Ada Township Park Participates in Connecting Families with Nature Saturday Sept 19, 2009 ~ Free Ada MI Event

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The Kent Conservation District is holding a Kick Off Event for their

Nature Passport Program. These local events will be  held at local

parks and Nature Areas this fall.  The events are to encourage

families to enjoy outdoor activities and your local park resources.

Ada Township Parks and Recreation – Invites families throughout

Kent County to come out and enjoy a family day at Ada Township

Park.  You can pick up your “Passport for Adventure”.  Check in

at the Park Shelter to register and get your “Passports” and then

you can have a range of free activities for your day at the park.

Saturday Activities include:

  • Learning Center with nature artifacts and hands on science exhibits
  • Free racquets to borrow for tennis and pickle ball
  • Nature trails through woods and prairie with interpreters
  • Paved bike paths for walking & biking
  • Free fishing poles and bait to borrow at the fish pond
  • Scavenger hunts in the Arboretum
  • Balls for playing basketball & soccer
  • Plus additional fun ideas to help you enjoy your day at the park

 

Event Information :

Location Ada Park 1180 Buttrick Ave.  Ada MI 49301

Date/Time: Sept 19, 2009  10am to 2pm

Additional Saturday Sept 19 Events are planned at these Nature Centers:

Blandford Nature Center

Calvin College Ecosystem Preserve

Howard Christensen Nature Center

Wittenbach/Wege Agri-Science and Environmental Education Center

John Ball Zoological Park

 

Kent Conservation District Link

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