Tag: Children

Little School on the Prairie Summer Camp 2019

Come experience the life of a Johnson County student at the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.
Dates: June 24 – 28, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Location:  1876 Coralville School House
Ages:  entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2019

Support for this program is provided by:

Community Foundation of Johnson County

Registration for 2019 is full! Thank you for your interest in Little School on the Prairie!

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Season Opening Celebration at Plum Grove

Looking for something fun to do with the family this Memorial Day weekend? Get out of the house and get to the Season Opening Celebration at Plum Grove! Family-friendly activities will engage children and adults of any age.

 

This event will be riddled with clues to the past! Follow the clues around beautiful Plum Grove to learn fun (and sometimes crazy) facts about the Lucases, their home, and their life together.

RIDDLE COMPETITION! Submit your favorite riddles on the form provided by JCHS. Submit the riddles by 5 p.m. The JCHS’s favorites will be published on our Facebook page and our next newsletter!

 

 

 

The Master Gardeners will be giving tours of the 1840-era gardens that produce beautiful blooms every year. Visit Plum Grove and tour Friendly Lucas’ Flower Garden, Wildflower Garden, and Kitchen Garden.

Little School on the Prairie Summer Camp 2018

Come experience the life of an 1876 Johnson County student in the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.
Dates: June 18 – 22, 1pm – 5pm
Location:  1876 Coralville School House
Ages: 
entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2018
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Little School on the Prairie Summer Camp 2018

Come experience the life of an 1876 Johnson County student in the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.
Dates: June 18 – 22, 1pm – 5pm
Location:  1876 Coralville School House
Ages: 
entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2018
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Little School on the Prairie Summer Camp 2018

Come experience the life of an 1876 Johnson County student in the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.
Dates: June 18 – 22, 1pm – 5pm
Location:  1876 Coralville School House
Ages: 
entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2018
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Little School on the Prairie Summer Camp 2018

Come experience the life of an 1876 Johnson County student in the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.
Dates: June 18 – 22, 1pm – 5pm
Location:  1876 Coralville School House
Ages: 
entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2018
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Little School on the Prairie Summer Camp 2018

Come experience the life of an 1876 Johnson County student in the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.
Dates: June 18 – 22, 1pm – 5pm
Location:  1876 Coralville School House
Ages: 
entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2018
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Pumpkin Carving Party

Please join Take A Kid Outdoors (TAKO) on Saturday, October 21st from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Johnson County Poor Farm (located near Chatham Oaks) for our Annual Pumpkin Carving Event. We have plenty of carving kits, paint, pumpkin patterns, and supplies. Bring your own pumpkin or carve one of ours!

Before we can have pumpkins, we need to remember that the plants’ roots need to eat first! And what they’re eating is … THE SOIL! Come and have fun exploring compost and checking out the “Worm Wagon”.

For this event, we are partnering with Grow: Johnson County, the Johnson County Historical Society, and the City of Iowa City. Sponsors include New Pioneer Co-Op and Wilson’s Orchard.

Lunch will be served at 11:30 AM and we will have some hot apple cider and roasted pumpkin seeds to share!

Participants should dress to get muddy. Dress in layers and be prepared for a range of weather conditions. Bring a hat, work gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellant, drinking water, and any other items you may need to be comfortable in the outdoors. Participants are encouraged to bring a digital camera and/or binoculars.

Please help us reduce waste by bringing a water bottle, plates, silverware and other lunch items. This event is FREE and OPEN to the public. Advance registration is requested, but not required. Questions about the event can be directed to TAKO Executive Director, Judy Joyce at (319)-358-2542 or by e-mail at judy@takeakidoutoors.org . 

Summer Camp: Fossils, Flowers, Birds, and Beyond

Explore Iowa’s natural history and learn how to conserve for the future with hands-on activities! Guest speakers will discuss nature-themed topics throughout the week. Campers will discover the natural world in a new way while enjoying games and crafts at the 1876 Coralville Schoolhouse.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of Johnson County.Community Foundation of Johnson County

Dates: June 26 – 30, 1pm – 5pm
Ages:  entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2017
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the camp registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Child's Name : Child's DOB :
Last School : Grade Completed :

Name of Parent/Guardian : Email Address :
Address : City/State/Zip :
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Summer Camp: Little School on the Prairie

Come experience the life of an 1876 Johnson County student in the Coralville schoolhouse! Campers are invited to dress in period clothing while they participate in lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities that follow the 1876 theme.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of Johnson County.Community Foundation of Johnson County

Dates: June 12 – 16, 1pm – 5pm
Ages:  entering grades 2 – 6 in fall 2017
Registration Options:  Space is limited so be sure to register early! There are two options to register.

  1. Download, print, and mail the camp registration form (PDF) with payment.
  2. Register online using the form below and follow instructions to pay online.

Note:  your registration is not complete until payment is received.

For more information email Becky Dewing.

Child's Name : Child's DOB :
Last School : Grade Completed :

Name of Parent/Guardian : Email Address :
Address : City/State/Zip :
Day Phone : Evening Phone :
Anything else you'd like us to know? :
Prove you're not a robot :


Please click the Submit button. The page will refresh and you will see a Success Message directly below. Once you see the Success Message, proceed to make payment online using any credit card.





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