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Fall Touch Football

The “big field” is a great place to try out your football skills after a day at school. Mr. John leads his crew in a scrimmage after snack and group time.

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Come Visit Us Oct. 14 & 15

You never know who is going to stop by Haverty Hollow. This heron was photographed in the Fall of 2015 and is one of many natural visitors to Haverty Hollow’s 4-acre property bordered by Nancy Creek.

We hope the weather will be hospitable again in mid-October this year, when we’ll offer extended days on Monday, Oct. 14 and Tuesday, Oct. 15 when many schools are closed. We will offer our usual mix of indoor and outdoor activities, from organized games to science and art projects or music games, tumbling or acting out a story, complete with costumes. The children get to choose what they’d like to do. There is also ample time for free play inside the cabin or on the multi-level playground. We’ll be open 8am – 6pm. Just bring a lunch!

You can register to attend by completing the form under the leaves graphic at left and mailing it to us with your $30 annual registration fee; childcare hours are priced at $8/child/hour. We serve ages 4 – 11 during holiday camps.

Hope to see you soon!

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Happy Halloween from Haverty Hollow and “Frank”!

Halloween is coming, and one of our Haverty Hollow traditions is putting together “Frank” to greet the cars coming up the driveway!


“Frank” and some of his after school friend creators

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Meet Bella!

After losing our sweet rabbit, Clover, to cancer last June, we are happy to welcome a new bunny, Bella, to the nature porch! Bella was given to us by the Boden family of Buckhead. She’s a beautiful addition to our nature porch. 

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Earth Day Festival 2018

Dane van Dam, Henry Hughes, Carter LaGuire and Chanhee Park pose with Ms. Lisa to display the first, second and third place winning entries in HH’s 2018 Earth Day Festival, held April 23. The After School Program celebrates Earth Day every year with games that culminate in the traditional poster contest, where everyone votes for the best representation of what Earth Day means to them. 

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Preschoolers Enjoy Their Snack In a Field of Flowers

On a beautiful April Thursday a group of the afternoon preschoolers walked down to the big field with Ms. Lisa, to take their snack among the buttercups.


Tyler Trammell, Eva Jane Turner, Lucy Hazlett, Griffin Farrell, Graeme Foster and Nicholas Wade pick buttercups to take home later.

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