Wildkin Pop-Up Forest Adventure

Saturday, April 14, 2018
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Parents and children up to age 12 are invited to spend a morning in nature, getting off-trail, encountering native wilds and engaging in inquiry-based explorations at this event that encourages taking kids into the wild spaces of their local parks. Wildkin is a Forest School pop-up event, sponsored by Raintree School, the only Forest School in Missouri, located in Town and Country. Forest School practitioners Jennifer Thrasher and Sarah Wilson will lead parents and children as they discovers the endless capacity children have to learn deeply and purposefully in the forest. All are welcome. Learn more about Raintree School at raintreeschool.org

9 to 11 a.m. in Queeny Park in Ballwin. Follow the signs to find the group. Free. 

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