Dietrich Theater offers Little People and Nature class with Rebecca Lesko


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A previous years Little People and Nature students meet a rescued rabbit at the Dietrich Theater.


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TUNKHANNOCK — Little ones, ages two-and-a-half to five, are invited to learn about fish, birds, turtles and a surprise nature topic at the Dietrich Theater from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting March 8 and 9 and running through the end of the month. Rebecca Lesko, of the Endless Mountains Nature Center, will present hands-on sessions for the children and their caregivers, through role-playing, games, discovery stations, stories and up close experiences with nature’s creatures.

Sponsored by the Overlook Estate Foundation, these classes are free.

Founder of the Endless Mountains Nature Center with a B.S. in environmental studies from SUNY College of Environmental Science, Lesko teaches not only at the Endless Mountains Nature Center, but also for the National Wildlife Federation and other nature centers, including the Pocono Environmental Education Center. She is a master teacher of the wonders of nature, using stories, hands-on and role playing activities and real live creatures when appropriate.

To register, call the Dietrich Theater at 570-996-1500.

A previous years Little People and Nature students meet a rescued rabbit at the Dietrich Theater.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-Little-People.jpgA previous years Little People and Nature students meet a rescued rabbit at the Dietrich Theater.

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Information provided by the Dietrich Theater.

Information provided by the Dietrich Theater.

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