This is how we do rain days at Gray Fox

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Photo taken by Mike Weems

Tracking the State Botanical Gardens with Richard Cleveland.


Photo taken by Ann Turner

The coyotes are preparing their sites for their solo fire sit journey…. They will build and tend their individual fires from sundown to sun up.

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Year of the Snake – learning archery with Tommy Tye (aka as Teddy Bear) and Dana Skelton!

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Felting hearts at Gray Fox  just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Photo Credit: Mike Weems









Photo credit: Ann Turner

Laughing Yoga after the Shelter Weekend

Hello Friends!

The earth has begun to stir, daffodils in some places are already blooming and others have broken through the leaf litter as they reach for the sun! Daffodils are one of the first reminders that Spring and SUMMER are on the horizon! And in full celebration of that we are opening our registration for the following programs:

Forest Caterpillars: Ages 4 to 6
Wild Play Basic Camp: Ages 7 to 12
Wild Play Advanced Camp: Ages 10 to 13

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Friends!  It’s almost Spring!

We are almost at the darkest point of the year and before we know it the sunlight and warmth will begin to return!The earth and all its creatures will begin to stir. AND… right before our eyes Spring will be here in all of its glorious splendor! To celebrate the coming of Spring we are offering our Spring Alive Camp!

Enrollment is limited, so sign up NOW!