Mandie’s Nature Nook
September 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Calling all little nature explorers! Join Youth, Family, and Diversity Programs Coordinator Mandie Curtis Banks and Mari, her special caterpillar friend, for mornings full of stories, singing, dancing, and playing as we dig into nature. This in-person series is a free program for babies – PreK aged children and their caregivers. Get ready to listen like a deer, observe like an owl, and dance like a duck at Mandie’s Nature Nook!
All classes will be held outdoors if weather permits. In case of severe weather, a virtual option will be offered through Zoom. The class is free, but registration is required and limited. COVID safety protocols for physical distancing will be in place. Masks for participants over 2 years old are strongly encouraged.
Prefer to join in on the fun virtually? Mandie will be recording Nature Nook sessions that are perfect to enjoy whenever it is convenient for your family in the comfort of your home. Click on the link below to view recorded sessions of family fun! No need to register to enjoy the recordings.
Please note: The Scott Arboretum is a department of Swarthmore College and is required to uphold all College decisions regarding COVID19. All programming is subject to change based on College safety protocols. Check for latest COVID updates from Swarthmore College here.
Mandie Curtis Banks is the Youth, Family, and Diversity Programs Coordinator at the Scott Arboretum. She has had a career in the arts, education, and wellness fields for over 23 years and has taught and coordinated youth and family classes in several local schools and organizations. Mandie holds a B.A. in Theatre from West Chester University, an Elementary Education Teaching Certificate from Moravian College, and several yoga teaching certifications.