Outings Under $20: ‘Mother Nature’ meets and reads to kids at Hobbs State Park

Hobbs State Park

Mother Nature herself has become a frequent visitor to the Hobbs State Park Conservation Area in Rogers.  She visits the park every second Saturday of the month and reads nature stories to her little followers.

The next event is this Saturday (July 9th) and all the story times begin at 10:30 a.m.

Stories are followed by “hands-on” nature-craft activities and everything is free.  Children of all ages are welcome, however most stories target children 3-6 year’s old.

  • July 9      “Buggy About Bugs”
  • Aug. 13   “Itsy Bitsy Spider”
  • Sept. 10   “Let’s Be Nature Detectives”
  • Oct. 8      “Three Cheers for Trees”

You can meet Mother Nature in the lobby of the Hobbs State Park Conservation Area visitor center, which is on Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/War Eagle Road intersection.

For more information call 479-789-5000 or click here.

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