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495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin, CT 06235

Windham County Connecticut

 Phone: (860) 455-0073

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James L. Goodwin Conservation Center - Nature Crafts Paper Snowflakes

Jan 31, 2016 -

James L. Goodwin Conservation Center

Nature Crafts

Paper Snowflakes

Sunday, January 31st

1:00pm-3:00pm

If the snow won’t fall for us, we will make our own snow! Join us for an afternoon of crafting and learn how to make paper snowflakes! Every snowflake is different and you can experiment with how to make very simple or very intricate designs during this program!

 For both children and adults alike! If you would like, you could bring an exacto-knife and cutting mat for more intricate designs, but scissors and all other materials will be provided! 

Recommended for children 7 and up.

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Pre-registration is requested but not required.  For more information or to register please contact Emma Lorusso at emma.lorusso@ct.gov or call 860-455-9534.

 

For the most up-to date information on weather cancelations, please visit our website at www.friendsofgoodwinforest.org.

DIRECTIONS: The Center is located off of Route 6 at 23 Potter Road in Hampton, CT. From the intersection of Routes 6 and 198 in Chaplin, go east 3.1 miles on Route 6 and take a left onto Potter Road. From the intersection of Routes 6 and 97 in Hampton, go west 1.4 miles and take a right onto Potter Road.

The Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center and the Goodwin State Forest were gifts to the people of Connecticut from James L. Goodwin, one of Connecticut's first professional foresters. Together the Center and Forest include 2,000 acres of forests and habitats, 14 miles of hiking and multi-purpose trails, 3 large ponds and a nature museum. The Center is managed jointly by the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection and The Connecticut Forest & Park Association, Inc.