Presentations, walks, and crafts are free. A basket raffle, native plant sale, hanging flower basket sale, bake sale, and the awesome Bluebells Tea Party will raise funds to support Nature Day Camp this summer. The cost for camp has been reduced to $25 per week at Tunkhannock and Dimock locations and $50 per week at Keystone College and Little Rocky Glen Preserve. To get more kids unplugged and enjoying the outdoors this summer we need your help.
For the entire list of activities being offered visit the Bluebells Festival page.
Our annual tea party includes flavorful teas and infused waters, incredible decorations, and tasty finger foods. Tickets are $15 per person. Limited seating at 1 pm and 2 pm. Get your tickets on the Bluebells Festival page.