Ready, set, cook! We'll harvest ripe vegetables from the garden, collect eggs from our chickens, and cook up tasty treats together. Learn basic kitchen skills, like chopping, mixing, and baking, and introduce lifelong
healthy eating habits as we make and taste a new recipe each week.
Child will need completed allergy/contact information form; see link within your confirmation to download the form.
Advance registration is required. Programs are designed for one child and one accompanying adult, and cannot accommodate "backpack babies." Prices are per participant (adult and child), per session. Mass Audubon family memberships must be current to receive member rates; please consider joining when you register.
Things You Should Know:
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary is a dynamic environment. Occasionally we may make programmatic changes to take advantage of new opportunities or to maintain the safety of visitors and the animals we care for.
Preregistration is required for all family programs. Don't let low enrollment ruin your program - register today! Cancellation requires a one week notice for refund.
Children should be the age indicated by the start of each program.
On the first day of each program, please check in at the Visitor Services Window at the Nature Center to find out where your class will be meeting.
Programs include time indoors and outside, and will run rain, shine, or light snow. Please come dressed comfortably for your outdoor adventures!
In programs where there is a farm to food connection, snacks from the farm may be incorporated.
Read confirmations carefully, as they often contain additional information about your program. This information may be included as a link in the Special Instructions and Directions section of your emailed confirmation.
On the first day of class, please check in at the Admissions Window to find out where your class will meet. Please note: this session will not meet on April 16th.