CEEP Safari Camp #1 – Native inhabitants, culture and customs – Day 2
March 26 @ 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM$5.00
Safari Camp Day 2! Learning about the indigenous people of the area.
Give students an exciting and fun Spring Break in the outdoors of Redlands with a comprehensive hands-on programs, 4 days long. Students in grades Kindergarten to High School get involved in the science of the environment, the history of our indigenous people, and how to discover animals and plants that have lived here for centuries. All materials and tools are provided on site. A fee of only $5/student is asked to compensate for snacks, water, and materials.
On day 2 of the first Safari Edition of the year, March 26th, students will be learning about the indigenous people of the area.
Sign up for one or all of the classes!
Limited seating: 25 students + one or two parents/guardians
Snacks, lunch, and water are provided. Wear sturdy, closed toe shoes, long pants, sunscreen, and layers of clothes to accommodate the changing weather. Be prepared to get dirty on most days.
Registration is important! Please, do not register your child/children if there is a possibility they will not attend.
For additional information contact Kathy Havert 909-815-6368 or firstname.lastname@example.org