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White Memorial Conservation Center  - 2014 Events
 
 
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December 10, 11 and 18, 2014, 3:45 PM to 5:15 PM
 
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'Tis the Season For Crafts
 
Give your kids a chance to make that perfect holiday gift for their loved ones or to decorate your house!
 
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Grades 1 and 2, Wednesday, December 10, 2014, 3:45 PM to 5:15 PM
Grades 3 and 4, Thursday, December 11 and 18, 2015, 3:45 PM to 5:15 PM
 
We'll make several crafts incorporating natural and recycled materials. Items may be brought from home to re-use. Parents are welcome to stay, but it is not necessary.
 
Members: $8/child; Non-members: $12/child. Advance registration is required. To register, please call 860-567-0857 OR visit www.whitememorialcc.org and print out a registration form.  
Monday to Wednesday, December 29 to 31, 2014 and Friday, January 2, 2015
 
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Wild and Wacky Winter Camp at White Memorial
  • Get Outside and Play!
  • Learn about Nature in Winter
  • Play Games
  • Make Crafts
  • Meet Live Animals
 
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Members: $14.day 0r $50/week. Non-Members: $22/day or $80/week
Advanced registration is required. To register please call 860-567-0857 OR visit www.whitememorial.org and print out a registration form.
 
 
While the Education Center and Museum are handicapped accessible, many of the Center's programs involve outdoor activity. Parents of special needs children should contact the center in advance for additional information.
 
 
 
About the White Memorial Conservation Center and the Bat Lady
 
The White Memorial Conservation Center, an Environmental Education Center and Nature Museum, is located in the heart of the 4000-acre White Memorial Foundation in the hills of northwestern Connecticut.
 
In 1964 the Center was established in the former home of Alain White and his sister, May. Their vision and generosity led to the formation of the White Memorial Foundation in 1913. A non-profit tax exempt organization, the Center was incorporated to add the goal of Education to the Conservation, Research, and Recreation purposes for which the foundation was formed.
  
The Conservation Center operates a Nature Museum with exhibits focusing on the interpretation of local natural history, conservation, and ecology, as well as a Museum Nature Store. Dormitory and Classroom Facilities on the property extend the opportunities for visitors to interact with the natural world.
 
The outdoor arena includes the wildlife sanctuary maintained by the White Memorial Foundation. The Foundation today comprises 4000 acres of fields, water, and woodlands, trails, campgrounds, boating facilities, and special areas for large outdoor educational and recreational gatherings.
 
 
 
 
 
The entrance to The White Memorial Foundation and Conservation Center is located off Route 202 between Litchfield and Bantam, Connecticut, approximately 2 miles west of Litchfield on Whitehall Road.
 
 The town of Litchfield is located in the central part of Litchfield County.
 
Litchfield is approximately:
2 hours north of New York City (100 miles)
2 1/2 hours from Boston
1 hour from New Haven
45 minutes from Hartford
FROM THE WEST: I-84 to Route 7 exit; follow Route 7 to Route 202 in New Milford and turn East.
 
FROM THE EAST: Route 8 TO exit 42; follow Route 118 to Route 202 in Litchfield and turn West.
 
FROM THE NORTH: Route 63 South to Route 202 in Litchfield and turn West.
 
FROM THE SOUTH: Route 63 NORTH to Route 202 in Litchfield and turn West.
 
A Delicious Tip: Just before the entrance to the White Memorial Conservation Center on Route 202 (Bantam Road) from Litchfield center, there is a small group of stores on the left, on the corner of Bissel Road. There you will find The Dutch Epicure Shop, a ConneCT Kids favorite for many years. With their home-made pastries, gourmet cheeses, imported snacks, candy, cookies, crackers and cold cuts, this shop is a must-stop for anyone looking to add the crowning touch to their picnic at the White Center. http://www.alldutchfood.com/
  
 
 
White Memorial Conservation Center
80 Whitehall Road, P.O. 368, Litchfield, CT 06759
Phone- 860-567-0857; Fax- 860-567-2611
Email - info@whitememorialcc.org
Web - www.whitememorialcc.org
 
White Memorial Foundation Family Campgrounds
71 Whitehall Road, P.O. 368, Litchfield, CT 06759
Phone - May through mid-October - 860-567-0089
Mid-October through April - 860-567-0857
The Campground Store is open from early May until mid-October and is located at 123 North Shore Road in Litchfield.
 

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