Feeling the effects of nature deficit disorder? Craving the sounds, smells, textures and beauty of the natural world after the long winter? EcoWeekend is a family nature retreat like no other! This “all inclusive” weekend event is held at Camp Oty’Okwa in beautiful Hocking Hills May 5 – 7, 2017.
With more than 50 nature, conservation and ecology-minded programs to choose from, the event is held Friday evening through Sunday at noon with exclusive youth programming on Saturday for kids five-years-old through eighth grade. EcoWeekend is perfect for nature lovers ages five to 105! Registration brochures are hot off the presses. Get yours at www.ecoweekend.org or call us and we can mail you a paper version.
2017 is our 45th year! Programs cover topics such as birds, owls, monarchs, bees, bugs and snakes, with stream discovery, archery, astronomy, guided state nature preserve hikes and local town historical tours. Enhance your knowledge about geology, ancient earthworks, photography and more! Our volunteer program leaders are passionate about sharing their favorite programs with you.
Your all-inclusive registration includes five sessions of programs, plus camp-style lodging and meals from Friday evening through Sunday at very affordable rates. Programs fill up fast. The registration deadline is April 8 – register today!
Contact Maura Rawn, EcoWeekend Committee Chair, 740-653-8574, with any questions.
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