Discovery Play Days offers storytime, fun crafts and outdoor education for young children (3 to 10 years-old) and their parents or guardians.
With gatherings restricted, Discovery Play Days is moving to the germ free web for our storytelling and crafts. Our I Spy guidebook can be downloaded to use when exploring wetlands, shorelines, and wildlife in your yard or hiking around the Clear Creek Trail.
Using the Safe Start Washington Guidebook, Kitsap County is currently enjoying Phase 2. Phase 2 allows outdoor activities of 5 masked persons including those outside your household.
Discovery Play Dates 2020
Join Miss Aleah from the Silverdale Library for storytelling, songs and other eco-friendly activities on-line https://www.facebook.com/clearcreektask force/
Birds and other Wildlife
Who’s hopping around and chirping? A summertime guide to your backyard or trail explorations: Download a Clear Creek Bird list here.
Pond Dipping and Backyard Bugs
Who’s hiding under rocks and skimming over the water's surface? A virtual summertime video features a bug story and crafty activities. To guide your backyard or trail explorations, Stream Steward, Ms. Crista gives you some pointers. Visit the Clear Creek Task Force Facebook page for the video. Download a Clear Creek pond dipping guide here and a bug i.d. here.
Low Tide Beach Exploration July 22, 10am
What kind of critters are hiding under rocks and what kind of plants grow in salt water? A virtual summertime video features a Salish Sea story and activities to guide your beach explorations. Visit the Clear Creek Task Force Facebook page for the video starting July 21.
Tree & Plant Detectives August 5, 10am
Trees are one of the most important habitats for birds, bugs and salmon. Discover how trees connect everyone with a video featuring a story about trees. Plant your own tree! Pick up a baby tree to repot and care for until October. Replant it along the trail on Plant One for the Pod Day. Pick up your tree and a pot at the Markwick Pavilion, 11200 Silverdale Way, Silverdale. Visit the Clear Creek Task Force Facebook page for the video starting August 4:
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This pattern, Fishnet, is taken from a traditional Suquamish basket design