Upcoming 12th Annual Tidelands Art Sale Sunday February 16, 2014 from 10am-4pm @ The Morgan Center located In the--- Jekyll Island Historic District
Mark your calendars for the 12th annual 4-H Tidelands Nature Center 'Art Inspired by Nature' Sale, Sunday February 16th, 2014. The winter tradition continues with a host of artists, displaying their coastal themed art for sale. The annual event features an eclectic array of artwork created by talented local artists from our coastal Georgia area. Look for your favorites from Jekyll, St. Simon’s, Brunswick and McIntosh displaying stained glass art, paintings, pottery, hand-blown glass jewelry, metal sculptures, wooden bowls, books, animal art, bake goods, hand made soaps, and much more! Come shop for your favorite piece and be sure to bid on silent auction items too!
Tidelands Spring 2014- Home School Days!!
Click on the above image to learn about our spring 2014 programs offered through our 4-H Tidelands Home School Days. Or you can click on the following link to registrer: Spring 2014 Home School Days Registration Form.
Our homeschool days are open to all school-age students. Programs run every other Friday this spring (Feb- April). Program dates are as follows: Feb 7th, Feb 21th, March 7th, March 21st, April 4th, & April 18th. Program themes vary each date. Check out: 4-H Tidelands Home School Days for program themes. Program includes a morning session (10:00am -12:00 pm). Cost: $10 per person (children AND adults). Students can participate in a single day or sign up for the month. All classes are rain or shine, so please make sure your students are dressed appropriately for the outdoors. Parent should attend class with child (or make arrangements for another parent who is also attending to be responsible for your child). For more information or to sign up, please call or email Dawn Zenkert or Beth Walker: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, 912-635-5032.
4-H Tidelands Nature Center
Tidelands Nature Center offers hands-on marine environmental science programs for the general public and school groups, kayak tours, and a live animal exhibit area.
Meet a young sea turtle, explore our touch tanks, and observe live alligators, snakes, fish, crabs and many other animals native to Georgia's coast in our exhibit gallery.
Take a guided kayak tour of Jekyll's salt marsh ecosystem.
Rent a canoe or paddleboat and enjoy fishing or a relaxing paddle on the pristine salt pond, adjacent to Tidelands.
Nature walks and other special programs for families and for school and scout groups are available throughout the year. Learn about Jekyll's coastal ecosystems with one of our guides as you explore Jekyll's beach, forest and marsh.
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