth to 5 in getting outdoors and exploring nature. Research shows positive impacts of spending time in nature on a child's physical, cognitive, and social development. Audubon provides children and families with quality opportunities to directly experience the natural world. Our 255 acres of forest, meadow, beaver pond, rivers, and peeper pond offer the perfect space to play and interact with other families and the outdoors.

Who: Children ages birth to 5 years old. Parents and/or caregivers must accompany. Sorry, no older siblings.
When: Tuesdays from 9:30-11:00 am
Where: In the winter Playgroup will be meeting up to the education barn on 255 Sherman Hollow Road so we can have access to a warm indoor space for the winter. Come springtime we'll meet at the Kiosk in the field by our Sugarhouse on Main Road in Huntington. 

Cancellation Plan: If we need to cancel the playgroup we will post a notice on our social media by Sunday evening before Free Nature Playgroup.

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If you have any questions please reach out to ciara.fagan@audubon.org

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Exploring at Audubon's Free Nature Playgroup Photo: Rae Bronenkant/Audubon Vermont

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