Family Workshop at Plains Conservation Center: People of the Plains
This program is geared towards children in 3rd-5th grade but all ages are welcome! Explore the differences and similarities between the plains Native Americans and prairie homesteaders in the 1800s. We will compare artifacts and use them to make a timeline to better understand the changes in materials and cultures in 19th century Colorado.
Family Workshops at Plains Conservation Center offer families a fun, hands-on guided opportunity to learn about the prairie and the people, plants and animals that live or have lived on the prairie. Workshops include a guided exploration of the topic and a project for adults and children to create together. This workshop is designed for families with children ages 7-12
Price: $12 per person
Audience: Families with children ages 7-12
Location: Plains Conservation Center, 21901 E. Hampden Avenue, Aurora, CO 80013
Registration Instructions: Pre-registration is required. Program registration will not be available onsite.