Toddler Nature Program at Nahant Marsh


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Posted Online: Feb. 04, 2013, 1:53 pm
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Press release submitted by Nahant Marsh Education Center




Davenport, IA, February 5 - Another round of Toddler Tales is underway at Nahant Marsh. Each program includes a nature-themed story, a craft, and an outdoor adventure. It is a great way for you and your child to learn about nature and enjoy the outdoors. This program is designed for children 3-5 years old with an accompanying adult. Toddler Tales are held at 10:00-11:00 a.m. and 2:00-3:00 p.m. at the Nahant Marsh Education Center. Cost is $3 per child. For more information or to register please email as at nahantmarsh@eicc.edu or call (563)323-5196.

















 



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