Trumbull Nature and Arts Center has two upcoming programs
The Trumbull Nature and Arts Center (TNAC), located at 7115 Main St., Rt. 25, is offering the following programs. Space is limited. Register online at patronsoftnac.com.
Endangered Species in Your Backyard — National Endangered Species Day takes place in May and to celebrate, the Trumbull Nature and Arts Center will be hosting a free event, at the Trumbull Library on Saturday, May 18, from 1-4 p.m., to learn about our "Catch a Cottontail" campaign and enjoy a presentation and live animal show by Animal Show on the Go, children's activities, "Save Our Species" coloring book, and plant giveaway. Refreshments will be served. Visit patronsoftnac.com to register educational event for the whole family.
Green Thumb Ambassadors — Children ages 7 and up will learn the joy of “Growing your own food,” with Richard Moore of Moorefield Herb Farm. At the Trumbull Community Gardens, participants will plant a garden, care for it, watch it grow, and consume the fruits of their labor. Includes a visit to the farm one week.
Tuesdays, May 21-June 25, 4-5 p.m.
Cost: $40/family (15 children max.) 7+ with caregiver.