Nature & Adventure Day
AHM Youth and Family Services and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church partner each year, to host the very popular Nature & Adventure Day!
Nature & Adventure Day is held at AHM’s Community Center, located at 25 Pendleton Drive in Hebron. All ages are welcome!
Nature and Adventure Day features both indoor and outdoor activities, weather permitting. This event is a day filled with fun for all ages; from young children to teens to parents and seniors. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Take a look at our 2020 Exhibit Map to see what fun activities were planned for this day. Although this event has been postponed until 2022, please check back often for updates!
Nature and Adventure Day is held at the AHM Community Center, 25 Pendleton Drive in Hebron.
The cost is $3.00 per person at the door for all ages. Proceeds from Nature and Adventure Day will support AHM’s mental health services for local children and families.
This day would not be possible without the help of our volunteers. Although our 2021 event has been postponed, if you are interested in volunteering for future Nature and Adventure Day events, please sign up below. (Please note, you will be redirected to SignUpGenius.)
The success of this event in past years is due especially to the outstanding quality of exhibits and partners that have been involved with this event. If you would like more information about exhibiting in 2022, please reach out to JoelR@ahmyouth.org.
Setup: On the day of the event, AHM’s doors will open for you to set up by 8:30 am. Please plan to arrive no later than 9. The event begins at 10am and door will open to the public at that time. We will have volunteers to help you with anything you need assistance with. AHM will provide a table and chairs for every exhibitor. Please plan to keep your exhibit open until 3pm.
Materials: Please feel free to share educational brochures, flyers or handouts about your exhibit.
Food: Breakfast will be provided by our friends at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. Sandwich wraps will be provided for lunch for exhibitors and volunteers only.
We always have something fun for everyone! Past activities and exhibits have included:
- Natural Landscapes
- Bird and butterfly house sale
- Horizon Wings (A live demonstration of raptors)
- Reptiles and amphibians
- Display of artifacts from the Institute of American Indian Studies
- Museum and research center
- Natural Benefits of Teas
- Goodwin State Forest Animal Skulls
- Bones and furs
- Plaster animal footprints
- Live reptiles
- Aquatic insects
- Tiny Tree Huggers
- Maple syrup demonstration
- Walks on the beautiful St. Peter’s Nature Trail