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Winter 2014 Children's Classes
All youngsters are invited to join us in the Children’s Garden this fall!
At Wing Haven we always use literature as a starting point to explore the garden and its critters. Come prepared to get your hands dirty as we explore the frog pond and plant vegetables and flowers. Along the way we may even improve the garden as wildlife habitat and make it prettier for all to enjoy!
All of our programs for youngsters are taught by Cate Wittmack. If you have questions, please call her at Wing Haven: 704/331.0664 ext. 103.
Space is limited. Please register in advance for all programs!
The Great Backyard Bird Count
with Taylor Piephoff
Thursday, February 13, 3:30-4:30pm,
Cost: $10 per adult/$5 per child
Cornell University, through their Citizen Science Program, is sponsoring a nationwide Great Backyard Bird Count and Wing Haven is joining in. Bring your whole family and come join us! Taylor Piephoff, writer on birds for the Charlotte Observer and specialist on local birds and birding will be speaking about how to do a backyard bird count. Then we’ll take a brief tour through our gardens to see what birds are spending some of their winter at Wing Haven.
Tuesday, February 25, 3:30-4:30pm,
Ages 4 and up
We will read a story about bulbs we eat and bulbs that bloom. Each child will plant a bulb to take home and watch it grow!