Multiple Days: 06/14/2013, 06/28/2013, 06/19/2013, 06/20/2013, 06/22/2013, 07/03/2013Location: Various locations; review details Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM,10:00 AM to 11:00 AM,10:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee Information: Free
June 14th & June 28th - "Mr. Morton's Animal Show"
Mr. Richard Morton, wildlife biologist with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, will display a combination of living animals and animal hides. He will explain to kids what animals are native to the southeast, what to do if you come across a wild animal, and teach children how to respect nature and the roles these animals play in the ecosystem.
June 19th - "All About Animal Tracks"
This program explores the prints our animal friends leave behind as they travel about the woods. Kids will be able to identify the tracks of animals common to the Cobb county area and even make their own track molds to take home.
June 20th - "Native American Nature Hike"
A guided hike will discuss with children what plants and animals the Cherokee people used in their daily lives, pointing these plants out along the hike. After the hike, children will have a chance to create a Native American craft to take home with them.
June 22nd - "LP & CL Model Railroad Display"
Chris Haon will present to children a display of G scale model railroad from his of the LP & CL Railroad collection. This is a great opportunity to introduce children to the hobby of model railroading and learn more about how the history of Kennesaw Mountain was influenced by the closeness of railroad lines. This program encourages questions and interaction!
July 3rd - "You Can't See Me! A Camouflage Activity"
Children will be introduced to the ways animals hide themselves from humans and other predators. An interactive activity will have the children become the "hidden," helping them understand that the way animals look, move, and behave are all an attempt to stay alive and safe.