For more than a decade children have delighted in the fun educational exhibits and activities at OLC’s Family Day. All exhibits are free and open to the public on Family Day.
- Educational activities such as paper-making.
- Wildlife exhibits
- Build your own bird feeder
- Millions of dollars in logging equipment to explore.
- Cross Cut Saw Demonstration
- “Wild-Fire Safety Demonstration
- Learn About the Age of a Tree
- Free Seedlings
Lean to make paper or build a bird feeder at the OWIT booth. Oregon Women in Timber, sponsors classroom hands-on forest education programs that presents science-based curriculum to kindergarten through eighth grade classes. Contact OWIT for more details on their classroom program.
Last year we had some fun new exhibits, and they will be back; Cross-Cut-Saw demonstration, and Wild-Fire Safety demonstration. In this colorful 30-foot long nylon inflatable salmon tent, a variety of forest themed stories keep everyone entertained. Children and parents are invited to dress in colorful costumes of birds, insects, wolves, and other creatures and “fly, hop, crawl, swim or walk” in a short parade through the Wheeler Pavilion prior to storytelling.