This class is full.
Take shelter! Nature provides for those with know-how. The driving wind and rain can be held at bay with simple skills that every squirrel depends on. In this family-oriented class, learn the basics of building a winter survival shelter that can keep you safe and warm without the aid of a sleeping bag or a fire. After this introduction, younger participants will have free time by the river (supervised by a parent/guardian) where they can build forts for fun. This class takes place outdoors at Oxbow Regional Park and is led by Metro naturalist Dan Daly. $5 per vehicle ($7 per bus) park entry fee. Registration and payment of $6 per person, $11 per family required in advance. Hosted by Metro