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Wild Winter Walks

GIRLS grades 6-8, Explore. Create. Let Loose! Mondays 1/22 - 3/4 (6) Weeks

  • Started Jan 22
  • 170 US dollars
  • North Andover

Program Description

**Financial Assistance is Always Available, Please Email. **Snowpants and Snowboots will be needed for warmth and elements **No Class on 2/19, Feb Vacation Week CLASS DATES: 1/22, 1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 2/26, 3/4 CLASS DESCRIPTION This 90 minutes ALL GIRLS program aims to increase time in nature to positively affect body and mind. Playful trail games, activities and adventures help to build creativity, self compassion, positive mindsets and confidence. Being in the woods changes the chemical make-up in our minds, naturally giving us a boost in all of these areas! This is one BIG reason why time outside is so important for teens! What unfolds each week will largely be determined by the girls' interests and ideas, as well as weather conditions. Parents receive a weekly email with the upcoming location, trail plan, and suggested clothing. Our locations around N. Andover vary weekly and may include: Half Mile Hill, Weir Hill, Rolling Ridge, Stevens Estate, Osgood Hill Trail, etc. ACTIVITIES MAY INCLUDE sledding snowmen building and painting trail games (roving hide n seek; extreme close up; scavenger hunts) building snow lanterns exploring frozen streams and icy patches building fires (potentially) outdoor cooking photography beginner winter foraging... ...once our groups meets and starts brainstorming, the list will get longer! WHEN DECIDING IF THIS PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOUR CHILD, PLEASE CONSIDER... -this is an active program - covering 1-1.5 miles per outing -we are outside for 90 mins in Jan/Feb temps and weather -warm clothing, boots and snow gear will be needed -ability to follow directions / behave cooperatively / execute self control / demonstrate KINDNESS to ALL participants are necessary for group safety (please read Code of Conduct before registering -classes will be postponed if the weather is severe

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