Har-Ber Village Museum Grove OK


Home School Day
Friday, Sept  28, 2018, 9am to 2pm

This event is completely booked.

We are no longer taking reservations for this day!

The types of activities that are being planned for this day MAY include the following depending on our volunteer availability:

Blacksmith demonstration
Printing at the Print Shop
Dipping Candles
Weaving
Natural Dyes
Herb and/or Heritage Garden
Planting a Garden Glove
Thaumatropes
Nature Trail Walk
Natural History Activity Room
Owl Pellet Dissection Demo
Observing Seeds
Dissecting Flowers
Root Observations
STEM Activities:
    Marble Run
    MakeyMakey
    GAK and FLOAM
    Catapults
    Electronics Dismantle


Explore the science behind pioneer  activities such as  black smithing, weaving, printing and dipping candles. Nature and ecology can be experiencd on our new Nature Trail  and in the Natural History Room as well as at the herb and heirloom gardens.  STEM challenges will be included in the day as well.  

There is a special admission rate for BOTH adults and students for those that register ahead of time by calling Paula @ 918-786-6446.  Co-op group leaders please call NOW to get your group on the list. Registration numbers can be updated closer to the event. 
No registrations will be taken after September 21st so that we have time to prepare enough supplies for everyone.

The Picnic Pavilion will be available free of charge for those wanting to brown bag their lunch.  For co-ops or groups that might be interested in box lunches from the Cafe at Har-Ber Village CALL Nicole @ 918-787-7617 to arrange for those in advance.  The cafe will be open that day if any families wish to order from the menu.

Our Country Store will be open to families wanting to shop that day; however, we would encourage no more than 20 shopping at any one time.

IMPORTANT ITEMS TO BRING THAT DAY: 

We encourage each family to bring a tote bag to aid in carrying items made at the hands-on stations and a blanket as the  pavilion may be crowded at lunch but there is ample lawn space for picnicking.  


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