July 26, Saturday, 3-5pm, Metea County Park Nature Center
Girls in Boots is a monthly program designed to help women become more self sufficient in the outdoors. The program is recommended for women and young ladies from about 12 years old on up.
Bring your bathing suits or something you don’t mind getting completely wet, shoes included, for this latest adventure. We’ll be hiking out to Cedar Creek to take a leisurely float in our inner tubes to see first hand the beauty of the Creek and learn about its ecology. We’ll also learn about how to get water in an emergency situation.
It would be a good idea to bring sun block and bug spray. All participants will be required to sign a waiver; all young ladies from 12 to 17 must be accompanied by an adult.
A snack will be provided, but it is important to register so that we get the right amount of supplies. Cost for this program is $5. Pre-registration by July 24th is required. To reserve your spot, please call 260-449-3777.