July Storybook Nature Walks

Grab your strollers and wagons and join us for an early morning story walk around Scoville Park! With activities themed around shapes we can find in nature, these walks provide sensory experiences for kids and plenty of toddler-adult bonding time.

This month's theme is: Shapes

  • 7/12 – Triangles
  • 7/19 – Squares
  • 7/26 – Circles

This is an adult-tot class, and it is expected that an adult accompanies the registered child for the duration of the program. This is not a drop-off program.

Meeting Location: next to the playground, inside Scoville Park. 

Miniatures

Paint 3d printed figurines, create fantastic miniature landscapes and scenes, and unleash your creativity in a big way using little objects. Perfect for fairy garden enthusiasts, Dungeons and Dragons players, and anyone who enjoys bringing their imagination to life.

July Storybook Nature Walks

Grab your strollers and wagons and join us for an early morning story walk around Scoville Park! With activities themed around shapes we can find in nature, these walks provide sensory experiences for kids and plenty of toddler-adult bonding time.

This month's theme is: Shapes

  • 7/12 – Triangles
  • 7/19 – Squares
  • 7/26 – Circles

This is an adult-tot class, and it is expected that an adult accompanies the registered child for the duration of the program. This is not a drop-off program.

Meeting Location: next to the playground, inside Scoville Park. 

July Storybook Nature Walks

Grab your strollers and wagons and join us for an early morning story walk around Scoville Park! With activities themed around shapes we can find in nature, these walks provide sensory experiences for kids and plenty of toddler-adult bonding time.

This month's theme is: Shapes

  • 7/12 – Triangles
  • 7/19 – Squares
  • 7/26 – Circles

This is an adult-tot class, and it is expected that an adult accompanies the registered child for the duration of the program. This is not a drop-off program.

Meeting Location: next to the playground, inside Scoville Park. 

Art in Motion

In this workshop, participants create a simple sculpture around a rotary hub with stacked wooden beads and soft wire. When a direct air current is applied to metallic paper “sails” (blow on it!), the sculpture blades turn gently.