Well, folks, we are three days into this glorious week. Three programs down (2 of which were all day affairs) and 7 more to go! Yep, you heard that right, 7 more to go! In fact, just this morning, George, Priscilla, and I were teaching a great group of 1st graders about plants. What a fun way to start my day!
This weekend we have Girl Scout Day for Brownie and Junior scouts. We'll be learning all about the elements. We also have Make a Difference Day, a city-wide day of service. Folks will be coming out to help us continue winterization of our garden and remove some pesky invasive plants. And, finally, we will have a table at Headstart on Science, a program for headstart families in Fort Collins.
Looking ahead a bit, we are gearing up for Halloween Fright Night on the Trail, taking place on Friday, October 30 from 5-7pm. We're going to learn all about owls, bats, and other critters that have become popular symbols of halloween. Participants are encouraged to wear their costumes (we sure will be), and we'll be handing out candy (of course).
Okay, I feel like this blog post has been a little dry. Let's end with a joke. Why did the lichens break off their relationship? It was on the rocks.
Ah ha ha. Until next week!