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Greetings New England!

We have GREAT programs coming up for you … and spots are filling fast, so register right away! It’s going to be a gorgeous Autumn at the Hollow and our excited, vibrant and creative staff are gearing up for a bountiful season chock-full of wonder. Below are our brief descriptions of what emphasis each course takes. As always, don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.

Times: 9 am – 3 pm

Dates: September 15 – November 20, December potential.

Wilderness Skills
Ages: 12-17
Emphasis: Pioneer and Native American life and history, primitive skills & tools, fire making, shelter skills, survival methods, stalking and camouflage, teamwork, plants and animals, tracking. (Oh but that hardly covers it all!)

Explorers – CANCELLED
Ages 7-11.
Lots of exploring! Navigation/maps, hiking, collecting, games, identification, tracking, animal stalking, and creative learning and team initiatives. A bit of everything.

Wilderness Challenge **FULL**
Ages: 12-17
Emphasis: Physical challenges, survival skills and first aid, teamwork initiatives, navigation, wild food and water, tracking, shelters. Our more advanced outdoor adventure course.

Ages: 7-9
Emphasis: Foundational nature skills, habitats, weather, story, history, plant and animal studies, eco-games, nature projects, awareness, and more.

Pioneers **One Space Open**
Ages 9-12
Emphasis: Intermediate Nature skills and discovery; building projects, eco-games, teamwork, camouflage, tracking, awareness skills, traditions, storytelling.


Micro-Scouts *FULL*
Ages 4-6
Emphasis: Observations, eco-games, nature art, collecting and sorting, examining and inquiry, hiking, weather, story, animals and plants.

Jr. Naturalist **FULL**
Ages 7-14
Emphasis: Observational skills, botany and herbal medicine making, animal/nature symbiosis, eco-games, nature journals, field skills, tracking, birdwatching, Earth science, and some primitive skills.
Registration Forms


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