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Earth Day Fun
Spring 2015
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Instructor: Seattle Public Utilities Naturalist

Enjoy local musical traditions performed by Snoqualmie Valley artist, Bob Antone, and family. Connect to the past through songs about Pacific Northwest history and industry: old-time logging tunes, railroad folklore, and maybe even tales of Bigfoot and other strange creatures of the northwest woods. Celebrate through fiddle music performed on a century-old violin, and hear the ethereal sound of the musical saw. Audiences young and old will find their toes tapping with these old-time tunes.

Mother's Day
Spring 2015
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Instructor: Seattle Public Utilities Naturalists
This relaxing day for multi-generational families celebrates all the mothers in our lives, as well as in the Watershed. Enjoy tea, coffee, and snacks while strolling the grounds of the Education Center and enjoy the spectacular views of Rattlesnake Ledge. Discover fun tidbits about moms – both human and wild – that have raised their families in the Watershed.
Junior Naturalists
Spring 2015
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Instructor: Seattle Public Utilities Naturalist
Hey kids, bring an adult to explore nature! Be ready for walking and plan to use all your senses as we discover signs of animals. Each child will get a small journal. Directions to the meeting location near Rattlesnake Lake will be given upon registration.
Knee High Naturalists
Spring 2015
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Instructor: Seattle Public Utilities Naturalist
Take a morning stroll from the Center along Rattlesnake Lake with a naturalist to discover rocks, birds, plants, and things. Paced for short legs and shorter attention spans, this program will explore shapes and colors found in nature. Up to two kids may be registered per adult.
Cedar River Salmon Journey
October
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Instructor: Volunteer Naturalists
See spawning salmon at 5 sites along the Cedar River this fall! At Landsburg, learn how some salmon are allowed to enter our drinking water. This is a rare opportunity you don’t want to miss. Note: All sites are along the Cedar River in the Renton and Maple Valley area.

October Weekends, 11am-4pm
No registration required.

Wondering About Wildlife
January
Free
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Instructor: Seattle Public Utilities Naturalists
Grab your family and friends for a day of wild delight, both inside and out, at the Center. This free, hands-on event is packed with wildlife activities that will interest all ages. With so much to experience, pack a lunch and stay for the whole day.

January 2, 2015 (Friday), 10am-3pm
All ages, Free
No registration required.