KLT hosting winter classes, programs

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SANDPOINT — Kaniksu Land Trust has announced its programs and classes for this winter.

KLT will offer a Winter Fun Day for children ages 8-12 and an Adult WildCrafting event, as well as two sessions of their ongoing WildCrafting after-school program.

• Winter Fun Day will offer local kids the chance to spend a day exploring the joy of snowy play, including snowshoeing and tubing at Schweitzer’s Hermit’s Hollow. This program will take place Jan. 4 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., lunch and snacks will be provided. The mini-camp is open to children ages 8-12 and costs $25 per participant. To sign up, visit kaniksu.org.

• KLT’s WildCrafting program is designed to teach participants how to use their hands to create a variety of nature-based crafts.This winter KLT will offer two five-week sessions of our youth after-school WildCrafting, as well as an Adult WildCrafting Evening.

Youth sessions are Jan. 15-Feb. 13 and Feb. 26-March 27. Sessions are one day a week and cost $35. For more details visit kaniksu.org, or call 208-263-9471. Adult WildCrafting will take place on Jan. 11, from 5-8 p.m. at the Winter Ridge Education building, cost is $25. Participants will be able to try their hands at several crafts. Class fees include snacks and beverages. 21 and over only. Registration is available now at kaniksu.org.

Information: Cami, Kaniksu Land Trust, 208-263-9471 or emailing cami@kaniksu.org

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