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Summer Programs at the Lloyd Center ~ for your children and teens

Looking for some fun for your children and teens this summer? Have them spend the summer outdoors at the Lloyd Center for the Environment.

Join the Lloyd Center for an exciting summer outdoors! Coastal Studies Programs for children and teens entering grades 3 through 8, and Young Naturalists Programs for children ages five through seven. In its 36th season, the Lloyd Center’s Summer Programs are designed to give motivated students an opportunity to explore different aspects of environmental science.
For your older children (grades 3 through 8), Coastal Ecology, Forests and Wetlands, Tidal Surge: The Ocean and Climate Change, Freshwater Wetlands, Wild World of Weather, and Marine Biology will be offered through the 2017 Coastal Studies Programs.

The Young Naturalist Programs at the Lloyd Center are a way for children ages five through seven to enjoy a fun-filled summer of exploration, discovery and wonder of the natural world around them. Throughout the summer, children will learn about the amazing creatures and habitats around the Lloyd Center using hands-on games, activities, crafts and trail walks. Whether looking in the sea, sky, forests or ponds, we will be sure to have an exciting day experiencing the remarkable things in the world around us. Children may participate in a half-day session or extend their fun into a full-day adventure. Each session of the summer will incorporate new activities and crafts, so feel free to sign up your child for as many programs as you like!

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