Father's Day Celebration

Friday, June 15, 2018-
Sunday, June 17, 2018

Tuesday, June 12

3-5pm              Nature Center Open

5-6pm              Simon Says/Red Light, Green Light – Ages 5-14 meet at the activity center to play these fun games!

Wednesday, June 13

1-2pm              Outdoor Bowling – (Ages 5-14) Stop by the stage at the small amphitheater to go bowling!

2:30-4:30pm    Nature Center Open

Thursday, June 14

3-5pm              Nature Center Open

Friday, June 15

2-3pm              Kid’s BINGO – (Ages 5-14) Stop in the activity center for a chance to win candy and small prizes!

3:30-5:30pm    Nature Center Open

6-7pm              Lawn Darts – (Ages 15 & over) Come try your hand at outdoor lawn darts at the activity center.

Saturday, June 16

10am-12pm      Explorers of Nature: Nature Detectives - For kids ages 4 to 15 to discover nature! This week learn how to safely observe and discover the amazing animals that live in Ohio!  Earn a limited edition prize for attending three Explorers of Nature programs during the season. Pre-registration is required at www.AtwoodLakeOhio.org.  $5 per participant or $30 for all 8 sessions through August!  Meet at the Nature Center.

1-4pm               Learn to Kayak - This entry level course combines on shore and on water practice as an introduction to kayak equipment, paddling technique, and safety skills. Be prepared to get wet as you will be kayaking as part of the class. $35 per person; bring your own equipment or borrow ours. 12 years & older. Registration required at www.AtwoodLakeOhio.org.

7-10pm            DJ – DJ Donna will be at the small amphitheater to provide musical entertainment!

Sunday, June 17                                          HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!!!

9-10am            Non-Denominational Church Service – Small Amphitheater

1-3pm              Nature Center Open 

4-6pm              Father’s Day Ice Cream Social – Everyone is invited for ice cream in the activity center.

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