Little Explorers

Join Hunt Hill for a fun morning of stories, crafts, songs and nature activities geared towards 3–6 year olds!

DETAILS

Dates: Select Saturdays throughout the year.

Time: 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Free, but donations are always appreciated.

Location: Lower Level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall

Registration is not required, but strongly encouraged. Register Here

WHAT TO EXPECT

Restrooms will be available for use in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall throughout the program.

Accessibility: Parking in the lower parking lot is recommended, there is a short gravel path to the lower level door. Accessibility for the day's nature activity is subject to vary depending on the topic.

Ages: 3 to 6 year olds, but all are welcome! Guardians must stay for the duration of the program.

Brrr! The outdoors is so cold, how do the animals survive? Meet at the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall to discover hibernation! We will read a book, do some ‘hibernation yoga,’ and create a hibernation craft. Afterwards, we will be playing in the snow, so bundle up!

Let’s learn all about deer in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall! We will read a book about deer, pet a deer pelt, create a deer headband, and go outside to look for deer tracks!

Is nature one big giant mess? Let’s sort out pieces of nature together with a variety of sorting activities with nature in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall. We will then go on a scavenger hunt around campus to find items we can sort!

Join as we discover the magic of wind and its importance in nature. Meet at the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall, where we will start with a story about wind. Next, we will learn how wind helps plants spread seeds and what wind barriers are through an interactive activity! We will embark on an exciting journey to understand how invisible wind shapes our world afterwards!

Wow, reptiles! Meet Snappy in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall. We will read a book about reptiles and use hands-on discovery as we explore reptile artifacts. We will also make a special scaly craft to take home!

What better way to celebrate summer than with camping?! We will start in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall and read a book. We will then make and decorate binoculars, then go outdoors to play pretend with tents and camping materials!

Join us as we gather and create some nature art! We will start with a story in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall, and create a take home nature art project. Afterwards, we will go outside to the woods to look for and create art!

Be a part of an exciting exploration of our feathered friends, the birds! Through activities and a story, we will discover the diversity of birds, their habitats, songs, and unique abilities like flying and nesting. Let’s spread our wings in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall as we learn about these beautiful creatures!

What makes a mammal a mammal? Explore with us in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall as we uncover the marvels of these furry creatures through crafts, stories, and activities. We will discover their unique characteristics and diverse sizes, shapes, and lifestyles.

Welcome to our pine-filled adventure! Join us in the lower level of the Richard Grand Recreation Hall for hands-on fun exploring the wonders of nature’s green guardians! We will read a book about evergreen trees, get crafty with pine needle decorations, and take a short hike to discover their secrets by making our own bark rubbings!

WAYS TO REGISTER

Online

Register online by clicking the button.

Visit this page for a quick tutorial on how to register.

Phone

Call the office between 9 am & 4 pm on weekdays to register over the phone. We can take credit card payment over the phone. 

715-635-6543

In-Person

Stop by the office between 9 am & 4 pm on weekdays to register in person or mail a check.

CANCELLATION POLICY

  • Participants who cancel online or notify Hunt Hill by email or phone at least 48 hours before the program or event will receive a refund minus a 10% processing fee.* 
  • Participants can choose to receive their refund via their payment method or keep it as a credit** for a future program. 
  • Participants who cancel less than 48 hours before the program will not receive a refund or credit.
  • Participants who cancel online or notify Hunt Hill by email or phone, at least 15 days before the day of the program or event will receive a full refund minus a 10% processing fee.*
  • Participants who cancel less than 15 days will not receive a refund or credit, unless their spot can be filled by another participant. If filled, a refund will be issued minus a 10% processing fee.*
  • Participants who cancel 48 hours or less before the program will not receive a refund or credit.

Refunds will follow the same procedures as the ‘Programs Over $25/person’, except that:

  • If a participant cancels less than 15 days before the first day of Spanish Camp and the spot cannot be filled, the participant will receive a ½ refund (no additional 10% processing fee assessed).
  • If a participant has to leave during the week of camp, a refund of $50/night will be refunded.

If Hunt Hill has to cancel a program or event, all paid registrants will receive a full refund or credit.

 *There is no processing fee assessed on refunds kept as credit or when the participant paid with cash or check.

**Credits can be held until December 31 of the year the cancellation was made. After that, credit is forfeited. Hunt Hill is unable to offer refunds for credits requested and not used.