Hands On at the Water Center. Who doesn't like playing in water? [...]
Second Saturdays is kicking off in 2015 with exciting, educational and FREE event for the whole family at the Water Resources Education Center (WREC).
The public is invited to view intricately carved wildlife on display Saturday, September 10, and Sunday, September 11, 2016, during the 29th annual Columbia Flyway Wildlife Show and Northwest Championship at the Water Resources Education Center. The show is free to attend and focuses on hand carved, textured, and painted wood sculptures of birds, fish, and mammals in fifteen competitive divisions.
February is the perfect month to remember and show to your backyard birds. When you have birds singing their songs around you, you can't help but feel great in your backyard. Birds also help to spread plants, control insects and . Second Saturday is a great way for kids to learn about birds through fun, interactive activities!
Second Saturdays at the Water Resources Education Center are not only fun, they're free! March Second Saturday will Celebrate World Water Day from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm where kids and their families are invited to explore a different topic through hands-on activities, games and stories.
On September 9th, this Second Saturday event is part of the annual Columbia Flyway Wildlife Show...This is a great where kids and their families are invited to explore through hands-on activities, games, stories and .
Vancouver's Water Resources Education Center is moving its annual recognition of Native America Heritage month from a Second Saturday event to its own Saturday celebration, set for November 18. Attendance at the popular family-friendly event has grown greatly over the years, and this year's celebration promises some new features, as well as some past favorites.
February is perfect for " birds". Enjoy fun, interactive activities related to birds at the Love Your Backyard Birds. This is also the perfect opportunity to get ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count occurring Friday, February 16 through Monday, February 19, 2018. Anyone can take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count, from beginning bird watchers to experts, and you can participate from your backyard, or anywhere in the world.
Uncover the hidden world of creatures that jump, hop and crawl at this Second Saturday event at the Water Center.
Discover the hidden world of amphibians and reptiles right here in Clark County and assist with field surveys at Critter Count, an annual springtime field exploration for people of all ages as part of special Second Saturday event on April 14, 2018.