AFTERNOON FARM & FOREST ADVENTURE

Afternoons spent in free play and Seasonal crafting from Nature, together

This program is designed to bring children outside, into the fields and forest. Afternoons includes a nutritious snack, nature crafts, hiking, working with wood, fibers, metal and clay.

Location: 16 Badger Farm Rd. Wilton, NH

Guides: Nicole Colvin-Griffin and Farmer Lincoln

Program Dates: Year-round, Please see Current Seasonal Session Registration Link below

Program Days: Fall Session II: Tuesday & Thursday

Program Hours: 3:15 - 5:30 p.m.

Ages: 6-14 years

Transportation: Open-aired Wagon pick-up at HMS, Pine Hill Campus

Cost: Varies according to the number of afternoons in the Session

Financial support and payment plan available upon request

 
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FALL TO WINTER
OCTOBER 27-DECEMBER 17

Gratitude - Sharing - Community

The days may be growing darker and colder but the light of the lantern in the wagon and the warmth of the kitchen tent hearth will brighten and inspire us all. Using the wool from our sheep, seeds and dried herbs from our gardens, and the light in our hearts and hands, we will create objects of beauty to gift ourselves and others this Holiday Season.

Please note: We will limit registration to (12) participants per day and your Registration reserves a space for your child. This Session will be limited to High Mowing School Students in Grades 1-8. In 2020 the 'Drop-In' option will not be available. This Program will be held outside, when possible, and indoors as the afternoons grow shorter and colder. When indoors Guides/Staff will wear face masks at all times and we kindly request that, if you child is able, he/she/they wear a mask when indoors. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or comments.

Tuesday Afternoons are at capacity as of 10/27.


Register below for Thursday Afternoon

 
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During October-December 2020 Programs we will limit registration to 10-12 participants per program day (dependent on Program), practice frequent hand washing, practice awareness with distancing and, when in enclosed spaces, we will all wear masks as it is feasible for each person. If wearing a mask is not feasible we will consider adaptations and alternatives (please see https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover-guidance.html#feasibility-adaptations).

Rosebuds & Forest Club: We will complete a brief screening (questionnaire & temperature check) of each child, at drop-off, each morning.

 

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