Littleton Parks, Recreation and Community Education
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P&R Adventures 2
Instructor: Victoria Rouleau
Bachelor of Environmental Science with a minor in Climate Change and Sustainability
Graduated from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2019 where I studied Environmental Science and worked as a preschool teacher for 5 years. I gained experience, while attending Central Catholic High School, as an Assistant Program Director at a subsidized afterschool and summer program . A little bit about me, I love working with kids and I am looking forward to combining my passion for the environment with my teaching experiences. I am in the process of hiking all 48 of the “4000 footers” in the White Mountain ranges and getting a patch of completion (5 down 43 more to go). I am outdoorsy, outgoing, and ready to explore the town of Littleton!

Each week will consist of a different excursion into nature around Littleton! We are eliminating van usage for this round of adventures and adopting a drop off and pickup at trip location this session. You must be able to drop off and pickup your child from our location that week in order to enroll in this program.  

Littleton Parks, Recreation, and Community Education
Today the amount of time kids spend outside is alarmingly low—only minutes per day—while screen time is at an all-time high!
Littleton Parks, Recreation, and Community Education offers an Outdoor Adventure Course where we will discover nature close to home! This program is designed for supervised environmental exploration - We aim to explore the great outdoors while creating a positive learning environment.
Oceanographer Don Walsh said, “Exploration is curiosity put into action.” For a few hours of the day The Outdoor Adventure Course seeks to enrich your child’s curiosity about the outdoors. Keep in mind each hands-on learning experience will be modified depending on the child’s age level and applicable session time…

Grades K-5 Session: 10 AM – 12 PM    Grades 6-8 Session: 12 PM – 2 PM
COST: $125R/ $135NR

What to do in The Great Outdoors?
October 2 Isaac Davis Trail

 Known as the Acton Trail - a historic trail running east–west in the towns of Acton and Concord, Massachusetts. In 1775 it was used by Captain Isaac Davis and the Acton Minutemen to march on Concord during the battles of Lexington and Concord. Let’s explore!

  • Hiking day

  • Hiking gear and a historical read!


October16 Mass Audubon's Nashoba Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
Let’s get crafty about foliage!

    • Fall poems and arts and crafts

    • Different sizes and shapes of tree leaves (maple, oak, hackberry, mulberry… whatever we can find)

    • colored paper (lightweight/thin)crayons or oil pastels

    NO PROGRAM 10/23

October 30 Witches Woods
Scary stories, and stories about compost! What is biodegradable?

  • “Scary” story or book

  • Compost discussion

November 6 Nashua River Rail Trail
Have you ever thought about how many layers of soil there are?

  • Auger exploration – Auger

  • Soil chart for granular and color comparison

  • Layers of Soil

 November 13 Bumble Bee Park

  • Leisurely hike of the last session day

  • Donuts or pizza

Take a look at our adventures from the last few years!!!
Spring 2019 
Fall 2018

If your child does not have medical records on file at the Parks and Rec office, please fill them out here:

If a day is canceled due to inclement weather, we will schedule a makeup date that works for everyone. If a makeup date cannot be scheduled we will proceed with our department refund policy:
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