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Hands-on / History Camp programs are held monthly at Ft Caspar or the Trails Center

Fremont Ferret
Posted on 01/15/2020

Hands-on / History Camp Programs 
One Saturday a month, from 10:00 to 11:30 am
at either Fort Caspar or the Trails Center
FREE


Valentines & Victorian Games at Fort Caspar

February 8th, 10:00 ‘til 11:30 am

Class size is limited; pre-registration is advised.

Make old-fashioned Valentines and play Victorian games.


Telegraph / The Talking Wire at the Trails Center
March 14th, 10:00 ‘til 11:30

Class size is limited; pre-registration is advised.

Learn about the Telegraph.

THERE WILL BE NO CLASS IN APRIL

Homesteading & Letters to Mom at Fort Caspar

May 2nd, 10:00 ‘til 11:30 am

Class size is limited; pre-registration is advised.

Learn what it was like to be a homesteader and write a pretend letter home to mom about it.


Gold Panning at Trails Center

June 13th, 10:00 ‘til 11:30 am

Class size is limited; pre-registration is advised.

Learn some techniques for panning gold and try panning yourself!

Folklore Fun at Fort Caspar

July 11th, 10:00 ‘til 11:30 am

Class size is limited; pre-registration is advised.

Trail Site Visit at Trails Center

August 8th, 10:00 ‘til 11:30 am

Class size is limited; pre-registration is advised.

 

 

Sign-up Information  

 

Class size is limited so please sign up in advance by calling Fort Caspar Museum at 307-235-8462 or the National Historic Trails Center at 307-261-7780.   To save time, print out and complete of the registration form (both sides) for all participants; bring forms with you to the first class you attend:  FORM

Students 2nd grade and up may attend the classes unaccompanied by an adult.

Giving us a heads-up helps us prepare, plan and budget our materials and time, allowing us to pass these savings on to you.


 For registration and class information, please contact:
Patricia Ruppert at Fort Caspar
  pruppert@casperwy.gov  or 307-235-8462
OR
Stacey Moore at the Historic Trails Center, samoore@blm.gov or 307-261-7780.