The activities below are free and sponsored by the Wuksachi Lodge.
EARTH HOUR PROGRAM
7:30pm - March 23
Earth Hour is an international event organized by the World Wildlife Fund. It is meant to inspire people to turn off non-essential lights for one hour to raise awareness about the need to take action on climate change. Join us before the Hour to build a light bulb and learn how Edison's bulb changed the world.
12:00pm Lodgepole Market
6:00pm Wuksachi Lodge
Earth Day is a day to work together to take care of and learn more about Mother Earth. Using simple tools and fun games, families will work together to unravel mysteries of the earth and ways that each of us can be stewards of our planet.
July 1 & 15 - times posted at the Wuksachi Lodge
Under starry Sequoia skies we'll have the campfire blazing and the stories and entertainment in full swing. Bring marshmallows to roast while we tell stories about the people, animals and plants that make Sequoia famous around the world.
CLOVER CREEK CRITTERS
July 9 & 23 - times posted at the Wuksachi Lodge
Kids and adults are invited to take a short walk to Clover Creek for a hands-on discovery of local insects and fish. You will learn some of the funny and interesting adaptations they have made to survive and thrive in water. Ages 5 and older.
October 25 - times to be posted at the Wuksachi Lodge
Did you know the first jack-o-lantern was actually carved out of a turnip by the Irish? Hear this and other seasonal stories while making your own jack-o-lantern in this Halloween themed program at the Wuksachi Lodge.