September Programs at the Audubon Conservation Education Center

Yes, it's back to school time, but the outdoor fun does not need to end!  The Audubon Conservation Education Center is offering after school, weekend, and home-school programs throughout September.  Here's a list of the upcoming events.  Share, and enjoy!

September 1 Registration opens for the Audubon Center’s Adventures in Nature Afterschool and school break Camps, Hands-on Home School Science classes, and Nature Nuts Pre-school program. Classes begin the weeks of September 12th &19th. For more info, visit www.mtacec.org. Call 294-5099 to register.

September 12 Hands-on Home School Science classes begin at the Audubon Center. Mondays morning program (9 – 10:30 AM) will run for ten weeks; you may attend one class ($10 per child) or sign up for the whole series ($80 per child). Visit our website (www.mtacec.org) or call 294-5099 for more information.


September 19 Nature Nuts Preschool (Mondays 11 – 12 AM) and Adventures in Nature Afterschool classes (days/times vary) begin at the Audubon Center this week. Classes run for 8 weeks; prices vary by class. Visit our website (www.mtacec.org) or call 294-5099 for more information.


September 17 Adult Workshop on Native Plants, 9:30 – 11:30 AM at the Audubon Center. Program will be led by Dr. Jennifer Lyman, professor of Environmental Science at Rocky Mtn College. Participants will learn about native plants and their uses during this hands-on, outdoor presentation. Call 294 – 5099 to register. Fee is $10 per participant.

September 23 Nature Night at the Audubon Center! Drop your child off for an evening of outdoor adventures with our Teacher Naturalists. Program is open to 1st– 6th grade students, and runs from 6 – 8 PM. Fee is $10 per child. Call 294 – 5099 to register.


September 25 Free Weekend Wonders family program from 1:30 – 3 at the Audubon Center. Learn about insects and spiders while you capture and examine them in the field. Open to all ages; Call 294-5099 to register.


September 27 Free evening lecture from 7 – 8 PM at the Audubon Center with Bob Greene, General Manager for Sustainable Development and External Relations with Cloud Peak Energy. Mr. Greene will speak about Cloud Peak Energy’s ecological approach to post-mining land reclamation.  No registration required.