I realize this post is a little late, but for any parents who are still looking to sign their child(ren) up for summer camps, here are places in the Portland area with awesome nature-based programs. Be sure to contact each … Continue reading
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We had not yet visited the Leach Botanical Garden in SE Portland. A beautiful day in mid-July was perfect for it (photos).
Ladybug Nature Walks with Portland Parks & Recreation Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Garden Story and Strolls & Guided Nature Hikes (see pg. 14) at Tryon Creek State Park June 1st – Portland Children’s Museum is free from 4pm-8pm. Check … Continue reading
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From the LBG: Leach Botanical Garden-Annual Children’s Nature Fair! When: May 14, Saturday, 10am – 2pm Cost: $2/child, Adults free. Where: Where: Leach Botanical Garden Manor House Children of all ages are invited to spend a fun day exploring Leach … Continue reading