Join us on the last Tuesday of each month, from September through May, for fun (and educational) hands-on learning at Blithewold! This year we will offer programs in Science, History, and Art. Each month, we will begin by collecting data for Cornell University’s Lab of Orthinology (Birds) to help scientists track changes in bird populations across the globe. Indoor and outdoor learning experiences in Science, History, and the Arts complete our curriculum, which aligns with RI, MA, and CT state standards.
Between sessions, there is plenty of time to enjoy a nice picnic or run out some energy on the Great Lawn. Check our website for more information on our monthly themes and activities.
The programs are designed for Ages 8 – 13. Adult chaperone required. Class size is limited to 15. Reservations are required.
Monthly Program Topics: September: Bird Identification October: Bird Counting November: Beeswax Wrap January: Textiles February: Family Tree March: Tea Etiquette April: Architecture May: Science of Kites