PONCA – Make plans to join Ponca State Park this weekend for several afternoon activities.
Located on the banks of the Missouri River, Ponca State Park will be hosting their Saturday, November 23 events starting with their most popular program.
Critter corner returns to the park at 11:30 a.m. and is open for all ages. Meet at the Resource and Education center as the free program provides a snapshot of the wildlife found along the Missouri River. Participants will be able to see and touch live critters, furs, feathers, shells and skulls.
Moving into the afternoon at 1:30 p.m. the Resource and Education Center will be the place to be exploring how colors change and why. Cost is $1 per craft and limited to 25 people talking about fall leaves and watercolors.
Closing out Saturday will be ‘Pop a Pinecone’. Attendees will explore the answers from what is so special about pinecones, what can eat them and what types of trees do they come from.
Like Ponca State Park NE on Facebook to view their upcoming events. All programs are subject to change due to staffing and/or weather. For questions, call 402-755-2284.