Workshop Leader: Taylor Ruhle, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Nature Educator
Winter has arrived on Long Island, and many animals have to adapt to survive the cold temperatures. Some animals hibernate, whereas some animals grow thick fur; come learn about how our local animals handle the harsh winter weather. Following the discussion, children will paint a winter wonderland scene and sip on hot cocoa as the cold temperatures approach. Material fee $5.
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