Gather your family and pick up your Passport to Adventure for the Interpretive Site Coalition of Kansas City’s annual event at the Ernie Miller Nature Center or at any of more than 20 other sites in the metro area beginning March 30.
Passport to Adventure is a great way for area residents to experience nature, science, and history in their own backyard. The event is meant to encourage the public to visit area nature centers, museums, and historic sites between March 30 and Oct. 31.
This year’s event will kick off from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, at the Olathe Bass Pro Shop, 12051 Bass Pro Drive, Olathe. Participants can pick up their 2019 passport, visit booths from participating facilities, see live animals, and participate in hands-on activities. To find this program in the My JCPRD Activities catalog and online listings, browse first under special events and then under fun for all. In the catalog and when using the website’s advanced search, look for the keywords “nature & outdoors.”
The Passport to Adventure program is free, although some sites charge regular admission to their facilities. Participants can also obtain a passport at any of the sites. Passport holders have until Oct. 31 to get their passport stamped at participating sites in order to be eligible for prizes. For a complete list of participating sites for 2019, visit kcpassport.com.
The Interpretive Site Coalition of Kansas City is a nonprofit organization made up of historical, natural, and cultural interpretive sites throughout the Kansas City area. The Ernie Miller Nature Center is owned and operated by the Johnson County Park and Recreation District.
For more information about Passport to Adventure or the kickoff event, call the Ernie Miller Nature Center at (913) 826-2800.