Date(s) - 06/13/2020
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Edwin Warner Park, Shelter #6
TWO SESSIONS! Kick-off the summer with Harpeth Conservancy for a fun, hands-on river event! Lessons on the River is a science-based program for river lovers, families and those interested in local waterways and how we can protect them. Participate in three exciting activities. Learn about water quality testing, see some of the many river creatures, and play River Bingo for some river gear! This is a FREE event for all ages. Get outside safely and learn about our local, natural environment. Please register HERE!
This event will practice COVID19 safety protocols including social distancing of participants. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available. Harpeth Conservancy staff and volunteers will be wearing masks and will ask participants to stay at least 6 feet apart in designated areas. All materials will be provided and cleaned between uses. Given these guidelines, we are limiting the number of participants to 50 throughout the two 2-hour sessions at the river. Thank you for your understanding and for participating in this fun event!
Special Thanks to Barbara J. Mapp Foundation, 1 Mississippi, Predators Foundation, Colonial Pipeline, and Tennessee Valley Authority for providing crucial funding for our wildlife education programs.