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Road Scholar: Intergenerational - Exploring Woods and Waters of the Northwoods

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Intergenerational Program:
Exploring Woods & Waters of the Northwoods

July 21-26, 2013 (Ages 10-12)
August 4-9, 2013 (Ages 10-12)

Program #18555
Explore the forests and waterways of the Northwoods with your grandchild(ren) (ages 10-12) as you gain experience with outdoor skills. Learn to canoe, then paddle into aquatic ecosystems; hike into the vast forested landscape of northern Wisconsin to see what it contains; and learn the vital survival skill of building a fire; orient yourself with a map and compass and shoot a bow and arrow. Study the nighttime world of owls and head into the field at night in search of them; then make paper and play lumber jack games as you explore Wisconsin's logging history. Creat a dream catcher to learn about the culture of the Native American Ojibwe people; make an original leaf-printed t-shirt and a plaster cast of an animal track to take home, view a picturesque waterfall and so much more!

  Per Adult Per Child
1 Adult, 1 Child $598 $523
2 Adults, 1 Child $548 $523
2 Adults, 2 Children $535 $523

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration

The national ROAD SCHOLAR program requires all participants to register for any program with the national office in Boston, Massachusetts. 1-877-426-8056.
However, we would be glad to help with registration or answer any specific questions you might have about our program or facilities. Call us at 715-479-6456 or send us an email: 
Road Scholar programs.

To register and receive a complete ROAD SCHOLAR catalog contact:
ROAD SCHOLARS 

11 Avenue de Lafayette

Boston, MA   02111-1746

1-877-426-8056
www.roadscholar.org

We look forward to hosting you for what we think is one of the most interesting, educational, and fun ROAD SCHOLAR offerings anywhere!

For more information on Trees For Tomorrow's Road Scholar programs, contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Trees For Tomorrow's Road Scholar Program Coordinator at 715-479-6456 X232 or download the Trees For Tomorrow 2012 Road Scholar Program Brochure.

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Location : Eagle River, WI
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