Reptiles to Shays’ Rebellion. Music Theory to Social History. MLK Day of Service to Nature Studies. Photography History to Racial Equality. These are just a few of the community-based learning highlights we’re featuring this week!
Peruse our list below and make plans to get out into your community and learn while you play!
Featured community highlights this week: Have you ever heard the term “scute?” This biological term refers to an external bodily “plate,” such as a turtle’s shell, crocodile skin, and bird feet. Children and their parents are invited to learn about “Scutes and Scales” at this biologically themed nature event at the Hitchcock Center on Saturday, January 14, 10am-11am. This program is part of an ongoing Saturday Science series for children and their parents to explore natural topics through scientific activities. These events will take pace on the second Saturday of the month, through June. Call ahead to reserve your spot. 413-256-6006. 845 West Street. Amherst, MA. (FREE)
Zoology ♦ Civic Engagement ♦ Teen Advisory ♦ Revolutionary War ♦ Local History ♦ Music Studies ♦ American History ♦ Civil Rights ♦ Service-Based Learning ♦ Martin Luther King, Jr. ♦ Herpetology ♦ Culture Studies ♦ Skillsharing ♦ Community Meal ♦ Social History ♦ Photography ♦ Culinary Arts ♦ Social Justice
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