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"If These Rocks Could Talk"

 

"If These Rocks Could Talk"

The O'Brien County Conservation Board is looking forward to hosting guided/self-guided experiences at our parks this summer. Public programming will be taking on a new look this summer. Join the naturalist for a different kind of outdoor fun.

"If These Rocks Could Talk" is the next program in the summer series. It will be held at the Prairie Heritage Center on Thursday, August 6 from 4:00 until 6:30 p.m. This program take a look a different types of rocks from collections as well as around the center.

Meet that naturalist under the picnic shelter by the shed between these hours. The naturalist will welcome you and your group to give you an introduction and instructions. Your group must not include more than ten participants. Take-home materials will be provided, and stations will be marked along the trail for your enjoyment. If at any point, your group encounters another along the trail, please announce your presence and allow a safe passing distance.

The naturalist looks forward to helping you enjoy and explore the outdoors. Families are encouraged to attend together. Look forward to more of these types of programs during Summer 2020.

Call the Prairie Heritage Center – 712-295-7200 for more information.

 

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