Nature valentines

Joe Dickmann of Chardon helps his daughter Tessa, 4, make a nature-inspired valentine at the Donald W. Meyer Center of Big Creek Park in Chardon as Charlie, 6, far right, works diligently on his own card. Geauga Park District Naturalist Nora Sindelar, not pictured, hosted the “Timbertots: Nature Valentines” workshop on Valentine’s Day. Following the craft, participants took to the outdoors to explore one of the park’s nine trails for a snowy adventure.

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