Children’s Activities

Children’s Scheduled Activities:

12:00pm to 100pm    Story Hour – Wissahickon Valley Public Library

1:00pm to 2:00pm     Karate Demonstration – Villari’s Martial Arts Studio of Ambler

2:00pm to 2:30pm     Wildlife Presentaion – Briar Bush Nature Center

2:40pm to 3:30pm     Zumba with Johanna for All Ages (participants must sign release)

Children’s activities available throughout the day:

  • Learn About Water Conservation At The Ambler Environmental Advisory Council Booth
  • Craft Activities At The Calvary United Methodist Church Table
  • Face Painting at the Pi Dental Center table.
  • Marigold Planting Activity with Plant Ambler
  • Enviroscape (A Portable Interactive Environmental Education Model) –
    Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association

Briar Bush Nature Center

  • Briar Bush Nature Center

Briar Bush Nature Center provides environmental education for  groups of all ages through on-site and outreach experiences, protects and nurtures a natural wildlife habitat and promotes conservation of natural resources by increasing awareness and understanding of the environment. A  presentation about animals that are native to this area will be presented by  Karen Serfass,  Development and Communications Coordinator at
Briar Bush. She will bring snakes and turtles/tortoises and other animals and discuss how people can help native wildlife. The presentation will be appropriate for children of all ages.

  • Wissahickon Valley Public Library

Wissahickon Valley Public Library

The Wissahickon Valley Public Library is committed to support literacy, life long learning, informational resources, and life enrichment for all of its patrons by providing community based physical and electronic access to collections of print and media and supporting effective and enjoyable use of these collections. They are particularly committed to providing the children of our community appropriate environments, activities and collections that support information and arts literacy.

Join Ms. Tegan for story time.

  • Wissahickon Watershed Association

Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association

The Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association (WVWA) is a non-profit land trust founded in 1957 to protect the quality and beauty of the Wissahickon Creek.

The mission of the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association is to protect the quality and the beauty of Wissahickon Creek and to enhance all life in the Wissahickon Watershed.

An enviroscape will be set up at the Watershed booth.  Lindsay Blanton, Water Quality Outreach Coordinator, will talk about the watershed.

T-Shirt Order Form in PDF – Deadline April 2nd

T-shirt order form in Word Doc FormatDeadline April 2nd

Earth Fest Children’s Flyer