OUR OTHER PROGRAMS
CAREGIVER & CHILD CLASS
This class is for children age 2-6 years old with a caregiver. Join Miss Kris at the community garden shelter for an outdoor story time followed by a hike and adventure in the Japanese Gulch. We’ll begin each class with our hello song and discuss the topic of the day. There will be stories and songs, a craft or project and a short hike to the woods to explore the theme of the day.
Mondays in the Japanese Gulch
Each session will run for 3 weeks and meet from 10:30am to 11:45am.
Cost is $40 per session.
Session 1 - March 02, 22, 29 - FULL
Session 2 - April 12, 19, 26 - FULL
Session 3 - May 3, 10, 17 - FULL
Session 4 - May 2, 31 and June 7 - FULL
Fridays at 92nd Street Park
Class meets from 10:30am to 11:30am
Cost is $13 per child for each class.
If you missed out on our Monday caregiver & child class registration, don’t worry! We have a new Friday class to offer. This class is for families that are new or not currently enrolled in our Monday caregiver & child class because we will be using the same curriculum. Classes are booked individually. This is a great way to introduce your child to Nature Together.
We are following Washington State guidelines. All adults, and any children over age 5, are required to wear a mask.
To receive information about future Caregiver-Child classes just sign up for our Registration Updates mailing list.
NATURE TOGETHER BOOK CLUB
Love to read? Be a part of Nature Together’s book club! This is an adult book club that meets occasionally. The books that we choose can be fiction or non-fiction, but will always have a nature theme.
Next Book Club:
Nature Together’s book club is back! We will be reading “Nature Obscura” by Kelly Brenner. Grab a copy at the shop!
If you want to be a part of this meet us on Sunday, May 2nd at 4pm to discuss the book. To maintain social distancing, we will meet outside on the lawn of Rosehill Community Center. Bring your own chair. We hope to see you there!
WALK IN THE WOODS WEDNESDAYS
For the safety of everyone, we will not be hosting Walk in the Woods Wednesdays this year. This has always been one of our most popular programs and usually draws a big crowd. Since we cannot control crowd size and guarantee social distancing on the narrow trails, we are playing it safe and encouraging everyone to get outside when you can.