Winter Solstice Celebration
December 21 @ 10:00 am- 11:30 pm CST
The Winter Solstice has been celebrated all over the world for thousands of years. This date signals the first day of Winter and it has the shortest day and longest night of the year. But, after this point, the days start getting longer and the nights get shorter signaling the coming Spring.
After learning more about this special day, we will be making a nature-inspired Winter Solstice lantern.
This program is appropriate for all ages, though adults will need to assist with the lantern making since we will be using hot glue guns.
Some refreshments will be provided. A state park permit is required to attend this program.