Kids 8 and up can learn how squids make their ink and how these fascinating creatures work in a weekly class at the Delaware Seashore State Park.


Kids 8 and up can learn how squids make their ink and how these fascinating creatures work in a weekly class at the Delaware Seashore State Park. Participants will each receive their own squid specimen to examine and a park interpreter will be there to guide the class through the dissection process.  Not only will participants gain an understanding of how the squid moves, feeds, and reproduces, but at the conclusion of the class, their study specimens will be deep-fried for an afternoon calamari snack!

The class will be held every Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. from June 21 – August 16. The fee for this program is $8 per person and is suitable for ages 8 and up.  Space and materials are limited so call 227-6991 to pre-register .