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Fit family: On the calendar

11:25 AM, May 23, 2013  |  Comments
Mosquito Hill Nature Center in New London is offering summer ecology classes for children.
Mosquito Hill Nature Center in New London is offering summer ecology classes for children.
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June 2

Neenah Summer Fun Runs begin for Fox Valley runners ages 14 and under. Runs start near the Memorial Park Appleblossom Street shelter at 7 p.m. Ribbons to all runners and snacks are sponsor donated. For more information and to register visit www.neenahfunrun.com. Other run dates are June 16 and 30 and July 14 and 28.

SAVE THE DATE

Registration is now open for Summer Ecology classes for children at Mosquito Hill Nature Center. Six four-day sessions have been designed to delight and educate students in nature's outdoor classroom. Through explorations, crafts, games and interpretive nature walks, children gain knowledge and appreciation of the natural world and a greater sense of self-confidence.

Two classes especially for 4- and 5-year-olds are scheduled in June. Snakes and Turtles and Frogs and Toads will be held June 18-21 and Creatures Small & Furry is scheduled June 25-28. Both classes run from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost is $50 per child or $45 for members of Friends of Mosquito Hill.

Children in kindergarten, first and second grades will enjoy Make It Wild, scheduled July 9-12 and Critter Capers from July 16-19. NSI: Nature Scene Investigation from July 23-26 and Amazing Animal Antics from July 30-Aug. 2 are planned for third-, fourth- and fifth-graders. These four classes run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost is $60 per child or $55 for FOMH members.

For registration information, call 920-779-6433 or email mary.swifka@outagamie.org. A registration form may also be found at www.mosquitohill.com. Mosquito Hill Nature Center is located two miles east of New London off County Highway S at the end of Rogers Road.

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