ERIE COUNTY, N.Y. — The Penn Dixie Fossil Park and Nature Reserve in Erie County is introducing a series of new programs this fall, which will give students and their families the opportunity to explore the outdoors while socially distancing.
The series of programs is called "Self-Guided Science," and will be taking place every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting September 16 through October 14.
Each week participants will be able to learn about different aspects of our region by selecting a different self-guided "ed-dventure." Penn Dixie staff and volunteers will also be available on-site to answer questions.
“With the shift to distance learning for many students, we hope to provide a fun, engaging, and outdoor educational experience for families,” says Director of Education Dr. Holly Schreiber.
The programs are open to K-12 students and their parents and guardians.
The following ed-ventures are available:
- Flora & Fauna – On the Trails
- Ocean Environments
- Bugs: Past & Present
- Penn Dixie Habitats
- Animal Clues: Tracks & Scat
Tuition is $7 for one child or $10 for two or more children. Parents and guardians are included with student admission. Registration is not required.
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