Eco Adventure Children's Program

Daily to Thursday, July 18, 2019 12:30 PM

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Children ages 7-11 are invited to come and experience wonder through nature exploration, art, gardening, play, music, dance and storytelling on the beautiful grounds of Rolling Ridge.

During our interactive days together, experienced program leaders and trained Eco-guides will lead groups of young learners through the various eco-systems at the Ridge and instill an appreciation of God’s gift of nature. 

Do you love nature?  Do you love working with kids?  Consider serving as an Eco-Guide during Eco-Adventure.  Eco-Guides must be 15 years or older, and will work with experienced program leaders in facilitating activities and leading a small group of children to the various stations.  Application and Reference forms below.

Volunteer Application
Volunteer Reference Form

About the leader(s)

Karen Kilty


Karen Kilty is the Program Coordinator of the Center of Spirituality and Leadership at Rolling Ridge. She is a Spiritual Director, yoga leader, Holistic Massage and Polarity Therapist , and director of Children’s Ministries at Old North Church in Marblehead.  With an understanding of body, mind and spirit she is prepared to companion those who seek a deepening of faith and an awareness of self .  Karen has been leading a New Day Yoga in Danvers, MA for 7 years.   
 

Emily Strong



Emily is the Director of the Giving Garden at Rolling Ridge, which brings together volunteers of all ages and faiths to grow fresh, healthy vegetables for food pantries in the Greater Lawrence area. The Giving Garden is coordinated by South Church in Andover.  Emily is also a maintenance groundskeeper at Rolling Ridge, making what is already beautiful MORE beautiful.

Denise Turcotte


Denise Turcotte is currently coordinator of the Justice and Environment Mission Group of the Sisters of Holy Cross.   A naturalist and environmental educator, Denise received her Masters at Antioch University and attended the New Cosmology and Earth Literacy Program at Genesis Farm.  She taught Ecology and other Earth related courses at Notre Dame College, Manchester, NH. for 25 years, worked for New Hampshire Audubon, and was  director of New Dawn Earth Center in Cumberland, RI for 6 years. Denise is most at home amidst nature and empowering others to become more aware of the interconnectedness of all life.