Please join us tonight, Thursday, January 19th at 5 PM for a Rivanna River History Talk by one of our founders, Fran Lawrence. He’ll be giving us new insights into Woolen Mills history and the river. A free event with a great view of the river!
We reopen Friday, January 6 resuming our normal open hours. We will have beading activities, the history of beading and the Lewis and Clark Expedition, winter nature walks, and more!
On Thursday, Janaury 19, at 5 PM there will be a Home Front Chapter lecture series talk by Center Founder Fran Lawrence on the History of the Rivanna River. Free and open to the public.
For Giving Tuesday this year, we’re hoping that you’ll learn more about the Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center and our programs–we bring the joys of exploration to children and families throughout Virginia, some of them underserved and all of them ready to explore, learn, and create. We bring nature closer…consider making a gift today! You can also join our mailing list or find out more about our programs by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Come learn how to make a wire bracelet, how to crimp, string, and fasten! Also explore the history of beads in the times of Lewis and Clark, and see examples that date from that time period. 10-4, Friday and Saturday. $7 per person.
We are OPEN Saturday, November 26, from 10 to 4! It will be a relaxed, open house atmosphere with selected activities and some boat tours.
We are CLOSED Friday, November 25.
We hope to see you and your family on Saturday! Happy Thanksgiving!