Junior Coyotes at Oxley Nature Center
Spend Saturday mornings in the wild woodlands of Oxley Nature Center with qualified, caring adults. Margaritte Arthrell-Knezek & Mary Seabourn will lead children in the Junior Coyote program. We will cultivate a child’s innate love of nature, their desire to learn, and bring them to the edge of their comfort & awareness. This nudges them into the place of awe, excitement, wonder & gratitude for all the gifts and lessons nature has to offer. With games, stories, naturalist challenges, songs, and long walks through the woods, children connect deeply to the earth. Through the seasons they gain experience with skills such as primitive fire-making, woodland shelter-building, map & compass navigation, wild-edible gathering & preparation, wildlife tracking, sensory awareness, and bird language. Using the Coyote mentoring curriculum we guide children to a place of awareness that leads to many teachings about the self, family, and community. This program is a collaboration between Oxley Nature Center, Under The Canopy and Roots of Wonder.
Fall Session Class Info: Class meets once a week for 2 ½ hours over 8 weeks 9:00-11:30 a.m. Ages 8-12, 12 children accepted.
Saturdays October 1st to December 3rd, following the TPS school calendar we will not meet Fall or Thanksgiving breaks.
Cost: $150 per child. Location: Oxley Nature Center 3452-3676 Mohawk Blvd. Tulsa OK 74115.
Call to Register 918-669-6644. Registration begins September 1st. Call Oxley nature Center to reserve a spot & bring checks or cash the first day.