Monthly Newsletter: November 2021
What is happening at Rock Hollow Woods?

Exciting things around the corner


Virtual Silent Auction: December 10th - 12th

Rock Hollow Woods will be holding another Virtual Silent Auction again this December! We have wonderful baskets and items that you can win just in time for the holidays. Keep them for yourself or share them with loved ones.

The online silent auction will will be held on Facebook starting on Friday, December 10th at 5:00 p.m. and closing Sunday, December 12th at 5:00 p.m.

Proceeds from this silent auction will help provide scholarships, purchase materials for programs, allow for program expansion, and so much more. Thank you for helping Rock Hollow Woods’ future dreams become today’s realities!


Holiday and Christmas Creations- December 4th, 2021; 1:00-4:30 p.m.

Holiday and Christmas Creations is a three and a half hour program. Participants will enjoy a hike in the great outdoors and visit various stations to make holiday wreaths, ornaments, cards, and/or decorations.

*Register before Saturday, November 20th and receive a $5 discount!
Appropriate for children presently in 2nd through 8th grades) 



Homeschool Happenings offered on Wednesdays in November and December

Homeschool Happenings is an authentic nature-based program that focuses on environmental studies combined with social-emotional learning and team building. Students will explore nature and learn about the changes of the season while also discovering skills for collaboration, self-love, and personal advocacy. Monthly sessions are offered throughout the year. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SIGN UP TODAY!

In October we enjoyed a variety of educational programs.

Toddler Time on the Trail, Homeschool Happenings, Nature Pre-K, an Alvernia University service project, an Owl Prowl, a YVC service project, and Fall Family Fun Day.


Owl Prowl Evening


Fall Family Fun Day


Toddler Time on the Trail


Nature Pre-K Program


Homeschool Happenings


Alvernia University - Pollinator Garden Service Project


Youth Volunteer Corps Bridge Service Project

Gratitude Corner


We are so grateful for the many ways you continue to support Rock Hollow Woods Environmental Learning Center!

Thank you to this month's donors: Joanne Bishop, Ellyn Longacre, Doug Metcalfe & Brian Lahmann, and David Thun.

Thank you for the gifts that are being used at Rock Hollow Woods: Amy Langman, Bekah Sheeler, and Noah Zeitz.

Thank you for the amazing volunteers who help at Rock Hollow Woods: 
~Ken and Cyndy Hasz and Mike Shifflet for helping with trail maintenance on the property.

~Diane Velkoff, Elizabeth Marks, and Jean McCarney for continuing to paint our water runoff landscapes.

~Students from Alvernia University Holleran Center, Jan and Mike Slater, Amy Langman, and Michelle Zeitz for preparing the meadow for a pollinator garden and removing invasive species along some trails.

~Youth Volunteer Corps of Reading, Christi Terefenko, Jean and Jim McCarney for working on a bridge in the wetlands.

~Ryan Hoover for updating our Rock Hollow Woods map and keeping our graphic design fresh and beautiful.

~Bekah Sheeler for sharing her owl knowledge with our Nature Pre-K program and the participants of the Owl Prowl

~Karen Zueno for helping at the acorn craft station during Fall Family Fun Day.


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