Easter Atmosphere at the Nature Centre of Häme
Spring is here again and now it’s time for Easter activities.
To celebrate Easter, there will be fun playful tasks, independent hobbycrafts and of course outdoor activities in the nature. The event takes place at the nature centre of Häme in Tammela from Good Friday to Sunday 14th-16th of April from 10 AM to 4 PM. The trails of the area are waiting to be roamed. Also a real Easter bunny will drop by.
You can bring your whole family along to spend a nice day at the nature centre.
Little kids can do hobbycrafts and participate in seekings and quizzes throughout the whole event.
Colourful Easter eggs have been hidden in the nature centre – how many will you be able to find? Also little chicks are waiting to be found.
In the nature trail that is located near to the nature centre, everyone can put their nature knowledge in test in a spring quiz. While getting some fresh air, one can sit down in a nearby lean-to to observe signs of spring.
The nature centre will also have some special guests.
On Saturday the 15th at 11-12 and 1-2 PM there will be a real female bunny called Hertta whom the visitors can come to marvel. Simultaneously it is possible to hear about the owner’s experience of caring for a pet bunny. The nature centre’s own bunny, Jalo, will come to spread good mood and chat with kids on Sunday the 16th from 11 AM to 2 PM.
On all days of the event, people can go to the nature centre’s auditorium to get to know Ella the squirrel who observes the nature and her living environment. The 13-minutes-lasting DVD presentation will familiarise children absorbingly with signs of spring.
In the permanent exhibition called Kurjen huuto (Crane’s Shriek), everyone can take a peek in the highmoor’s spring. What does the springy moor hide within itself?
In addition to the Kurjen huuto exhibition, there is a thought-provoking exhibition called Metsäkansa (Nature People). Ivar Ekström’s photographs and photo captions lead the viewer to the everyday life of Finns 100 years ago.
Café will be open throughout the whole event. The entrance is free of charge.