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  • Building Forts And Shelters At Two Coyotes Wilderness School

    Each week at the Two Coyotes Wilderness School has a different theme of wilderness and survival skills with different camps offered, according to Camp Director Karianna Rosenberg.

    Tuesday, July 7, was day two of the Forts and Shelters camp.

  • Two Coyotes Hosts Woodland Arts Camp

    Campers at Two Coyotes Wilderness School’s Woodland Arts summer camp took part in crafts and activities on Wednesday, July 1, at the school’s Newtown location, at Sticks and Stones Farm on Huntingtown Road.

    Two Coyotes’ Woodland Arts camp provides explorers ages 5 to 13 with a resourceful approach to nature, using what the woods have to offer to create an endless variety of tools and art, according to lead mentor Ross Fredell.

  • Two Coyotes To Host Two New Nature-Based Theater Camps

    Two Coyotes Wilderness School is offering two nature-based theater camps, “Wild Theater” for ages 8 to 14, and “Magical Theater” for ages 5 to 7, later this month. In both camps the wilderness is the stage and students become part of the unfolding story of nature, according to the school. The two-weeklong Wild Theater summer camp runs from July 20 to July 31; the weeklong Magical Theater camp offers two sessions, Session I from July 20 to 24 and Session II from July 27 to 31. Each camp day runs from 9 am to 3 pm.

  • Two Coyotes Wilderness School Preparing For Family Fun Day And Summer Camps

    With the annual Two Coyotes Family Fun Day coming up, and registration for the local wilderness school’s summer camps now open, Two Coyotes Wilderness School Executive Director Justin Pegnataro expressed his excitement for the two seasons of offerings at the school this week.

    The annual Two Coyotes Family Fun Day is slated for Sunday, April 26, from 1 pm to 4 pm, at Sticks and Stones Farm, 201 Huntingtown Road.

  • Two Coyotes Wilderness School To Offer Open House Experience April 26

    The annual Two Coyotes Family Fun Day is slated for Sunday, April 26, from 1 pm to 4 pm, at Sticks and Stones Farm, 201 Huntingtown Road.

    Two Coyotes Wilderness School offers kids aged 5 to 16 unique, ongoing, year-round outdoor programs, as well as summer camps, according to a release for the event. The school’s philosophy is derived from the book Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature.

  • Reconnect With Nature At Family Fun Day

    Last year’s first Family Fun Day, through Two Coyotes Wilderness School at Sticks and Stones Farm, saw many families with children enjoying an afternoon reconnecting with nature.