Grab your pail and shovel and come explore the beach and mudflats with local mom and Watershed Ecologist Dr. Sara Grady and NSRWA Environmental Educator Brian Taylor. They will lead families on a hunt for horseshoe crabs, snails and sea worms. You may even see a fish or two! Dress for the weather and be prepared to get wet and sandy – some of these creatures like to play hide and seek! Free parking is available behind the guard shack at the eastern end of the beach near the Powder Point Bridge. The group will depart from the guard shack promptly at 9:05am. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
$10 per family, Limit 15 families.