Fun in the Forest
Become an official "Nature Explorer" at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. Join staff from ArtisTree and a ranger from the national park on a week-long adventure through daily theme-related crafts, music, movement, and forest explorations while making new friends. Nature Explorers will use their imagination, curiosity, and their five senses to investigate and build connections to nature's wonders.
Each camper should wear a backpack that includes a bottle of water labeled with his or her name, nutritious snack, hat, sweatshirt, and rain gear (if inclement weather). Please have your camper wear sturdy closed toe shoes.
Drop-off and pick-up will take place in front of the Billings Farm and Museum Visitor's Center. For directions, click here.
To learn more about the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, visit their website.
Kathleen Dolan has an LCMHC from the State of Vermont, an MA in Art Therapy, and an MA in Fine Arts. She has worked with children for over 30 years as a care provider, counselor and in association with visual arts and music. Kathleen is a registered Music Together teacher, a research-based early childhood development program that provides the foundation for music education to infants through kindergarten-aged children. Along with several other therapists Kathleen has a counseling practice for children and adults near ArtisTree. She remains a part-time arts instructor for children and adults and continues to raise her two, now teenaged children.