A short time ago we shared a post that included a podcast with Lynne Anast. It was all about the Road Scholar program. Well, there are two incredible opportunities coming up June 14-19 and July 26-31 with "Discover the Wild Side of Florida".
All the information is below and if you'd like to find out about all the Road Scholar programs in the area, listen to the podcast with Lynne.
DISCOVER THE WILD SIDE OF FLORIDA
June 14 - 19 & July 26 - 31
Intended for grandchildren from 9 - 12 years of age, with at least one grand-parent.
Get in touch with nature as you forge new bonds with your grandchild amid the wilds of Sarasota and offshore islands. With a collection of naturalists, adventure guides and conservationists, comb the beaches for seashells and sea turtle nest sites, explore the rich archaeology and paleontology, and the various unique habitats and rare species of the only tropical zone in the continental United States.
• Discover wild Florida as you search for alligators aboard an airboat and raptors on a rainforest canopy walk.
• Uncover historic artifacts and fossils in shallow water with an adventure guide naturalist.
• Join marine biologist on a sea life encounter cruise collecting marine life with a trawl net, then observe sharks and stingrays at Mote Marine Aquarium.
You won’t find a better value! Prices start at $1,149 per adult and grandchildren are $699, and include accommodations and meals. All participants will have one dinner on their own to enjoy local cuisine.
•5 nights of accommodations
•13 meals: 5 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners
•3 Expert-led lectures
•6 Field trips
•7 Hands-on experiences
Walking up to a mile over pavement, beaches, and varied terrain daily. Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
For more information on this or other programs, please contact Lynne Anast, Director of Road Scholar Programs at 556.3269 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or friendshipcenters.org
To register, please contact Road Scholar Participant Services at 1.877.426.8056 or visit roadscholar.org.