Get started recording the Great Outdoors in your own voice

Ever wanted to start Nature journaling, but weren’t sure where to start? Learn from Naturalist Renell Roebuck by registering for programs in Geauga Park District’s Nature Journaling Series, exploring a different Nature study topic each month of 2020 on a Monday morning.

October 19 will feature the fall forest at Big Creek Park, November 30 will feature woodpeckers at Claridon Woodlands, and December 28 will feature the Christmas Bird Count and our winter feathered friends at Holbrook Hollows, all including practice recording your Nature observations.

A one-time fee of $20 for Geauga County residents or $24 for out-of-county residents will cover the cost of your program materials including a journal, pen and colored pencils. Taking photos to include in your journaling is optional but another possible way to enjoy your experience.

Please note that social distancing will be practiced and face coverings will be required. Also, registration is extremely limited due to group size restrictions so don’t delay – register for one or all of these sessions by phone at 440-279-0880.

For more on Geauga Park District offerings, please call 440-286-9516 or visit Geauga Park District online via, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

Geauga News
Author: Geauga News