3037 Som Center Road
Willoughby Hills, OH 44094
Please join Caring Cubs on Friday, June 26tth at the North Chagrin Nature Center for “Pond Dipping” and outdoor learning fun. This hands-on learning experience will help our cubs understand that all living things have basic needs including food, water, space and shelter. The Naturalist will discuss why what they see is important to nature and what they can do to take care of it and continue to give it a safe place to live!
This is an outdoor activity. Please dress appropriately for the weather and expect to get dirty (gloves and boots are recommended). Please do NOT wear crocs or flip flops.
Cleveland Metroparks consists of over 23,000 acres of land in 18 reservations, over 300 miles of all purpose hiking and bridle trails and the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Since the 1920s, North Chagrin Reservation has been a special combination of outdoor recreation areas and wildlife sanctuaries. The North Chagrin Nature Center overlooks Sanctuary Marsh, where native plants create a fine wetland community attracting a host of waterfowl, mammals, insects, reptiles, amphibians, songbirds and shorebirds.
We’re asking families to please consider bringing a donation of NEW school supplies to this event. Your donation will help children from the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland prepare for school this Fall. The children are in great need of new school supplies such as spiral notebooks, binders, crayons, markers, colored pencils, glue/glue sticks, highlighters and folders.
Registration for this event is now closed. Please check back early July for our other great summer events!Friday, July 24th at 10:00am Greater Cleveland Foodbank 15500 South Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110
Registration for this event will open in early July!
Friday, July 24th at 12:30pm Summit County Humane Society Pawsibilities 7996 Darrow Road Twinsburg, OH 44087
Join Caring Cubs as we take a tour of the Summit County Humane Society! A representative will teach us about the shelter and how they operate. We will also be learning a little about animal safety. Our children will then have the opportunity to walk through the shelter to see how the animals are cared for, where they stay while they wait for their forever home and even hand over a few treats! We are asking families to bring a donation to the shelter – a full list of their needs can be found here.
Registration for this event will open in early July!More 2015 events will be posted soon. We hope to see you and your family at a Caring Cubs event in 2015!