(Joplin, MO) – This April, the Wildcat Glades Friends Group along with other partners, will be hosting a hands-on preschool connections program, kids and adult yoga, and a nature explorers’ event. Register for one today!
Yoga in Nature for Adults
April 10 | 8:30 am to 9:30 am | For ages 16+ | $10 to attend
Led by Amanda, a registered yoga teacher, this class is designed to incorporate elements of nature, breathing, and yoga poses. Bring your yoga mat or a towel and a reusable water bottle. This is a great opportunity to help anyone who might be experiencing a little angst from being cooped up during these past few months. Please sign up by following the instructions on our Facebook page. This class will be held at the Wildcat Glades Education Cottage.
Yoga in Nature for Kids
April 10 | 11:15 am | For ages 2+ accompanied by an adult | Free class sponsored by Peaceful Yoga
Led by Amanda, a registered yoga teacher, this class is designed to incorporate elements of fun, breathing, and yoga poses specifically for kids. Bring your yoga mat or a towel and a reusable water bottle. This is a great opportunity to help kids who might be experiencing a little angst from being cooped up these past few months. Please sign up by following the instructions on our Facebook page. This class will be held at the Wildcat Glades Education Cottage.
April 17 | 1:00 pm | Ages 7 to 12 | Free class
Tape measure, level, hammer. Perfect. Some of the most amazing houses are built in nature! Wildlife in our own backyard build feats of engineering with no tools, just their bare paws. Join us at the Wildcat Glades Education Cottage to learn about natures best engineers and complete an engineering project of our own.
Flowers and Butterflies
April 21 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am and April 24 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm | Ages 3 to 6 | Free event sponsored by Calvin Cassady
Butterflies need plants and plants need butterflies! Butterflies can be picky eaters just like us. Join us for a story about a girl, a park, and plants. We will decorated a pot and plant a flower so you can have butterflies visit your yard.
About The Wildcat Glades Friends Group:
The Wildcat Glades Friends Group is dedicated to protecting the area known as Wildcat Park and the surrounding chert glade environment, habitat, and wildlife by promoting awareness and sustainability, providing education and recreation space and programs, and sponsoring nature-based activities.
Robin Standridge, Executive Director
417-708-7713 or 417-629-3434, ext. 4540