On March 25th, we will be partnering with Friends of the Dillon Ranger District (FDRD) to give kids, and adults, the chance to learn more about the animals that call Summit County home.
Kids will have the chance to examine animal furs, tracks, and scats, while learning about some cool adaptations that animals use to survive our harsh high alpine winters. This program is offered by FDRD and will be a fun, hands on learning experience!
Interested? Make a reservation for the 9am - 11am play session on March 25th (link here). There is no additional admission for this event, you can use your punchpass or just pay for a single, regular admission. Cameron from FDRD will be in at 10am with animal furs, craft supplies, and fun information to share with the kids! Bring home a personalized "wood cookie" as a fun souvenir!
For every child in attendance, Wild and Free will donate $1 to FDRD to support their efforts here in our community.
We hope to see lots of our friends here to learn more about the animals that call Summit County home!
Stay Wild and Free!