Wednesday, November 16, 2011

THANKSGIVING CRAFT


CORN HUSK DOLLS

Come learn to make a classic Native American toy that can be used as a Thanksgiving decoration. Learn to make a corn husk doll. While we wait for the husks to soften, we will learn about the corn snake that lives at the nature center.

Why is it called a corn snake? Does it eat corn? After a brief animal program, children will learn how to make corn husk dolls. Who knew you could recycle your corn husks and turn them into a cute toy?


8-14yrs/1 day/$12     Catoctin Creek Park    13495   Saturday 11/19/2011  12:00PM - 1:30PM


For More Information on our upcoming nature programs please visit the following link:
Nature Rocks Flyer which will direct you to a list our upcoming programs.


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