Date
Sunday, February 27, 10-11:30am
Location
Arnold Arboretum
125 Arborway
Boston
MA
02130
Instructor
Evan Haller
Occurrence
One time event
Ages
For families with children 0-8 yrs
Cost
$10

Take an enchanted winter walk in the Arnold Arboretum and learn about how animals survive winter through migration, hibernation and adaptation, while singing some fun animal songs with children's musician and song leader Evan Haller. We will use compasses to learn how birds migrate, go on a winter scavenger hunt, explore how some animals change their appearance in the colder months and enjoy a specially themed snack. We may even be able to spot "Screechie," the Arboretum's Eastern Screech owl, out looking for the warmth of the winter sun.

No cost, but pre-registration is required.

For more information contact pjlibrary@jccgb.org. In case of inclement weather, check the PJ Library in Greater Boston Facebook page for rain/snow date information

All participants should follow the following protocols: Masks are not required in outdoor spaces. The JCC Greater Boston code of conduct still requires that you stay home if you are feeling unwell and/or have been exposed to COVID-19 and are not vaccinated. Regardless of your vaccination status if you prefer to wear a mask, you are welcome to do so!