Children & Families: Nature’s Ways for Shorter Days
12:00pm — 1:15pm
As the changing landscape invites us to look at sculpture in different ways, the wild inhabitants of Storm King are preparing for the coming cold season. Join Educator Evan Miklos as we closely observe and playfully reenact some of the adaptations and behaviors that enable native plants and animals to survive the winter months.
- Program location: Meet in North Parking
- Suggested age range: all ages
- Winter programs are approximately 45 – 60 minutes and take place outdoors, so please dress warmly and wear comfortable boots/shoes. Free with admission, no registration required.
Evan Miklos is a life-long explorer of the Hudson Valley and loves nature adventures of all kinds. He has two decades of experience as an outdoor educator and has been an early childhood and science teacher at Randolph School for 13 years. He is co-creator of the Creek Scouts afterschool program, which focuses on cooperative team building, field ecology, Native American culture, and wilderness survival skills.