NATURAL PLAYGROUND AT WILLIAMSBURG REGIONAL LIBRARY’S JAMES CITY COUNTY LIBRARY
The second phase of the wildly popular Kiwanis Kids Idea Studio at James City County Library, created through a partnership between the Friends of WRL and the Colonial Capital, Toano, and Williamsburg Kiwanis Clubs, will bring this innovative play and learning area to the outdoors in a way that stimulates children’s imagination, cognitive skills, and development in a natural environment.
Share the best parts of your childhood with the next generation.
What is a natural playground? If you have childhood memories of climbing trees, digging in sand, building forts, and letting your imagination run free in the great outdoors, then you’ll recognize all the elements you loved in this new outdoor space. Designed by nationally acclaimed designer Ron King of the Natural Playgrounds Company, this outdoor space will give children of all ages the opportunity to get all the health and developmental benefits* of natural play right in the backyard of your public library.
Join us and help make this project come to life. Please consider making a gift today to give children and their families the opportunity to experience the benefits and joy of this special new public playground.
Find out below how to contribute or learn more about naming opportunities for some of the wonderful playground elements.
*Read more below on the importance of playing in nature.