Blue Jay Explorers!
From the sun and stars to Global Positioning Systems (GPS’s) join us as we progress through time to learn how explorers have used tools to find their way through our world. We will use these tools to become skilled in such activities as letterboxing and geocaching while we explore the wilds of Blue Jay Point County Park.
Kids Conservation Corps is an annual natural history education series for children ages 9–13, with a new theme each year. Designed for children who are being homeschooled, this program series will meet 1–3 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. *Note date difference in December*
September 6 & 20
October 4 & 18
November 1 & 15
December 6 & 13*
NOTE: We must meet a minimum enrollment of 10 participants by August 15 in order to move forward with this series.
Sessions will meet at the Blue Jay Center for Environmental Education.
All participants are expected to wear closed-toe shoes like sneakers or day hikers to each KCC session.
$64/participant covers all 8 sessions.