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Parks & Recreation will offer a number of free activities to keep families busy this winter. Open skating, hockey, and other park programs offer a little something for everyone to enjoy this December.
With 15 years of experience as an environmental educator, Faris is starting her fourth year at Tamarack Nature Center. She’s the Naturalist Teacher for the ECFE classes and works in the preschool classes as well.
Tamarack's Discovery Hosts will be on-hand on Saturday mornings with nature's most wonderful surprises! Participants can experience up-close visits with live animals, touchable artifacts, drop-in activities and outdoor explorations.Stations are open 10 a.m. - noon, and guests may come and go as they please. No registration required. Please check in at the front desk upon arrival. Location will change from week to week.
Tamarack Nature Center offers free summer programs for many age groups covering a wide variety of nature topics.
Get ready for a summer of adventure! Camps are available for ages 3 - entering 8th grade.
Winter program registration is now available at Tamarack Nature Center
Fall programming at Tamarack kicks off in September and program registration is now live!
Free, guided bird walks at Tamarack Nature Center are offered on select Saturdays in April and May.
Parks and golf courses are hiring seasonal employees; Tamarack Nature Center is hiring seasonal and permanent employees.
A preschool open house will be held at Tamarack Nature Center on January 12.
Yoga for adults begins Jan. 11. Family yoga begins Feb. 5
The Winter Recreation Rental Shack at Tamarack Nature Center will open for the season Saturday, Dec. 17. Skis and snowshoes are available in both youth and adult sizes.
Winter recreation programs are available for preschoolers, youth, families and adults.
Junior Assistant Naturalists are volunteer positions that help with summer day camp programs at Tamarack Nature Center.
Registration is now open for 2016 summer day camps at Tamarack Nature Center.