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Natural Easter Egg Dyeing

Your kitchen is full of natural dyes. Common food items such as tea, coffee and beets can be used to transform plain white eggs into colorful Easter creations. Kids will especially love discovering all the different colors they can create. Come in and experiment with the homemade dyes we made and then take them home and let them experiment using hard-boiled eggs and bowls of cold dyes of your own!

Pre-registration is required. Please register each individual separately. Spaces (and supplies) are limited, and will be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis.

 

Participants are expected to provide your own hard-boiled eggs. We will not have a supply of extra eggs for you to dye.

These dyes were all homemade from fresh, natural ingredients. There will be a $5 charge per dozen eggs to help off-set the cost of the supplies needed to cook these dyes from scratch. Cash or check are acceptable, no credit cards will be accepted. Fees will be collected at the start of the program.

 

This program will be held at the Marina Visitor Center (all registrants will be notified in case of a location change or program cancellation).

 

DIRECTIONS TO MARINA VISITOR CENTER FROM THE PARK OFFICE:

Google Coordinates for Marina Visitor Center: 40.469498, -75.225085

  • 1. From the park office parking lot, head northeast by turning right onto Route 563/ Mountain View Drive.
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  • 2. Proceed 0.8 miles to Harrisburg School Road and turn right.
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  • 3. Proceed 0.3 miles to the stop sign (entering the park) and turn left.
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  • 4. Proceed 0.2 miles on Harrisburg School Rd until you reach the stop sign at the base of the hill. The building in front of you is the marina office.
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  • 5. Turn either left or right at the stop sign and park in one of the lots directly to the side of the marina office.
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  • For persons with mobility issues or those that require ADA access, please contact the park office at (215)529-7300 to arrange accommodations.

 

For more information, please email Rebekah at rsheeler@pa.gov  

Sí, hablamos español! (Para recibir información en español sobre los programas que se ofrecen en Nockamixon State Park, por favor escriba a la Especialista de Educacion Ambiental por email a RA-nrspnockenved@pa.gov o llame a (215)529-7307.)  

Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Nockamixon State Park
1542 Mountain View Dr., Quakertown, PA 18951-5732

Bureau

State Parks

Region

South, East

Target Audience

Children, Families

Cost

$5

Exact Location

Marina Visitor Center

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