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Nature Storytime for Sprouts at Duke Farms

Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage for snacks and activities and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Benaiah Chan, 2, of Piscataway, looks for signs of spring on a nature walk during Duke Farms' Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Duke Farms' Joanne Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Benaiah Chan, 2, of Piscataway, AJ Melone, 2, of Somerville, Keilah Chan, 6, of Piscataway, Gianna Melone, 5, of Somerville, and Benaiah Chan, 2, of Piscataway, look for signs of spring on a nature walk during Duke Farms' Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Duke Farms' Joanne Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Fiona Stanio, 5, of Highland Park, Lyla Stanio, 5, of Highland Park, Gianna Melone, 5, of Somerville, and Keilah Chan, 6, of Piscataway, look for signs of spring on a nature walk during Duke Farms' Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Duke Farms' Joanne Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Benaiah Chan, 2, of Piscataway, AJ Melone, 2, of Somerville, Keilah Chan, 6, of Piscataway, and Gianna Melone, 5, of Somerville, look for signs of spring on a nature walk during Duke Farms' Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Duke Farms' Joanne Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms held its Nature Storytime for Sprouts on Apr. 25, where educator Joanne Hughes taught the children about mothers and their babies. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage and were then read stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Fiona Stanio, 5, of Highland Park, looks for signs of spring on a nature walk during Duke Farms' Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Duke Farms' Joanne Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
Duke Farms Educator Joanne Hughes teaches Fiona Stanio, 5, of Highland Park, and AJ Melone, 2, of Somerville, about signs of spring on a nature walk during the Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.
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