The Center for Environmental Education & Discovery (CEED) is offering free fun and learning for all ages at its Summer Solstice Celebration on Friday, June 23rd from 6-9pm (rain date: 6/25 2-5pm)! Activities include: origami & flower crafts, earth science and marine & terrestrial ecology presentations, watercolor workshop, live animals, campfire, Native American storytelling by David Martine, Latin/World music by Arrizza and Peruvian flute music by Sicanni.Find out more »
CEED (Center for Environmental Education & Discovery) is having its Celebration of the Fall Equinox: when the sun crosses the celestial equator and day and night are of equal length. Entry is free and open to the public and activities are modestly priced. To celebrate the Equinox, we will have an educational presentation, vendors selling their wares, musical entertainment, a Chinese auction, face painting, live animals, crafts & activities for children, pony rides, a community art project and more! Food…Find out more »
Join The Center for Environmental Education & Discovery (CEED), as we celebrate the Fall Equinox and run our first annual bike-a-thon scavenger hunt! Big prizes for Bike-a-thon Teams who raise the most money! Please pre-register your bike team on the website today and get ready for a fun time biking and/or relaxing at the Equinox Festival! Festival Performances at CEED by the Cuomo Family Folk Band, and Taiko Tides Drumming Performance (followed by a drumming workshop for kids!). We’ll also…Find out more »
This Nature Festival celebrates the shortest day of the year and marks our journey back towards spring! Join us for a relaxing, low-key festival around the campfire. Our Winter Solstice Festival highlights wilderness survival skills, and this year we will be teaching you how to make wooden bowls using FIRE and maybe even rope out of plants! Fun for the whole family. Snacks and hot cocoa. Warm conversation. Friendly people. Take some time out of the hectic holiday season to…Find out more »
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