Make Mother’s Day Memories at Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District!

Plan a special Mother’s day (May 8th) at one of MWCD’s parks: Atwood, Tappan, Charles Mill & Seneca all are perfect settings for Moms this May!

Enjoying the Outdoors is brought to you in partnership with Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District

Thanks Mom:

  • For helping plan school lunches (packing or putting money in the account).
  • For reminding to charge the devices.
  • For signing school forms, organizing the house, managing emotions, parties, playdates, bedtime routines and trips.

This Mother’s Day:

  • The family is packing everything, including food for the weekend.
  • The family is setting aside devices for conversation.
  • All the paperwork has been filled out so Mom can relax in nature’s beauty with the family, and some time alone!
  • The family has reserved a boat to enjoy the park from a different perspective and even packed fishing gear.
  • The family will thank you and reminisce about all of the planning you have done for us and how thankful we are.

👆🏼The Family wants to Make Memories with Mom and complete a BINGO line!

👇🏼Choose a nearby MWCD Park to visit this Mother’s Day!

Atwood Lake Mother’s Day Events:

10-11am            Nature Center Open & Mother’s Day Craft – Celebrate Mom, Grandma, Aunt, or any special lady in your life with sweet treat craft at the Nature Center. Drop in any time 10-11:30am. Craft is while supplies last.

12-2pm           Spikeball, Cornhole, and Kan Jam – Hang out with Mom and the whole family for a day of outdoor fun. Learn a new game or challenge someone to a showdown! Meet at the sports courts area.

3-5pm Traveling Naturalist & Kids Craft – Watch for our program staff traveling through the camp area with a craft kit to make your own butterfly!

Charles Mill Lake Mother’s Day Events:

Friday, May 6

7:30pm          Mother’s Day Bingo – Fun for the whole family! Come to Messerly Recreation Center and enjoy a night of bingo and Mother’s Day Treats. Who will win the grand prize?      

Saturday, May 7

9-10:30am       Breakfast with Mom – or the special person for you! Enjoy breakfast casserole, sausage gravy, pancakes, donuts, fruit, and drinks. All moms eat free! Adults are $3.00 and children are $2.00; cash only.

1:30-3pm         Hayrides – Take a hayride with the special lady in your life! Meet at Messerly Recreation Center.

3-4pm               Scavenger Walk – Meet at Eagle Point Shelter. Take a walk and look for items, then win prizes!

7:30pm          Derby Night – Spend the evening with family friendly games, including derby trivia, derby races, and more. Meet at the Messerly Recreation Center.

Seneca Lake Park

Saturday, May 7, 2022

9-11am         Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast (Park Side) – Join us at Park Side Shelter #2 and enjoy a pancake breakfast overlooking the lake. First come, first served.

12-1pm         Mother’s Day Craft (Park Side) – Make a present for the special lady in your life! We will have all the supplies to make a handprint planter. Available while supplies last at Park Side Shelter #2.

2-4pm          Traveling Kids Craft (Marina Point) – Look for our program staff traveling around camp area with a button bracelet craft kit for kids!

Tappan Lake Park

Saturday, May 7, 2022

10am-12pm     Traveling Naturalist & Kids Craft – Watch for our program staff traveling through the camp area with a craft kit to make your own butterfly!

1pm & 2pm      Mother’s Day Pontoon Ride for Campers – Open to Seasonal Campers only, this event is for all mothers of Tappan Lake Park to join us for a pontoon ride! Spots are limited so be sure to register at the park office.

3pm   Mother’s Day Pontoon Ride – Open to everyone! Celebrate Mother’s Day with the special lady in your life on a pontoon ride! $5 per person; space is limited so be sure to register at https://mwcd.ticketleap.com.

 

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Responsible stewards dedicated to providing the benefits of flood reduction, conservation and recreation in the Muskingum River Watershed. The MWCD is the largest conservancy district in the state and led the effort to construct 14 dams and reservoirs. The MWCD has jurisdiction for its operations in all or portions of an 18-county area. The 18 counties wholly or partially contained in the MWCD jurisdiction are Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes, Harrison, Knox, Licking, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Richland, Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne, and Washington.

Mrs TAZ- Reporting Mother’s Day MWCD

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