CALLING ALL YOUNG NATURE NERDS:
The Natural History Society of Maryland is so excited to be hosting for the first time, nature troubadour, Christina Ayala!
Join Stina for an afternoon of fun songs about wetlands, meadows, and forests (Oh My!). Come ready to groove and sing along! This event is perfect for families and especially our younger audiences.
Location: Natural History Society of Maryland 6908 Belair Road
Cost: NHSM Member Price: $5 per person / Non-Member Price: $7 per person
Note: “Member” refers to being a member of the Natural History Society of Maryland NOT a member of the Natural History Society’s Meetup page. We hope you consider becoming a member of NHSM, please visit our webpage at www.marylandnature.org to learn more.
You can pay in person by cash or check, or online at http://marylandnature.org/events/
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As always this time of year, snow is a possibility! Please check back on Meetup or our Facebook page in the case of cancellation or postponement if snow is a possibility. We will try to make the call the day before at the latest.
Who is Stina you may ask?:
Stina (Christina) Ayala is an environmental educator and performing artist living in southern Maryland. She grew up in the beautiful state of Alaska where she first connected to the natural world through endless hours of outdoor play in “the last frontier”. Surrounded by Alaskan Native storytelling, song, and dance, she studied folklore and performing arts at UCLA where she graduated with a B.A. from the Department of World Arts and Cultures. Check out her website for more information! http://www.naturetroubadour.com
The Natural History Society of Maryland is a mostly volunteer-led organization and all fees will go directly to support the programs, the nature collections, and the building that make this kind of nature education possible. Donate or become a member of the Natural History Society of Maryland by visiting www.marylandnature.org. We appreciate your support!