Join New Hampshire Audubon at Brockway Nature Preserve in Hopkinton for nature exploration with your 3-5 year old. Programs will be held on the first and third Wednesday of every month through May. Each program has an exciting theme regarding wildlife, nature, or the seasons. Programs will begin at 10 am and last about 45 minutes each.
This is an outdoor location with no bathroom facilities. Please dress children for the weather and be ready to walk on the trail, sit on logs and the ground, and dig in the dirt! Programs will be cancelled if poor weather is predicted during the program time; participants will be notified by email of cancellations. To find the meeting circle, park at the Brockway Nature Preserve parking area along Farrington Corners Road in Hopkinton, then follow the entrance trail across the bridge to the circle. For detailed directions, see here. Contact Devin Guilfoyle with any questions about the program. Maximum 10 children.
Cost: Non-resident NH Audubon members: $5/family; Non-resident non-members: $10/family; Free to Hopkinton Residents* (RSVP required below) *Thanks to an endowment from Dorothy Brockway Osborne, this program is free for Hopkinton Residents.