August 23 @ 1:00 pm - August 25 @ 4:00 pm$150
Looking to get your kids out of the house and into an adventure? The NSRWA is offering 3 day guided outdoor adventure program for youth ages 10 to 13. Each day will include either fishing, hiking, kayaking, wilderness survival activities, or geocaching! Participants will gain outdoor experience, discover various flora and fauna, and learn local history. Program will run in the afternoon from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Trips will include two experienced guides, including a certified American Red Cross Lifeguard and Wilderness First Responder. Transportation, kayaks, paddles, PFDs, and fishing equipment are all included. Parents/guardians will drop-off and pick-up youth at the NSRWA Office (214 South St, Norwell, MA) each day. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
$150 per youth for three days of outdoor adventure programming with all equipment and transportation provided.
Wednesday 1:00pm – 4:00pm – Fishing at Jacobs Pond
Thursday 1:00pm – 4:00pm – Paddle at Jacobs Pond
Friday 1:00pm – 4:00pm – Wilderness Survival Shelter Building at Stetson Meadows, Norwell
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Drop-off Times: 12:45pm (parents drop youth off at 214 South St. Norwell, MA each day)
Pick-up Times: 4:00pm (parents pick-up youth at 214 South St. Norwell, MA each day)
What should my youth wear?
Dress according to the sun and weather. Participants should be prepared to be outside for 3 hours in any weather (except thunderstorms). Youth should have comfortable footwear that can get wet, no flip-flops. A swimsuit and towel is recommended. A face mask will be required during meeting times and when unable to maintain social distance.
What should my youth bring?
Day pack, water bottle, sun glasses, sun protection, towel, and a snack. Youth can bring a cell phone for communication during pick-up times only, but will be required to keep in a waterproof container or bag. The NSRWA can provide a locked space for any valuables. The NSRWA will provide all equipment necessary for the events including paddles, personal floatation devices (PFDs), and kayaks. Youth can bring their own PFDs, however they must be US Coast Guard approved, in good serviceable condition, and properly fitting. NSRWA staff leader will carefully inspect the youth’s own PFD to ensure it meets safety protocol. PFDs must be worn and buckled at all times during, on, or near water events.
What if there is inclement weather, and what is the cancellation policy? Is there a refund for a cancelled day?
Safety is the top priority! The NSRWA will cancel or reschedule events due to a chance of thunderstorms or serious inclement weather. Sorry no refunds. Parents and guardians will be notified the day before, or morning of the scheduled program of any cancellations. An instructor will be present at the scheduled drop-off location to inform parents/guardians in the event of inclement weather.
How does Drop-off and Pick-up work?
An NSRWA staff person will be at the NSRWA Office at 214 South St. Norwell, MA. Do not drop-off or pick-up youth without verbally communicating with the NSRWA staff member. Pick-up will be at 12:00pm for each day, and the location will be the same as the drop-off location. The NSRWA staff will make a point to check-in with parents/guardians with any updates, behavioral issues, or relevant information. Please communicate with NSRWA staff leader if you plan on having someone other than yourself pick up your youth at the end of the day.
The NSRWA Program Leader is a certified Waterfront Lifeguard through the American Red Cross. This includes open-water Lifeguarding, CPR and First-Aid. NSRWA leader also is a Certified Wilderness First Responder through Wilderness Medical Associates. A first-aid kit, throw rope, spare PFDs, and staff leader’s cell phone will be present during all events. Each event will have two adults on-site at all times including NSRWA Program Leader. Groups will remain together for the entirety of the program.
The North and South Rivers Watershed Association, Inc. (NSRWA) is a non-profit grassroots environmental organization located on the South Shore of Massachusetts dedicated to protecting our waters. The NSRWA was founded in 1970 and has grown to more than 1,700 members today, comprised of individuals, families, businesses, and other environmentally-concerned organizations.
- August 23 @ 1:00 pm
- August 25 @ 4:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Outdoor Youth Program
- North and South Rivers Watershed Association
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- NSRWA Offices
214 South Street
Norwell, MA 02061 United States
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