Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust | Kids Out and About Fairfield County, CT

Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust

Address: 
5 Church Hill Road
Woodbury , CT , 06798
Phone: (203) 263-3711
41° 36' 0" N, 73° 12' 23.5476" W
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Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust acquires, preserves, and manages land; and uses the land to promote the understanding and appreciation of nature, art, and the environment.
Arts: Visual, Exercise & Health, Hiking, Hands-on, Arts and Crafts, Nature/Outdoors

Location:

5 Church Hill Road
Woodbury, CT, 06798
United States

Phone:

(203) 263-3711

Martin Luther King Vacation Fun Day! at Flanders

Dates: 
01/18/2021
Time: 
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM or 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM or ALL DAY 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Location:

5 Church Hill Road
Woodbury, CT, 06798
United States

Phone:

(203) 263-3711

Maple Sugaring Tapping Day

Dates: 
01/30/2021
Time: 
9:30AM

Location:

Whittemore Parking Lot
Rt. 64 Sherman Hill
Woodbury, CT, 06798
United States

Phone:

(203) 263-3711

Whittemore Sanctuary Winter Bog Hike

Dates: 
01/30/2021
Time: 
10 am

Location:

5 Church Hill Road
Woodbury, CT, 06798
United States

Phone:

(203) 263-3711

“Off From School” Adventure Days at Flanders

Dates: 
02/15/2021
02/16/2021
Time: 
8:30 am – 12:30 pm, or 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm or All Day

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Flanders Outdoor Fall Program- Flanders Nature Center
PUBLISHED

Let Flanders campus become your child’s outdoor classroom during schools Covid 19 modified schedules this Fall.  Flanders 200 acre Van Vleck Farm with meadows, forest, pond, brooks and animals creates unique, hands on learning opportunity that brings biology and natural science curriculum to life.  Weekly themes offer a chance for in depth field studies and investigations to discover diversity of life in natural habitats.  Our daily hikes exploring the trails are a chance for kids to experience the wonder and interdependence of all living things.  Multicultural storytelling, art, poetry and creative writing are all part of our busy schedule.  Starting September 8 thru December 18, Flanders Outdoor Program experiences will connect our community’s children to worldwide environmental issues as they find their role as the next generation of outdoor enthusiasts and environmental stewards. Flanders will also provide students supervised time, space and connectivity to accomplish online learning.  Devices to be supplied by student.

Academic - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
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