Monday, March 28, 2016

Attention Teachers!

Students learn about the miracle of life cycles
on the trails of Shawnee Prairie Preserve.
Darke County Parks offers hands-on, educational field trips that immerse students in natural and cultural history. Topics range from life cycles, to geology, to frontier life and everything in between. Naturalists are ready for students to visit their facilities, or they will visit the classroom YEAR-ROUND! Spring still has a few open dates to schedule a field trip, and May Naturalist-in-the-Classroom programs are filling up fast. Specifically for 8th grade students this year, a special history program called “The Civil War” will be conducted by the Ohio Valley Civil War Association, a premier living history unit on April 29th. Morning and afternoon sessions are still available.

For more information on all of the programs offered by the Darke County Park District, call the Nature Center at (937)548-0165, and ask for a naturalist, or visit the Parks’ Programs section of the website at

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