The Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City will continue to offer a limited schedule of free public programs in August. All programs will either take place outdoors or will be offered virtually in order to ensure public safety in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The nature center has released its program schedule for the month of August at short.mdc.mo.gov/ZPf. Most programs require registration in advance, and space is limited.
To protect the health and safety of visitors and staff at the nature center, total building occupancy will be limited to 50 people at any time. During busy times, some visitors may need to wait outside until other guests exit the building. Visitors will need to use enter- and exit-only doors, and should bring their own drinking water, as drinking fountains will be out of service. Guests must practice physical distancing and frequent handwashing. Guests should also wear a mask covering their mouth and nose while inside the nature center.
~See more in the Boone County Journal~