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For children currently in 3rd-5th grade
Let’s talk about pollinators this Spring! Join us as we explore the Outback at WWU, looking for signs of Spring and pollinator habitats including the bee hives located on the south end of the farm. In addition to planting, harvesting, cooking and eating some delicious lunches, our special focus will be on learning about the important role that bees and other pollinators play in the garden. And the buzz is that at least a few of the snacks prepared will feature honey! Our 2017-2018 Food Educator team will be leading the fun!
This event is for Camp Honey:
Signing up siblings for camp? For your first child select "1 Child" and for your second (or third, fourth, etc.!) select "1 Sibling" for the discounted price. If you have a child in a different camp during the SAME WEEK (e.g. one in Farm Camp, one in Preschool) you can select "1 Child" for one of the camps and "1 Sibling" for the other camp to still receive the discount. Sibling discount only applicable for a registration fee of an equal or lesser value.
Scholarships: We offer need-based scholarships. To apply for a scholarship click here.
Note 1: The Outback is located at WWU across from the Arboretum -- just south of the Fairhaven Residences between 25th St. and South College Way. From Bill McDonald Parkway, take 25th Street up the hill. Staff will be waiting at a trailhead on the west side of 25th Street at the intersection with Arboretum Drive. This is the only pick up and drop off location. Please do not bring your children to other places, it makes it hard to keep them safe and accounted for!
Note 2: A confirmation email with further information will be emailed to the address you provide. If you don't receive it right away please check your junk mail folder - contact us if you don't see a confirmation: firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-927-1590
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