Concord, Massachusetts

Our TimberNook Sensory Nature program is located in beautiful Carlisle, MA. in Conant Woods, behind the Carlisle Town Hall. The address is 66 Westford Street, Carlisle, MA. 01741. Please park in the dirt parking lot at the far end of Town Hall.

Overview

This Fall, Winter and Spring we will be running weekly programs for 4 and 6 week sessions. Tiny Ones (ages 18 mos to age 3 with a caregiver) and Little Wild Ones (ages 4-7, a drop off program). We will also be hosting various Friday night and Saturday day programs for families and children ages 7-12. Also watch for upcoming school vacation day programs! If you do not see a day or time that works for you please contact Sherry Kenin at 978/287-7878 or sherry.kenin@timbernook.com and we will work to set up a session that meets your needs. Looking for a creative, fun and special birthday party? Contact us about a TimberNook birthday party in the woods!!! We also can host both public and private school field trips and will work with teachers to match experiences with current classroom learning.

Timbernook Certified Provider
Your Certified Provider:
Sherry Kenin

Email: sherry.kenin@timbernook.com

Phone: 978-795-4263


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The Team
Sherry Kenin

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Magi Lindeman

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Available Programs

Tiny Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Tiny Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Ages: 1.5 - 4

Dates: Nov 5 - Nov 19

Times: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Price: $75.00 per child

Overview:

This program was designed for the smallest of our TimberNook adventurers. You and your child together will venture into the woods for creative play opportunities that engage the mind and challenge the senses, such as hosting a tea party in the garden, doing “construction work” in mud puddles, or experimenting with color in giant foam experiences. You’ll walk away each week brimming with ideas for inspiring unique, creative play at home as well. Programs may vary based on location.
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Little Wild Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Little Wild Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Ages: 4 - 7

Dates: Nov 5 - Dec 10

Times: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Price: $225.00 per child

Overview:

Our popular forest program that fosters children playing outdoors and learning in the fall, spring, summer and winter months! Children enjoy living and breathing stories, diving deep into their imaginations, engineering in grand-scale play experiences, and so much more! They’ll also get plenty of time to cook over an open fire and play for hours on end. Learning has never been more exciting! Programs may vary based on location.
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Tiny Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Tiny Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Ages: 1.5 - 4

Dates: Sep 17 - Oct 22

Times: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Capacity: 15

Price: $150.00 per child

Overview:

This program was designed for the smallest of our TimberNook adventurers. You and your child together will venture into the woods for creative play opportunities that engage the mind and challenge the senses, such as hosting a tea party in the garden, doing “construction work” in mud puddles, or experimenting with color in giant foam experiences. You’ll walk away each week brimming with ideas for inspiring unique, creative play at home as well. Programs may vary based on location.
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Night Programs – TimberNook Middlesex County

Night Programs – TimberNook Middlesex County

Ages: N/A

Dates: Oct 25

Times: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Capacity: 20

Price: $45.00 per child

Overview:

This unique program gives children the opportunity to experience the wonders of twilight and nighttime in nature, while playing, cooking, and creating with friends! Programs may vary based on location.
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Tiny Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Tiny Ones – TimberNook Middlesex County

Ages: 1.5 - 4

Dates: Oct 29 - Nov 19

Times: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Capacity: 15

Price: $100.00 per child

Overview:

This program was designed for the smallest of our TimberNook adventurers. You and your child together will venture into the woods for creative play opportunities that engage the mind and challenge the senses, such as hosting a tea party in the garden, doing “construction work” in mud puddles, or experimenting with color in giant foam experiences. You’ll walk away each week brimming with ideas for inspiring unique, creative play at home as well. Programs may vary based on location.
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