KELT ~ Kennebec Estuary Land Trust offers a four part series on Wednesdays, July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1, 10:00am to 11:00am, for kids 6 years old and younger with their parents or caregivers. Led by KELT educators in partnership with the Patten Free Library. Check here for locations:
Grow Garden Grow! July 11 – LOCAL Garden ~ Become a gardening expert at the LOCAL Garden! Learn what plants need to grow and put your green thumb to good use with a fun garden buddy craft.
Spiders: Silly or Scary? July 18 – Library Park ~ Decide for yourself whether spiders are more a friend or foe through a series of games and craft activities you’ll need eight legs to finish all of!
Busy, Busy Bees July 25 – LOCAL Garden ~ Pollinators are all around you! Discover the ways that pollinators lend a helping hand around the garden and try to spot some of them hard at work!
Seed Sleuths August 1 – Sewall Woods Preserve ~ Put your detective hat on and spot the differences between types of seeds! Learn all about the life cycle of a seed and where to find them in the forest with a scavenger hunt!
Directions to the LOCAL Garden in Bath: The LOCAL Garden is located at the corner of High Street and Lemont Street in Bath. From downtown, head south on High Street for ~1.8 miles. Turn left onto Lemont Street. Parking is on the left in front on the garden.
Directions to Sewall Woods Preserve: Take High Street north out of Bath. Turn left onto Whiskeag Road. Enter through stone gateposts on the right for parking, kiosk and trail guide.