Doylestown nature center welcomes toddlers to its new program

November 29, 2016 by  

The Barn Nature Center has organized a brand new activity for young children and their families in Doylestown that will give them a chance to have fun together while they get up close and personal with nature.

Designed for toddlers to participate in with their moms and dads, the program will include everything from making animal themed crafts, to yoga and other physical activities, music instruction, singing songs, listening to stories about nature, and learning about animal care. There will even be opportunities for participants to meet some friendly wildlife ambassadors face to face.

The activities are geared for children ages one to five, and have been designed to be interesting to young and old alike. Stationery printers can produce coloring sheets and information booklets about each of the creatures with which the children interact.

The Barn Nature Center provides a sanctuary for rehomed or rescued exotic pets. It gives the public a chance to see these animals in the flesh and also learn more about the type of care they require to be healthy and happy.

The center’s Toddler Time program will begin on December 6 at 1283 Almshouse Road in Doylestown. Those who are interested in taking part are asked to visit the organization’s website, email, or call 570-249-1935 to find out further information and register ahead of time.