Fall-Winter season of Animal Tales Storytime continues on Dec. 5 and 19
The fall-winter season of Animals Tales Storytime at the Johnson County Park & Recreation District's Ernie Miller Nature Center in Olathe will conclude with programs on winter and Santa. Young children and their parents are invited to come listen and learn at either or both of the sessions on Dec. 5 and 19.
Animal Tales Storytime is for ages two to six. All children must be accompanied by an adult. This program will feature stories, songs, and surprises. All programs take place on Wednesdays beginning at 10:30 a.m. Animal Tales Storytime was one of the many programs cited when the Ernie Miller Nature Center was recognized with an Oracle Award for Organizational Service and Leadership in the South Central Region from the National Storytelling Network in 2011.
To find this program in the JCPRD’s Activities catalog and online listings, browse first under preschool and then under nature & outdoors. In the catalog and when using the website’s advanced search, look for the keyword “storytelling.”
December sessions include a Dec. 5 program with the theme “Winter is Here” and Dec. 19 session with the theme “A Visit with Santa. The cost per 30-minute session is $2 per person, including adults, payable at the event. Advance registrations are not necessary for this program.
Ernie Miller Nature Center is located at 909 N. Kansas-7 Highway, Olathe. For more information, contact the Nature Center at (913) 764-7759.
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