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In this workshop we will explore the wondrous beauty of the snowflake crystal, and the unique geometric form it takes as it travels down onto our landscapes. In contrast, we’ll learn how another crystal – the salt crystal – which is applied on roads to melt snow and ice, impacts our land and waterway habitats. We’ll work with watercolor paints and table salt to create a crystallizing textured effect, and learn what people are doing differently to minimize over-salting our natural environments.
FREE AND FOR ALL AGES. Recommended for children 4+ with parents/caregiver. Wear layers for the variable weather, sturdy footwear, and bring a water bottle and snack/lunch. Clothing should be appropriate for nature exploration and studio art (ie: clothing/shoes/outerwear that may get wet, dirty or stained).
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Snow Date: Sunday, December 15, 2019
11:00am – 1:00pm
Fort Lee Historic Park, Hudson Terrace, Fort Lee, NJ 07024
For a map with directions, click here. Please note that there is a small parking fee at this park.
To Register: Registration for this program is closed. To find out about a waiting list, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.