Reading with Rangers at Oxford Public Library
Nottingham County Park is partnering with Oxford Public Library to bring nature to the Library and books to the Park! Park Rangers will be in the Oxford Public Library's Story Time Room to share a nature-themed book and related craft during the regular pre-school story time on:
Monday, March 31, 10:30 AM
Wednesday, April 2, 10:30 AM
Thursday, April 3, 12:30 PM
These three times will be identical sessions, so please choose one session. Registration is not mandatory, but greatly appreciated for planning. Please call the park office at 610-932-2589.
Be sure to join us at the park on Thursday, May 22 for the Story Time Field Trip “Ugly Bug Hunt”.
The first Chester County Park, Nottingham County Park, was dedicated in September 1963. Read a staff member's recollection of how "It All Began at Nottingham".
Today, concrete foundation piers from a placer chromite processing plant are visible beside Black Run. The plant was built during World War I for the recovery of placer chromite, probably for munitions.