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Wild Winter Walks

Outdoor Adventures for GIRLS ~ Grades 3-5 Mondays, 3:45-5pm

  • Started Jan 23
  • 165 US dollars
  • North Andover

Program Description

**Financial Assistance is Always Available, Please Email. **The Important Thing Is To get Our Girls Outside and Feeling Good! **No Class on 2/20, Feb Vacation Week Wild Winter Walks will have your daughter outside exploring, crafting, climbing, cooking, and collecting for 75mins every week! Each playful outing aims to embrace the treasures of winter, and each adventure helps to build creativity, self-confidence and self compassion. Mondays - 6 Week Session Jan, 23 - Mar 6 3:45-5pm What unfolds each week is largely determined by the girls' interests, ideas and curiosities, as well as weather conditions. Parents receive an email with the week's upcoming location, trail plan, and the suggested clothing. Please note that snowgear will be recommended - ie boots and snow pants. ACTIVITIES MAY INCLUDE Sledding Building Forts/Snow Forts Making ice sculptures Painting Snow Vine Swinging Exploring frozen streams or frozen Lake Cochichewick (only if SAFE) Making Snow Candy or Snow Cones Scavenger Hunts Trails Games Our locations will vary weekly around North Andover and may include: Half Mile Hill, Weir Hill, Rolling Ridge, Stevens Estate, and Osgood Hill Trail. Classes will be postponed due to severe weather and added on to the end of our schedule. PLEASE CONSIDER BEFORE BOOKING: *this is an active program *ability to walk 1 mile is necessary *kids are outside for 75min in late fall weather - cold/damp/snow! *ability to FOLLOW DIRECTIONS / BEHAVE cooperatively & KINDLY / execute SELF CONTROL are necessary for group safety *Please read the Code of Conduct expectations on the Policy Page before registering *Any child not able to meet behavior expectations will be asked to forfeit the program without refund COVID SAFETY Parents must monitor their children before the start of each program for COVID-19 symptoms and should not send their child to programming if they have symptoms.

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