Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1 – 3:30 p.m.
Grades K – 5
Whether you are standing on a fresh sheet of snow or on a frozen lake, there is a lot happening below your feet. Discover who makes the subnivian layer into their cozy and secret hideout in the winter and learn what the critters under the ice are doing to survive in the winter. You will even get to try ice fishing!
Westwood Hills Nature Center, 8300 W. Franklin Ave
$15 per child (resident) / $17 (non-resident)
Registration deadline: When program is full.