Wed, Apr 21|
Wild Paint Making | Arlington Explorers
The forest in in bloom, and its time to learn what makes all those amazing colors. Extract pigments from plants and use them to create natural paints.
Time & Location
Apr 21, 2021, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Jacksonville, Reddie Point, Jacksonville, FL 32277, USA
About the event
Reddie Point Preserve
4499 Yachtsman Way, Jacksonville, FL 32277
When you arrive, park in the main parking area, then follow the trail towards the pier. We will meet at the large picnic area in front of the pier. There are only portapotties at this location.
What to Expect
We will begin by going for a walk through the forest to observe the many colors. Our mini lesson will teach kids about why those colors are important to the environment. Then we will extract colors from different plants and use them to make art.
Who Is This For?
This program is appropriate for school age children through high school. (Ages 5-17) Parents are welcome to stay during the program.
What to Bring
Bugspray, water bottle, closed toed shoes for walking
If you have not done a program with us before, please print and bring a signed copy of waivers to the program. Click here to downlod waivers: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U59UkgxYtrkFB6wzTh7z5oho5lLP_VJQleSu-FeQ0Fw/edit?usp=sharing
Student Age 5-17
+$0.30 service fee
+$0.30 service fee0