b'youth programs(up to 18) 5809 Pre-registration at ashland.or.us/register required for all programs unless otherwise indicated1EstionmmisscoEDUCATION & ENRICHMENT FAMILY PROGRAMSPreschool Puppet Theater Whose Scat is That?Join Brenda Bear and friends as they discover the wonders ofGet the scoop on poop! Well learn tricks for identifying our natural world. A brief lesson will lead into a fun puppetanimal droppings or scat to enhance your next hiking performance and playtime. Snack and a hands-on craftadventure. Make a realistic scat model and take a walk in activity will follow. Reservations are guaranteed only untilthe park!Register at ashland.or.us/register or call the Nature 10:30 a.m. Please arrive early, as space and parking areCenter at 541.488.6606.limited (no late seating). Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times during the program. Register at ashland. WHO: Adults with kids 10 & up interested in track or.us/register or call the Nature Center at 541.488.6606. identification WHO: Preschool-age children WHAT: Learn to observe the signs of wildlife in your yard and on the trailWHAT: Learn about nature through stories, crafts and some unstructured playtimeINSTRUCTOR: Linda Bailey is the owner of Woodsong Nature SchoolLLC. She has more than 25 years experience INSTRUCTOR: Anna Edmonson is a New York City-trainedin nature education.actor/dancer/singer and has been a performing artist since age 6. AGESAdults and kids 10 & up DAYWednesdayAGES3-5DATE Sep 18 DAY2nd Friday each month (except Oct) TIME 4-5:30 pmDATE Sep 13 | Nov 8 | Dec 13PLACENMP Nature CenterTIME 10:30-11:45 am COST$15PLACENMPCOST$6 Salmon Spiral FITNESS & MOVEMENT Community Art ProjectHelp to create a landscape-scale stone spiral labyrinth in preparation for the Bear Creek Salmon Festival, October Youth Get Golf Ready5th. The spiral will be used as a focal point for celebrating Get Golf Ready is a fun and affordable program designedthe journey and return of native salmon to Bear Creek in to introduce golf to youth who have never played or haveNMP. Work gloves and guidance will be provided. Pre-minimal golf experience. Get Golf Ready offers a series ofregistration is not required.Register at ashland.or.us/register (5) lessons in a group setting that focus on basic instructionor call the Nature Center at 541.488.6606.on chipping, putting and full swing techniques, as well as information on how to navigate the clubhouse and golfWHO: People able to lift and move small to medium stonescourse, etiquette and rules of golf. To register for any and all golf classes please contact Oak Knoll Golf Course atWHAT: Build an art installation for the upcoming Salmon 541.482.4311. Full payment required to reserve your space. Festival WHO: Anyone who has wanted to try golf and those whoINSTRUCTOR: Led by Nature Center Staffwould like to get back into the swing of thingsAGESAll ages (Children under 10 should be WHAT: An affordable golf program focusing on learningaccompanied by an adult) golfs fundamentals and having FUN! Classes includeDAYWednesdayputting, chipping, pitching, full swing and golf play DATE Sep 25TIME 3-4:30 pm*Equipment included or bring your own. PLACENMPAGES9-17COSTFREEDAYMondaysDATE Sep 2, 9, 16, 23, 30Register Today!TIME 4-5 pmPLACEOak Knoll Golf CourseCOST$9918 APRC Fall 2019 PlayGuide | 541.488.5340 | The Grove at 1195 E Main St, Ashland'