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Suitable for ages 4-7 with one free accompanying adult 

Are you looking for ways to increase your child’s awareness of the natural world? Miss Louisa will be sharing two stories about bats, followed by a bat puppet craft. Join her on the patio at Lachford Hall for some interactive fun.

Story one: Winter is coming, and Bat needs to find a home. He finds a perfect place, but there’s a problem. Where Bat wants to live is already occupied by a not so very friendly squirrel. A series of misunderstandings do not help the situation. Will Bat be left out in the cold?

Story two: Amara loves bats. She loves learning about them, and she especially loves watching them fly near her house. Amara is distraught when she and her family move to a new house, and there aren’t any bats. What’s a bat-loving girl to do?

Find out what happens in these two stories about bats and make your own bat puppet! There are two sessions available – 10:00 and 11:30 am.

This program is for children ages 4-7 with one supervising adult. Check-in at the Visitor Center and meet us on the patio of Lachford Hall. This is an outdoor activity, so please dress accordingly.

Fee is for child only. Children must be accompanied by an adult (max two children per adult, please)

Members: $8 per child (sign-in for discount); Non-members: $12 per child (fee includes admission for the day for participating child and adult)




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