CHERRYFIELD, ME — The Maine Outdoor School served as a co-host for the recent Winter Family Carnival at the Mission’s Downeast Campus in Cherryfield, ME. In addition to many available indoor activities, families were also offered — and took part in — outdoor activities.
These photos of kids having fun and learning outdoors at the Family Carnival are courtesy Maine Outdoor School’s Co-Founder, Co-CEO, and Naturalist Educator Hazel Stark.
“We had a blast helping families get to know the forest using their senses this weekend at the Winter Family Carnival,” said Maine Outdoor School in a tweet.
CHERRYFIELD, ME — On Saturday, February 29th, Maine Seacoast Mission and other groups held a Winter Family Carnival at the Mission’s Downeast Campus. These photos from the Family Carnival are courtesy the Mission Director of Service Programs Wendy Harrington and Community Resource Coordinator Megan Smith.
Here’s Wendy Harrington’s recap of the event.
Thank you for creating a wonderful day for families at the Winter Carnival. I was smiling the entire day watching children and parents playing, laughing, skating, building, listening to a story in English and Spanish, walking blindfolded through the woods, taking funny family portraits, eating tacos and chili and drinking the best hot chocolate in the world.
Our Winter Carnival, like the Downeast Roots Festival, is a snapshot of what Downeast Roots can create when we work together.
Thank you for sharing your Saturday, your wonderful activities, your enthusiasm and positive energy with us yesterday. Together we made a special day for more than 70 people.
Director of Service Programs