AMBOY — The Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center will present several public programs this summer and fall. The first, Stream Safari, will take place at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 28.
Participants will learn that the freshwater community is diverse in animals and plants. Program participants will explore the creek to learn about these animals and plants. Pants and shoes will be wet and muddy. Pre-registration is required. Visit https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/StreamSafariAmboy4-HEEC_235 to register or scan the QR code with a phone. If people need help or more information, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County at 315-963-7286.
These programs are designed for families; however, individuals can attend. Pre-registration for all programs is required. Fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear a mask per New York State’s implementation of recent CDC guidelines. But vaccinated people can choose to wear masks (or another acceptable face covering) and maintain social distancing at their own discretion. Unvaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask (or other acceptable face covering) indoors and when social distancing of six feet is not possible outdoors, as implemented by the New York State of recent CDC guidelines. Participants are still required to sign Cornell Cooperative Extension’s COVID-19 Acceptance of Risk and Liability Waiver prior to participating in the program.
There is a $4 per person fee with a family rate of $12. Children under three are free.
The Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center is located at 748 State Route 183 in Eastern Oswego County, between Routes 13 and 69 near Williamstown. For installation and scheduling information, call the Cornell Cooperative Extension Oswego County 4-H office Monday through Friday at 315-963-7286. To learn more about Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center’s programming, find them on Facebook at http://tiny.cc/AmboyOnFB and check out the website at thatscooperativeextension.org/amboy-4-h-environmental-education -center. Contact the Cornell Cooperative Extension office in Oswego County if anyone has special needs.