On May 25th from 10:00am to 12:00pm, Woodcock Nature Center will host Pollinators’ Quest, a family friendly trail wide game. This interactive trail wide game allows you to expand your imagination, as you become the moving pieces in the challenging world of being a pollinator species. The Quest is free and open to the public with registration required.
Science teachers and game creators, Mike and Kristin Quell-Garguilo, challenge everyone, adults and children alike, to Quest their way through the world of pollination. Become a pollinator and journey through the wooded trails in an event for the whole family. The forest becomes a live action board game with people as the pollinator pieces and informational flag stops as the spaces. This unique outdoor experience is a fun positive way to hike and learn. The game lasts about 1 hour to 1 ½ hours and can be played solo or as a group.
Get your wings, antennas, and segmented body parts ready to enjoy a trail hike while learning about the trials and challenges our pollinators face daily. Free, but registration is required and time is staggered to avoid game play backup.
For more information visit www.woodcocknaturecenter.org/upcomingevents. Game promoted by Ridgefield Action Committee for the Environment “RACE”.