Exploring 150 Years of Nebraska’s Birthplace – Summer Camp 2017

When:
July 14, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
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Where:
Sarpy County Museum
2402 Clay St
Bellevue, NE 68005
USA
Cost:
75.00
Contact:
Melissa Nelson
402-292-1880

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Come explore the history and heritage of the birthplace of Nebraska, Sarpy County. This five-day camp organized by certified local teachers is hands-on, educational and, most of all, fun! Help build an amazing 3-D map showing highlights of a pioneer family, Native American and Fort Crook personnel. Enjoy special guided tours of Sarpy County Historical Society buildings, make different daily projects, experience demonstrations and other hands-on activities. Participants will end the camp by putting together their own “mini-exhibit” display.

This camp is a Nebraska 150 official event!

Museum Members: $65 per explorer;  General Public: $75 per explorer, discount available for siblings. Summer camp is a half-day program, running from 9:00 am to 12 pm on July 10-14. Recommended for children entering 4th – 6th grade.

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