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Parks & Recreation

  1. Spring Homeschool Extravaganza

    April 30, 2019, 9:00 AM - 2:15 PM @ Wilderness Station at Barfield Crescent Park

    Have you ever wanted to explore more about your outside world. Homeschool students, grades 5 and up, can join us for a day of learning and exploring at the Wilderness Station. Students choose several different Environmental/Outdoor Education Programs and will get up to four different classes of their choice. Please email to preregister. For ages 10+ years (Grades 5-12).

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  2. Guardians of the Greenway

    April 30, 2019, 10:00 AM @ Old Fort Park Trailhead

    Explore the Greenway while helping us keep it beautiful! Each week we will meet at a different trailhead for a naturalist-let cleanup. Participants who come to at least four cleanups will receive a free Guardians of the Greenway t-shirt. Gloves, trash grabbers and trash bags will be provided. Come out and give back to your community. For all ages.

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  3. PPCC After School Enrichment Program

    April 30, 2019, 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM @ Patterson Park Community Center

    Be Positive, Be Polite, Be Careful, Be a Champion! Join us weekdays after school for homework help, health and wellness lessons, visual and cultural arts, sports activities, character development and exciting field trips. A daily after-school snack will be provided.

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  4. Turtle Searches

    April 30, 2019, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Nickajack Wetlands - Call for directions.

    Call all researchers - whether you are a junior scientist, senior scientist, animal lover, or interested citizen, join us as we continue our box turtle study right here in Murfreesboro. These lovable reptiles losing ground and listed as a species of concern in Tennessee due to habitat loss and being taken as household pets. Be a part of a research team to collect data on this important species and make a difference! Information on the box turtle and instructions will be provided upon arrival. Note: This is an off-trail experience in the woods; please wear long pants and closed toed shoes or boots. Bug spray and water are recommended. This program may also be scheduled for small groups, clubs or scouts. For ages 8+years. Call for more information and directions.

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  5. Working Artists Initiative

    April 30, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ TBA

    Working Artists Initiative (WAI) is about helping artists form strong creative habits that will last a lifetime. The fundamental component of the program is a simple commitment: make the time to make art, five to ten hours a week. WAI groups meet every other week for twelve weeks. Together, in a cross-genre group of artists, musicians, writers and photographer, where all share their perspectives, artists commit to the completion of a project of their choice. In each meeting, artists share their progress, renew their commitments, and respond to each other's work. At the end of the program, artist will have a completed book, film, album, or group of works. Choose either Tuesday or Thursday sessions; 6-person limit per class.

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