The Whitehouse Nature Center hosts monthly programs that are open to the general public, ranging from Nature Tots for 3-5 year olds to summer adventure camps for elementary school students to adult conservation classes where we build nesting boxes for wildlife and enjoy bird walks through various habitats of the Center.
Teens Exploring Nature (T.E.N.)
June 9 - July 16
Tuesdays-Thursdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Does your child love nature? Then Teens Exploring Nature (T.E.N.) is the perfect camp.
The goal of T.E.N. is to get teenagers ages 12-15 outside, and to introduce them to new experiences. We will be going canoeing, exploring student farm, and visiting the Equestrian Center. We will also be hearing from several of the college’s professors about their experiences and get a brief glance into their fields of study. A meal will be provided at every session.
The camp is free of charge! RSVPs are REQUIRED because there are limited spaces available. All sessions will be held at the Albion College Nature Center, and transportation to the Nature Center is not provided.