- April 25, 2019
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Event Phone: 949-645-8489 ext. 103
The Teachers Night Out series brings all kinds of educators together for fun afternoons of learning exciting hands-on ways to teach children about science and nature. Everyone is invited! Classroom teachers, outdoor educators, scout leaders, homeschool parents – anyone who wants to be a better educator.
Join us as we walk through the Center, after hours, to discover some fun ways you and your students can learn about native plants!
Exotic plant species can have damaging consequences to our ecosystems. The trees, shrubs, and flowers native to California are often overlooked as resources for our butterfly gardens and landscaping. Join ENC Assistant Director Lori Whalen to learn why natives are so awesome, then she’ll model some of her favorite plant related activities. Join us to DIG INTO the science behind supporting our native flora. Bring YOUR plant related curricula ideas to share, too! This workshop’s target audience is K-5 teachers, but anyone is welcome to attend.
To sponsor the food for this event, please contact Lori.