In honor of the upcoming Reynolda centennial anniversary, we are compiling some of our favorite activities from past camps and exploring the past, present, and future of Reynolda. Participants will design and build a unique succulent planter and a bee house, as well as engage in multiple science experiments, harvest and plant in the Formal Gardens, and enjoy many other exciting experiences in the greenhouses, meadow, nature trails, and woodland stream. Of course, there will be a host of interesting speakers and presentations from some of our favorite local science experts.
These one-week sessions are for children who have completed grades one through five. Young Naturalists spend the week exploring the gardens, greenhouses, woodlands, meadows, and streams of Reynolda with expert naturalists and scientists.
$135.00 per week, per child. Scholarships are available. See the RGWFU website for further information and registration. Please call the Education Office with any questions and inquiries on availability.