FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – On Feb. 3, students from Cornerstone School’s Eco-Eagles after school environmental education program visited Cedar Hill Enrichment Center.
Cedar Hill Enrichment Center is set on 17 acres in the northern part of the county and offers organizations, groups, adults and children field trip and retreat opportunities, as well as wellness, healthy living and garden programs.
During their visit, the children explored and learned about the center’s labyrinth, meditation gazebo, red wiggler worms, solar oven and hand-built adobe oven.
Cedar Hill is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday and Monday by appointment.
For more, call Kat Stratton at 770-887-0051 or visit www.discovercedarhill.org.